50 Best WordPress Plugins for Power Blogging

Looking for the most popular and best wordpress plugins used by professional bloggers? After problogging on WordPress for over 2 years, and after developing some wordpress plugins myself, I present you my top favorite 50 Best WordPress Plugins for Power Blogging.

Top WordPress Plugins and Widgets

The wordpress plugins are arranged broadly by category of usage. As far as I know, all these plugins are compatible with the latest WordPress 2.5 version. Please feel free to suggest great plugins in comments that I can add to this list.

Wordpress plugins
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Manage WordPress Comments

  • Subscribe To Comments – Allows readers to recieve notifications of new comments that are posted to an entry.
  • WP AJAX Edit Comments – Allows users and admins to edit comments on a post inline using AJAX.
  • Close Old Posts – Closes comments on old posts without any DB queries.
  • WP Grins – allows you to put clickable smilies on your post and comments forms.
  • Live Comment Preview – the simplest way to get live comment previews on your site.
  • Show Top Commentators – Encourage more discussion from your readers, by displaying their names and number of comments they have made recently to your sidebar.
  • MyAvatars – shows MyBlogLogs avatars in your comments
  • Comment Relish – Sends a thank you e-mail to your first time commentators.
  • Favatars – displays the favicon associated with the commenters website.
  • Dofollow – lets you remove the attribute from your comments.
  • OpenID Comments for WordPress – allows users to leave comments using their OpenID.
  • Extended Comment Options – allows you to switch comments and/or pings on or off for batches of existing posts.
  • Get Recent Comments – displays excerpts of the most recent comments and/or trackbacks that have been posted to the articles in your blog.

Stop WordPress Spam

  • Akismet – intelligently blocks spam comments. Checks your comments against the Akismet web service to see if they are spam or not.
  • Bad Behavior – is a set of PHP scripts which prevents spambots from accessing your site by analyzing their actual HTTP requests and comparing them to profiles from known spambots.
  • WP-Contact Form with Spam Protection – creates a contact form on your blog, through which your readers can contact you easily.
  • Defensio is a spam filtering web service to block comment spam.
  • Digital Fingerprint – useful for detecting content theft.

Expert WordPress SEO

  • Google XML Sitemaps Generator – creates a sitemap of all articles on your WordPress blog. Helps Google and other search engines index every article you write.
  • Permalink Redirect – replies a 301 permanent redirect, if requested URI is different from entry’s (or archives) permalink. It is used to ensure that there is only one URL associated with each blog entry.
  • All in One SEO Pack – Optimizes your WordPress blog for Search Engines (Search Engine Optimization).
  • Head META Description – Insert HTML META description tags using post excerpts.
  • Enforce www. Preference – will help preserve your permalinks by enforcing your no-www or yes-www preference and will strip off index.php from the ends of URIs.
  • Broken Link Checker – monitors and notifies you for broken links on your blog.
  • Quick META Keywords – will automatically add META Keywords tags to every single post based on categories under which the article is categorized.

Easy WordPress Navigation

  • Related Entries – Returns a list of the related entries based on active/passive keyword matches. Increase pageviews by providing targeted related content.
  • Yet Another Related Posts Plugin (YARPP) – gives you a list of posts and/or pages related to the current entry.
  • WP-PageNavi – Adds a more advanced page navigation to WordPress, which is very useful for navigation on index and category pages.
  • Evermore – Abbreviate all posts when viewed on multiple post pages. Helpful to create expandable posts summaries in WordPress. Combine with Less that changes the (more) link so it displays the entire post, not just the part after the “more”.
  • Random Redirect – Allows you to create a link to a random post on your blog. Lets readers browse in a StumbleUpon-like fashion.
  • WP-Cumulus – displays your tags and/or categories in 3D by placing them on a rotating sphere
  • Lightbox JS Plugin – used to overlay images on the current page into neat Javascript-powered overlay popups.
  • Homepage Excerpts – Gives flexibility to use both full posts and excerpts on the homepage.
  • WordPress Mobile Edition – shows an interface designed for a mobile device when visitors come to your site on a mobile device.
  • Popularity Contest – keeps a count of your post, category and archive views, comments, trackbacks, etc. and uses them to determine which of your posts are most popular.
  • Extended Live Archive – implements a dynamic, AJAXified way of digging into the archives of a blog.
  • Clean Archives – designed to display your archive listings in a clean and uniform fashion. It lists the Month / Year, the day of the month the article was published, the title of the article, and the number of comments that have been made on each article.
  • Custom Query String – set the number of posts (custom queries) for every single page on your website like categories, archives, or search results pages.
  • KB Advanced RSS Widget – a wordpress widget that gives you complete control over how RSS feeds are parsed for your sidebar.
  • Permalinks Migration Plugin – safely change your permalink structure without breaking the old links to your website or affecting your search engine rankings.

Interactive WordPress Posts

  • Share This – lets your visitors to add your post to various social bookmarking sites, or send a link via e-mail to a friend.
  • Sociable – automatically add links to your favorite social bookmarking sites on your posts, pages and in your RSS feed.
  • WP-Email – Allows people to recommend/send your WordPress blog’s post/page to a friend.
  • WP-PostRatings – Adds an AJAX rating system for your WordPress blog’s post/page.
  • Viper’s Video QuickTags – easy posting of videos from various websites such as YouTube, DailyMotion, Vimeo etc.

WordPress Twiter Plugins

  • TweetSuite – integrates Twitter with your blog with server-side TweetBacks, ReTweet-This buttons, digg-like Tweet-This Button, automatic tweeting of new posts etc.
  • WP Twitip ID – Lets users add their twitter username to the comment form
  • Check out more top Twitter plugins

WordPress Database tools

  • WordPress Database Backup – On-demand backup of your WordPress database. Back up your blog today.
  • WP-Supercache – A modification of WP-Cache that produces static html files.
  • DB-cache – another caching plugin which claims your site will work much faster and will use less disk space for cached files.
  • WP-DBManager – Lets you to optimize database, repair database, backup database, restore database, delete backup database , drop/empty tables and run selected queries.

WordPress Admin Management Tools

  • PodPress – adds lots of features designed to make WordPress the ideal platform for hosting a podcast.
  • TinyMCE Advanced – adds 16 plugins to TinyMCE, the WordPress wysiwyg editor. Adds over 40 new buttons to the toolbar, which is now two rows plus one hidden row.
  • Exec-PHP – allows php tags inside the content or excerpt of your posts and pages to be executed just as in usual PHP files.
  • Photo Dropper – lets you add free photos (Flickr / Creative Commons) to your blog posts without leaving WordPress.
  • WordPress.com Stats – Tracks views, post/page views, referrers, and clicks. Requires a WordPress.com API key.
  • Admin Drop Down Menu – eliminates the need for this double clicking on the Admin screens by allowing you to see the second level menu just by placing your mouse over a main menu.
  • Maintenance Mode Plugin – Adds a splash page to your blog that lets visitors know your blog is down for maintenance. Logged in administrators get full access to the blog including the front-end.
  • Theme Test Drive – allows you to safely test drive any theme on your blog as an administrator, while visitors continue to see the default one.

WordPress Advertising

  • Ad Rotator – Rotates Ads randomly from a specified text file.
  • AdSense-Deluxe – is a WordPress plugin offering advanced options for managing the automatic insertion of Google AdSense or Yahoo Publisher Network (YPN) ads to your WordPress posts. More Google Adsense WP plugins.
  • Buy Me a Beer – allows your readers to donate money to you via PayPal on pretext of buying a beer.
  • WordPress BankRoll – offers to help you cut out the middleman by allowing advertisers to buy reviews directly on your blog.

WordPress Blog Translation

  • Global Translator – Translate your blog into multiple languages in a search engine friendly way.
  • Translator Plugin Pro – provides automatic machine translation of your blog in 13+1 languages. Costs $30.

Enhance WordPress RSS Feeds

  • FD Feedburner – Redirects the main feed and optionally the comments feed to Feedburner.com
  • Simple Feed Copyright – adds a simple copyright notice to full text wordpress feeds.

Random WordPress Stuff

  • Democracy – adds AJAX polling functionality to your WordPress blog.
  • flickrRSS – allows you to easily display Flickr photos on your weblog.

I know there are many great wordpress plugins out there I might have missed, please suggest them in comments.


  1. thomas says:

    Custom Query String – set the number of posts (custom queries) for every single page on your website like categories, archives, or search results pages.

  2. Ben says:

    I second the suggestion of Custom Query String. Great list though. Very helpful.

  3. Techblissonline.com says:

    Headspace is also a good SEO plugin…

  4. u-psa says:

    Respect, thanks and tausend Dank!

    This plug-ins are really very helpful for high-quality content management!

    Im writing the same article about Joomla CMS extentions, which are helpful for easy and semiautomated Joomla Blogging. There are not many plattforms, which give so much extentions and freedom on publishing methods as WordPress and Joomla CMS.

  5. Sangesh says:

    WordPress rocks, but wordpress with power pluggins will add more ammo to your ammunitions.

    You will be twice as much stronger.


  6. David says:


    Trackback Validator – *extremely* valuable – highly underutilized

    WordPress PDA – makes simple mobile phone site

    attribtuion link welcomed :)

  7. Davinder says:

    Timeless post, it is going to my bookmarks… keep rocking!

  8. Abdul Rahman says:

    Thanks a lot for this list. I never knew the existence of Google Analytics and Feedburner Reports plugin…

    Hope you will make more list like this one in future.

    – Abdul Rahman

  9. flyingtiger says:

    I believe the best plugin for inserting adsense into posts is the “All in One Adsense and YPN” plugin:


  10. Terinea Weblog says:

    A fantastic list which is well worth bookmarking!
    My Favs are:-
    – All in one SE
    – Google XML sitemap


  11. Brown Baron says:

    Awesome list. I’ll be looking over a few of these. Thanks :)

  12. Style Snatch says:

    I’m interesting in a plugin to serve geo located ads. Any idea ?

  13. Tom Colvin says:

    I love plugins! I would also recommend StatsPress and WP-Polls, once traffic is beginning to build up. Both can be used to gain insight into your readers. Thanks for your list, which includes a number that are new to me. Especially like your brief description for each one — very helpful.

  14. NetzNews says:

    Very finest Plugin Index.
    If is so much importent.
    goood Luck NN

  15. hebrink says:

    waw… there are so many useful plugins, thanks for the info.

  16. Dustin Brewer says:

    Great list of add-ons, I just recently migrated by custom blog to WordPress so I’m in the business of finding random plugins right now. I’m trying not to get too carried away with features.

    I have seen some sites that have entirely too many options that make everything a little confusing when all you want to do is read the post.

  17. Lana says:

    Great list, a lot to learn.
    Somebody, please, explain why can’t I see at the WP Admin Page for Plugins the plugin I’ve uploaded to FTP? I can’t see it, I can’t activate it. Do I have to chmod anywhere?

  18. Veron says:

    This is an awesome list. Most of the plugins that I’m using are on this list. There are many more I could use, especially the RSS-related ones.

    Great job :)

  19. Lynne says:

    Thanks for this great list! I just finished installing the math comment spam plugin and am looking at a couple others to add as well. I’ve linked to this post on my site, this is valuable information!

  20. Dru says:

    You’ve saved me a ton of time by compiling and sharing this list. A couple of these plugins are going really helpful additions. Thank you!

    The first plugin I now install on a new blog is “PlugInstaller”. Gets me out of ftp mode.

  21. Nadim says:

    great post to let every one know on one place what to choose rather than search for each one

  22. Cruiser says:

    You missed forum plugins… Best one is over at:

    Simple Forum.

    • Vincent Lauria says:

      And now there’s a new forum plugin to the market:


  23. SearchSAHomes says:

    Great post with a great list of WordPress Plugins. I’m starting a new blog and now I have a great list of plugins to use. Thanks

  24. annwag says:

    What a great list! I’ve just started my blog, and this is just what I needed to find today. Thanks!

  25. Anna Hackman says:

    I would also add WordPress automatic upgrade. It is a life saver on updating wordpress. I never used the upgrade plug-in that you mentioned.

    I also like better comments manager too because I hate going back and responding to commenters in a particular post. With this plug-in you can enter right there in the comment section of wordpress.

    One thing I have found,the more plug-ins the slower the site. Has anyone else found this too? Plus I need a popular article sidebar plug-in for Wp 2.3.2. I just want my most popular read article to show up on a side bar. Simple.

    Any suggestions. I tried Alex King’s popularity plug-in. I want something that just shows up on the sidebar. Anna www.green-talk.com

  26. htwo says:

    I just recently converted my site to WordPress and this will really help me save time searching for all the great plugins. Thanks!

  27. mitcho says:

    I would recommend my plugin, Yet Another Related Posts Plugin as an alternative to the Related Entries plugin. My new plugin does not require any SQL query or any tampering with theme files, and limits the number of related entries produced by a “relatedness” threshold rather than an arbitrary number of posts. Let me know if you have any questions!


  28. JTPratt's Blogging Mistakes says:

    I’ve viewed dozens of these lists and usually don’t find anything new at all. You not only had some wordpress plugins I’d never heard of that do things I don’t currently have any solution for – but the way you categorized them and described them made it much easier to decide which ones I needed to download.

    thanks – a great resource!

  29. Chris Thomson says:

    Thanks for this great list. Also, some of these plugins won’t be needed with WordPress 2.5+ including “Full Text Feed”.

    Just found this through one of the del.icio.us RSS feeds, and I’ve subscribed!

  30. estetik says:

    I need a jukebox plugins for the WP 2.3.1 Anybody have or who can wirte it for me?

  31. Squeaky says:

    Wow, this is even better than the previous post about plugins I found on your blog. I am pretty excited about checking some of these plugins out and getting them setup on my blog.

    I am new to blogging and have 13 readers on my blog now. Man, I am impressed with the amount of readers you have…

  32. Hope says:

    would be nice if the send email plugin could open in a pop up window and look like the one on the guardian newspaper!!

  33. Divva1 says:

    You could add to your list the new Divva plugin for WordPress: DivvaFlip

    DivvaFlip 1.0 : make your photos galleries more glamorous with a flipping engine on your WordPress blog.
    A very cool website with quality photos. it’s fun , easy and it’s free : so enjoy !

  34. Masalaboard says:

    WordPress rocks, but wordpress with power pluggins will add more ammo to your ammunitions.

    You will be twice as much stronger.


  35. Hari says:

    Good work in this post , I’m really inspired by your post and blog. Well and im a lot from here.

  36. Jason King says:

    Some good suggestions here. I just used Google XML Sitemaps Generator and it did a great job. I also like the idea of the Theme Test Drive.

    Another couple of plugins for your list, to improve WordPress’s rubbish search facility:

    Search Everything – search pages, not just posts.

    Search Reloaded – lists search results by relevance.

  37. Vikram says:

    One of the best plugins index.Better than the WordPress plugins site itself.Thank You

  38. Vic says:

    Hi there,
    Know anyone which plugin to use if I want only a part of the article to be displayed? If someone want to read more there will be a “read more” link…
    On my blog right now is displayed all of article content and I don’t want this…
    I’m talking about the latest 10 articles displayed on the first page of my blog.
    I’m using WordPress.
    Can anyone help?

  39. Sarpras Navas says:

    Good collection of plugin. I download 15 plugins of the list.

  40. Mr. Javo says:

    Great plugins!! I specially like the Permalinks Migration Plugin. I was planning how to change my permalink structure but this plugin will help me a lot, thanks for sharing!

  41. Nik says:

    Great list.

    I’d like to add retaggr. The wordpress plugin adds context to your blog posts and comments by providing an easy way to understand your community. It does this by providing you with a retaggr card – which is an interesting way of showing who you are, guaging credibility etc. Proper explanation and details at retaggr.com.

  42. Faraz says:

    hi very nice collection need plugin for for masking posts. The content which is hidden can only be seen by registered user.Please help me out thaks

  43. Alex says:


    A comprehensive and detailed plugin collection. Some of them I will into the limelight and most of them are known to me or I use these plug-ins already.

    Ad Rotator look I need. Thanks for the tips.

    Alex greetings …

  44. Cher says:

    Good Tutorial! But is there any plugin to add the tags for the blog post?

  45. blogsarticle says:

    The URL for Bad Behavior is wrong.

  46. james says:

    wow… nice wordpress resource..
    i particularly liked the Admin Management Plugins.
    thanks for posting.

  47. Aloevera says:

    This is amazing, I was looking for a list of best plugin for wordpress and here it is.

    Thanks for sharing the resource :)

  48. john braman says:

    i came here just for a couple of plugins, and instead i picked up some good usage for other plugins that im going to start using on all my blogs. ive only recently just started blogging and still learning as i go.

    thanks for helpful post..:)
    John Braman

  49. Michael says:

    This is an awesome post. Thanks for writing it. I just recently added a whole bunch of these plugins to my wordpress blog.

  50. Rahul says:

    Great list of powerful plugins which i hadn’t noticed earlier. I’ve download few of them and bookmarked this page.

    Thanks for sharing this. Cheers.

  51. PopuTech says:

    Do these plugins still work in WordPress 2.6.2?

  52. SaranR says:

    Cool Post,

    very helpful post for me,


  53. Watch Anime Online says:

    Thanks a lot. It would be better if u reviewed in detail

  54. slavezero says:

    nice post. :) very helpful. I downloaded some of the plugins you mention and used it on my blog. thanks for sharing.

  55. AndyJ says:

    Great list. I’ve used many of these. Anyone have a good sitemap plugin, not for google purposes but to have a nice index or table of contents?

  56. Chuckypita says:

    Whew! 50 plug-ins! That’s just so many. When is it going to come to the point when somebody says, “Hey, here’s the world’s simplest template with all the automatic plugins you need and it will help you retain an audience?”

  57. Holden Parts says:

    You can never have enough plugins. Thanks for adding to my ever plugin-heavy WordPress installs…

  58. David James says:

    Thank you for the excellent article. There’s quite a few plugins that I’ve never heard of that sound really interesting. I do have to say that the wordpress backup is a god send. Plus there’s also a wordpress upgrade plugin too that updates your wordpress software automatically.

  59. James Rosenstein says:

    I am a big fan of the WebPurify Profanity Filter plugin for wordress. https://www.webpurify.com/cms-integrations/wordpress/

  60. Ken Nickless says:

    Just found this through a thread on the Warrior Forum. My compliments on providing such a comprehensive list of WordPress plugins and also thanks to the commenters who added their own favorites.

  61. Jeremy Day says:

    Great list! Found another new plugin Im gonna use right away.


  62. hebrink says:

    you should try WP-SEO-Snipper plugin. It’s an awesome SEO plugin.

  63. James says:

    Thanks for a great article ! I’ve got a favored list of plugins I use for most of my sites, but this has opened my eyes to other options.

  64. Andy says:

    great list… Thanks for taking the time to compile, its going to be very helpful

  65. Amit says:

    One of the BEST WordPress related articles for all level of WordPress Blog Users.

    Thanks for sharing this great article.

  66. Rolan Stein says:

    Many thanks for this expansive and extremely well organised list of quality WP plugins.

    One query – anyone know of a plugin that lets you invite email subscriptions to your blog at the end of every post (ie: it appears automatically at the end of each post)?


  67. Seth says:

    Thanks a lot for all this info I love some of these!



  68. Lori says:

    Thanks so much for compiling this list.

  69. Berrie Pelser says:

    Nice list but I miss the security plugins?

  70. Angelo Mandato says:

    I see that you have Podpress in your list, which hasn’t been updated in over a year. I’ve developed an alternative called Blubrry Powerpress podcasting plugin that supports the latest version of WordPress 2.7+. You can check it out here: http://www.blubrry.com/powerpress/. You can also install it directly from WordPress, simply search for “powerpress” in the plugin search box in your WordPress plugins install page.

  71. Alex says:

    Thank you for this list. It not only gives me some plugins I was not aware of but organises them also.

    Very valuable.


  72. mostafa1990 says:

    thanks for all plugins

  73. Dean says:

    This is a great resource – Bookmarked!

    Thanks so much, cheers

  74. Kepto says:

    Great list!
    Nice to know the various solutions to the spam problem. however, I don’t see SpamTask listed, which I use myself. got it yesterday, and think it works better than my akismet did. I had about 1 spam message averagely a day passing through Akismet, and it sometimes caught a friend of mine. SpamTask has so far worked without mistakes. catches all spambots.
    I think it’s worth adding to the list.

  75. Chrysta says:

    This is a really great post! I could really use a good login plugin. The one I’m using takes each new subscriber directly to my admin page when they login, I want them to go directly to my site’s home page…how do I do that?

  76. gundeep says:

    i require plugins for making photo-blog site and other users can upload images

    kinldy suggest

  77. harry says:

    Neat list.

    Thanks for sharing.

  78. Ready, Set, Blog says:

    Hey, Thank you so much for your awesome post. This really help us wordpress noobs finding quality plugins for our sites. Best wishes!

  79. Check my Pagerank says:

    Very well written post however, I would recommend that you turn the No Follow off in your comment section.

    Keep up the good work.

  80. Mikko says:

    How about improving the WordPress search? My plugin Relevanssi makes the search work much better.

  81. Rich Gubby says:


    Are you using the wordpress mobile edition on your blog? I’ve just tried browsing with a couple of phones and got the web version instead of mobile!

    I’ve created a mobile plugin for wordpress that makes sure every device in the world works as well as retaining SEO, keeps the same URLS from web to mobile and makes sure your mobile site looks as good as the web theme.

    Version 1.3 has just been released – here are a few of the features available:
    – dynamic resizing of images
    – commenting on mobile
    – customize each and every element!

    The homepage can be found here: https://wordpress.org/plugins/wapple-architect/ – it’d be great to hear your feedback on it if you want to give it a go.

  82. seks izle says:

    Thanks for the essay.

    Can I put this essay to my general content site?

    Thank you so much again.

  83. MARCo says:

    Hi dude, I have a WordPress comment plugin or standalone Web application to record, save and listen audio comments/messages.
    Voice-it allows you to record voice messages and send it to you or your friends by mail as mp3 attachments.
    You can use it in your website, on facebook or download the widget for other platform.
    Try it and send us your message, or send a voice messages to your friend! Isn’t easy?
    I hope you enjoy it.


  84. Ezuca says:

    What a great list!!! Thanks a lot. Very useful!

  85. Biju Subhash says:

    Thank you for the great article….

  86. Sci-Fi Si says:

    Thanks for this list, but now we’re at the end of 2009 and no comments have been posted for nearly two years, do you have any plans on updating your list?

    All the best


  87. Bhut Jolokia Alex says:

    Great list, really well put together, thanks!

  88. Chris Jones says:

    Some great plugins there. I’ve just installed some of them onto my new blog. Looks like the Enforce www. Preference plugin is now a core part of wordpress.

  89. Melee Antoinette says:

    Headspace recommended.

  90. 2base tl says:

    I found your blog on google and read a few of your other posts. I just added you to my Google News Reader. Keep up the good work Look forward to reading more from you in the future.

  91. Latief@AnotherBlogger says:

    Thanks for the article, I just built a blog with WordPress so your article is really help :)

  92. Skeezicks says:

    I would like to have a WordPress Plugin I can use to create a WordPress blog page on my existing WP site in a format just like this page, but I’m literally overwhelmed by the number of plugins available. Maybe somebody could point me in the right direction??

  93. brynh says:

    Very nice list! I was looking for something similar.. It helped me very well!


  94. Jay says:

    Great read, to me the best wp plugin is the share it plugin because it allows users to share your content.

  95. Jenna says:

    Would like to recommend a tool I use for creating web menus for my WP site:

    AllWebMenus WordPress Menu Addin:

    You might want to give it a try.

  96. Mark says:

    Great resource! But I agree with Sci-fi Si, how about an updated posting with a more current listing. You did a great job with this one, I am sure the next would be just as poplular!

  97. Broadway SEO says:

    Best plugins…nice…we are looking to switch to wp for our site.

  98. yard128 says:

    wow,the plugins is very good, thanks for you share

  99. parmjeet says:

    You have saved my time.Thanks for the list.

  100. waseem says:

    Very good article. Good plugins in one place

  101. Marketing Blog says:

    Great list, it helped me out tremendously. Thanks for putting it together.

  102. Pooqo says:

    The most SMS and Newsletter using Plugins i cannot suggest. On my blogs the most software dont work. There are some bugs but i cannot find them. But it doesnt matter because there are enough other usefull plugins … thousend of them. WordPress is a great thing.

  103. Hitesh says:

    A new plugin I can’t w8 for it to be done
    thanks for making a new plugin
    the old plugin does not seem to be working all the way.
    the woopra chat thing does nto seem to work on my WP
    so I hope it works in the new plugin

  104. storesoutlet says:

    I love plugins! I would also recommend StatsPress and WP-Polls, once traffic is beginning to build up.

  105. kevin says:

    Hi is there a plugin that,brings you the ability to create a wordpress , and auto post posts by pulling content from Amazon, Youtube and article directories,ect,ect

  106. longcode says:

    you can also use disq.us for comment posting

  107. techntuts says:

    Nice list of plugins… gotta try some of them which i feel useful :)

  108. Submarine says:

    Hi !

    may be you forgot this little bad boy :)


    It’s a no-brainer version ! :)

  109. Slush Machine For Sale says:

    Hi is there a plugin that,brings you the ability to create a wordpress , and auto post posts by pulling content from Amazon, Youtube and article directories,ect,ect

  110. Ashton says:

    Thanx a lot for that great list of pluggins!! This would be of great help!!

  111. Puneet says:

    Thanks a lot for the exhaustive list. I am particularly impressed by the Security plugins. My wp blogs hacked couple of times and I lost all my work but these will help me to take regular back ups and be safe!!

  112. Adam James says:

    Very impressive collection, quite a few I haven’t seen before, even after so many years blogging and searching for plugins, cheers.

  113. Dadony says:

    Excellent round up of wordpress plugins. I’ve just been through the lot and will recommend these to my list. Thanks

  114. Man And Van Guildford says:

    I am looking for a plugin that will serve the purpose of indexing my post instantly to GOOGLE. in google webmaster tool you have option to FETCH AS CRAWLER and once it is done it fetcht he page and gives an option to get it indexed almost within few hours. But there is limitation of 10 Fetches. Is there any plugin similar to this?

    Any help will be appriciated.


  115. Dhruv says:

    It’s nice list of wordpress plugins but you didn’t suggest any for recent posts. However, I’d like to add one more, YD Recent Posts Plugin. As the name suggest, it shows a list of recent posts.

  116. Richard says:

    Great article. It’s nice to have a list of great wordpress plugins in one spot

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