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  1. Inna
    Inna October 5, 2018 at 07:38 | | Reply

    super cool ! by the way garage door repair houston is giving free estimates

  2. Mark Skoultchi
    Mark Skoultchi October 5, 2018 at 09:13 | | Reply

    Thanks Will.

    Curious to know if you evaluated Imagify for image compression and how you compare it to ShortPixel. I use Imagify and think it’s great, but maybe Pixel’s a better option??

    Thanks again!

    1. Alex
      Alex October 6, 2018 at 07:07 | | Reply

      Mark, you can easily run a few tests yourself here

  3. Svein Wisnaes
    Svein Wisnaes October 5, 2018 at 20:14 | | Reply

    One plugin that always gets left out when talking about backup is AkeebaBackup. If you are familiar with Joomla, Akeeba Backup is the de-facto standard on Joomla. You just don’t make a website without it.

    I would like to see some of the people writing about WordPress do a test of AkeebaBackup so that more people got to know about it.

    Even the free version lets you do a full backup of your site and it automagically gets packaged in such a way that you only need to upload it to a new server, add a little php-script and run it as a new installer. Genious. And it takes care of rewriting necessary links etc. during the new install.

    1. David Anderson
      David Anderson October 15, 2018 at 01:30 | | Reply

      It’s dead. It was removed from wordpress.org a few years ago. The last release downloadable from their website is marked as tested up to WP 4.5.

  4. Praveen Verma
    Praveen Verma October 6, 2018 at 03:37 | | Reply

    Very useful post. There are lots of WordPress plugins available, but we need to choose the right plugins which can fulfill our needs. Here, you have listed best WordPress plugins and that’s great. WordPress plugins make our blogging easier, but choosing a right WordPress plugin is always a difficult task.

    You have done a great job by providing this list of top 12 WordPress plugins and this is really going to help the beginners as well as professionals. You have well explained the features of these WordPress plugins.

    Thanks for sharing this post with us.

    Have a good day.
    Praveen Verma

  5. Lisa Ann
    Lisa Ann October 13, 2018 at 00:04 | | Reply

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  6. Frits Mulder
    Frits Mulder October 15, 2018 at 10:44 | | Reply

    Always Yoast SEO in these kind of “recommended” plug-ins. I really don’t understand why. Over the past years Yoast SEO has become bloated, not intuitive, extremely intrusive, counter-productive, etc.

    I have the feeling Yoast is always included by these “expert” websites, because it happens to have the most downloads. Never mind exploring much, much better alternatives like The SEO Framework.

    Any blog telling me to install Yoast SEO gets an immediate rating from me. Not in stars, but in: “Not worth following”.

  7. Frits Mulder
    Frits Mulder October 15, 2018 at 10:52 | | Reply

    And don’t get me started on WordFence, the extremely resource intense plug-in that “everyone” needs. Yeah, the lazy blogs that don’t care to explore much better alternatives recommend it. Just because it is so ‘popular’ (read: most downloaded)?

    And JetPack? You must be kidding, right?

    WPMayor shows here to be the mayor of a small village of 11 inhabitants, not having a clue…


  8. Mark Henry
    Mark Henry October 17, 2018 at 01:28 | | Reply

    Cool collection! I have found your post really useful. I am using Blog Designer Pro – WordPress plugin to make my blog look astonishing and beautiful.

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