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5 WordPress plugins that will drive traffic to your blog

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«It’s good to have a blog, but hav­ing people vis­it­ing it is even bet­ter! While there’s no mir­acle recipe to drive traffic to your blog, there’s def­in­itely some tools that can help. This art­icle show­cases my top 5 Word­Press plu­gins that are guar­an­teed to drive extra traffic to your blog.»

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10 Lesser Known WordPress Plugins You Should Know About

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«If you are a Word­Press user then you’ll surely appre­ci­ate the avail­ab­il­ity of hun­dreds of amaz­ing Word­Press plu­gins, as one of the biggest perks of using this CMS.»

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The Ultimate Guide to 404 Pages for WordPress

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«Bad 404 pages are like tram­po­lines for your Word­Press site: Vis­it­ors who land on them are going to bounce. How you deal with 404s will determ­ine wheth­er vis­it­ors stick around or check out the com­pet­i­tion when they end up on a page that Word­Press can’t find.»

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6 plugins to keep your WordPress site on-trend

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«There’s no need to talk up Word­Press since every­one is aware of its vast poten­tial. Instead, we’re going to talk about some of the plu­gins. Some of them are vital, like a plu­gin for improv­ing SEO or cach­ing the site; oth­ers are option­al, like a plu­gin for reCaptcha integ­ra­tion.»

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16 Plugins to Make Your Comments Section Awesome

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«One of the beau­ti­ful things about the Inter­net is how it enables users from all across the world to engage and enter a dia­logue on your site. To get people talk­ing, though, you need a space where users can inter­act.»

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13 Most Recommended and Useful WooCommerce Extensions

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«Start­ing your e-store is cer­tainly an excit­ing exper­i­ence. Wheth­er you are plan­ning to sell hun­dreds of unique items or a single sub­scrip­tion ser­vice, a lot of hard work goes into estab­lish­ing and launch­ing a store.»

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Top 7 WordPress Plugins That Make Blogging Easy

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«Blog­ging is all about mak­ing choices. First and fore­most you have to choose the top­ic you want to write about. Next you should identi­fy and choose your niche audi­ence and your tar­geted read­ers. You’ll also have to choose a blog­ging plat­form to be able to post.»

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New Plugin Uses BuddyPress Email API to Send bbPress Forum Emails

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«BuddyPress 2.5, released in March, intro­duced cus­tom­iz­able emails via a new BP Email API. This new fea­ture allows com­munity man­agers to eas­ily edit BuddyPress-gen­er­ated emails in the admin and make design changes in the cus­tom­izer.»

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10 LinkedIn WordPress Plugins to Win New Customers

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«Want to bring more users from Linked­In to your Word­Press site? Linked­In is a pop­u­lar social net­work­ing plat­form for pro­fes­sion­als, which means it has a dif­fer­ent and often very focused user base.»

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The Best 10 Multipurpose WordPress Themes

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«A Mul­tipur­pose Word­Press theme is always a good choice for whatever type or style of web­site you build. Mul­tipur­pose themes really serve you well when you have to sat­is­fy a dif­fi­cult cli­ent. A top 10 mul­tipur­pose theme may in fact be your only reas­on­able choice.»

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