5 Of The Best WordPress Plugins

The best wordpress plugins. There’s so many good ones, but which ones are the best. The 5 that I’m about to list not only improve your site in General, but they also help you raise your sites Views, daily, and long-term.

5 Of The The Best WordPress Plugins

1. YoastSEO

Yoast: The Essential SEO plugin. When I sat that this is one of the best wordpress plugins, it’s not just me. Every single Article on the best wordpress plugins include this Plugin because it really is the best.

This is the plugin that’s gonna help you rand on the front pages, and make that $2 million a month blogging you want to badly.

How Easy Is It To Use?

Very easy. You just scroll down to the bottom of the post draft, and it gives you a Score (Red, Orange, Green) for SEO, and a score for how readable the post is. Plus it gives you a bunch of SEO ttips that will help your site rank on Google’s Front Page. To set the whole thing up you’ll probably need about 1-3 hhours, depending on how tech savvy you are.

How Essential Is It?

So Essential that even WordPress themselves ask that you use it. If your a nw blogger it’s your best friend, because it’ll help you A) Improve SEO, and B) Rank.

How Useful Is It?

The most valuable traffic is traffic you get from Keywords, and this plugin helps you get keywords. It’s a great plugin to gain traffic. It’s very useful. About a 7/10

2. Mail Chimp

Most small bloggers just use an ordinary Subscriber form. Mail Chimp is a more precise Subscriber option.

Essentially Mail Chimp allows for Pop-Up Subscriber Forms on your site, wwhich may get you more email subs. It also let’s you track how many people Opened, and Clicked a link in the email you sent. Not only that but it let’s you track the number of people who made a purchase after opening an email you sent out.

You can setup Mail Chimp to send a Daily, Weekly, Monthly email filled with all your posts from the previous time frame. (Daily: All Posts from That Day, Weekly: All Posts From That Week, and so on) Or just an random time frame really. Every 3, 4, or 5 days if you want.

How Easy Is It To Use?

Eh. Its not real hard, but ita not too simple. The whole thing will probably tae you 1-2 hours. Personally when I setup my Pop-Up Form (That I don’t use anymore, as of now) I experienced a ton of glitches. But it has been very helpful in other ways.

How Essential Is It?

It depends. Are you an Analytical person who wants to see how many people open up your newsletter, and click it? If so then yeah it’s pretty useful. I you really don’t care then it doesn’t matter.

How Useful Is It?

Useful if you want to get stats on your mail. Percentages, and what-not. It’s about 50/50.

3. Ultimate Membe


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Ultimate Member is a simple, easy-to-use plugin that allows people to create an Account on your site. There’s not much else to say about it.

How Easy Is It To Use?

As easy as Copy, Paste, Publish. You copy a code, you paste it into a page, and then you Publish said page. And voula! You’ve got a way for people to create a membership on your site! You my want to add the forms to your Menu however. Doing all this takes about 30 Minutes.

How Essential Is It?

Not really. I mean it’s a nice touch to your site, and it makes you seem a little mmore professional. It’s not Essential.

How Useful Is It?

Well it can help you gain some more Emails that you can add to your Email Subscriber list. It can also help make your more avid readers feel better, and mmore comfortable on your site. People would feel more comfortable, and more likely to return if they’re a member. About a 6/10

4. WP AutoTerms

This plugin automatically generates Disclaimers, Terms & Conditions, and othr legal pages that may save you thousands by preventing lawsuits, and otr legal issues.

Plus is free. Many other services will write you a disclaimer but charge anywhere from $20-$500(!) For it.

How Easy Is It To Use?

Really easy. It probably would take you 20-minutes to get the whole thing up-and-going. You enter some Info, the Form is made, the pages are made, and all else you have to do is add them to you sites Footer Menu.

How Essential Is It?

I’d say 10/10. Even a site with only 10 daily visitors has a chance at getting sued for something. A Disclaimer can prevent many Lawsuits, and so can a Terms & Conditions form.

How Useful Is It?

Well useful enough to save you a possible thousands in lawsuits, and possible hundreds in having the forms mde by a law firm.

5. WooCommerce

If you want to sell online this is the go-to plugin. It’s used by millions, its safe, easy, secure, and gives you the opportunity to make a living online. This one is truly one of the best wordpress plugins Because your more likely to make a livin with E-Commerce, rather than Ads.

How Easy Is It To Use?

It can get a little complicated. But WooCommerce helps you build an online store. It’s not gonna be real easy. And its probably gonna take you 2-3 days. But it is more safe, and simple than any other e-commerce plugin.

How Essential Is It?

If you don’t want to sell things on your site then 0/10. I’d you do want to sell thins on your site 10/10. There’s no spectrum here. It’s either No Option, or your Best Option.

How Useful Is It?

Its useful if you want to, say, make a living (or bigger living) blogging online. Rreally if you want to make any money blogging online its useful. But don’t forget that just because you can it doesn’t mean you should start an Online Business. And if you do then do a test run first, and don’t immediately pour all of your money into one.

 

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