My top 17 Wordpress plugins

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Hi Folks,

Wordpress rocks. I use it for Blogs and as a CMS (Content Management System). Here's a list of the plugins I install on every blog I create:

WordPress › AddToAny: Share/Bookmark/Email Button WordPress Plugins

WordPress › All in One SEO Pack WordPress Plugins

WordPress › Google XML Sitemaps WordPress Plugins

WordPress › NextGEN Gallery WordPress Plugins

WordPress › Onlywire Multi Autosubmitter WordPress Plugins

WordPress › Simple Facebook Connect WordPress Plugins

WordPress › Smart YouTube WordPress Plugins

WordPress › SubZane YouTube Plugin WordPress Plugins

WordPress › WP SlimStat WordPress Plugins

WordPress › WP-Sticky WordPress Plugins

WordPress › Quick Page/Post Redirect WordPress Plugins

WordPress › WP to Twitter WordPress Plugins

WordPress › SexyBookmarks WordPress Plugins

WordPress › TanTanNoodles Simple Spam Filter WordPress Plugins

WordPress › User Photo WordPress Plugins

WordPress › Square Thumbs for User Photo WordPress Plugins

WordPress › Audit Trail WordPress Plugins


What's your favourite Wordpress plugin?
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  • Profile picture of the author Sheryl Polomka
    WPSyndicator is a must have - absolutely brilliant plugin.

    I also use gocodes plugin, page links to plugin, sociable plugin
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  • Profile picture of the author Leigh Burke
    Nice one Sheryl,

    I'll have to check out WPSyndicatior. Do you do auto-blogging?

    Cheers,

    Leigh.
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  • Profile picture of the author Quentin
    You left out one of the most important plugins of all. Search Meter

    Search Meter: a WordPress plugin Semicolon

    This plugin allows you to see what people put in your search box allowing you to target your information.

    Quentin
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    • Profile picture of the author JonMills
      Originally Posted by Quentin View Post

      You left out one of the most important plugins of all. Search Meter

      Search Meter: a WordPress plugin Semicolon

      This plugin allows you to see what people put in your search box allowing you to target your information.

      Quentin
      yep i use that one.. its super valuable. That one plugin can increase your traffic by 3 times if you pay attention to it and take action on what your seeing
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  • Profile picture of the author Leigh Burke
    Wow - good one Quentin. I haven't come across that before. Does it log the search queries to a page in your admin panel? That's really cool.
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  • Profile picture of the author GameVoid
    My favorite one so far is Google XML Sitemaps. My main blog site now gets insta-indexed when I add new content and I am pretty sure it is because I have been submitting proper sitemaps to google for the past 3 months using this tool.

    Quick Adsense - Allows me to put any ads (not just adsense) just about anywhere in posts that I want, can rotate random ads, etc.
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  • Profile picture of the author Sheryl Polomka
    No I'm not an autoblogger, I think I'm too fussy to autoblog
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  • Profile picture of the author Leigh Burke
    @GameVoid: I agre Google xml sitemaps allows me to generate sitemaps and submi them to Google webmaster tools and get instantly indexed.
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  • Profile picture of the author JennSpencerIM
    I've only used Google XML and all in one... so thanks for the other recommendations... will need to check them out and probably add a bunch more! Just started working with wordpress.org so appreciate this, Leigh!
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  • Profile picture of the author deannatroupe
    Which ones do you guys recommend for security? Like to keep people from stealing passwords or to keep people from being able to add strange content.
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    • Profile picture of the author ChrisCree
      W3 Total Cache - I like this caching plugin to speed up page loads because it makes integrating with a CDN like Amazon's S3 + Cloud Front very easy.

      Originally Posted by deannatroupe View Post

      Which ones do you guys recommend for security? Like to keep people from stealing passwords or to keep people from being able to add strange content.
      If you keep your WordPress software, plugins and theme files up to date there is no reason why anyone should be able to get unauthorized access to your site. It's a good idea to change the default Administrator username to something other than "admin" to make your site less susceptible to brute force attacks.

      To do this, first back up your database (just in case something goes wrong). Then create another user account on your site and give that username full administration rights. Then when you delete your "admin" user account you can assign all posts & comments to the new account.

      A simple but useful plugin to prevent brute force attacks is called "User Locker" that lets you set a limit to how many times someone can try to login with the wrong password.

      Another thing you can do to make sure others can't post to your site is to disable site membership sign ups. Go to Settings --> General Settings and look for the "Membership" check box next to "Anyone can register". Deselect it.

      That will keep your site from getting tons of spammy user accounts added to it.

      Oh, and go into your "Users" list and delete any bogus user accounts that might be there too while you're at it.

      Generally speaking WordPress is a fairly secure platform. Pretty much all of the hacked sites that my company recovers for people ran into problems because they either didn't bother updating their WordPress version or they used passwords that were easily guessed. I can't think of a case in nearly 3 years that was caused by any other factor.
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      • Profile picture of the author keliix06
        Originally Posted by ChrisCree View Post

        Generally speaking WordPress is a fairly secure platform. Pretty much all of the hacked sites that my company recovers for people ran into problems because they either didn't bother updating their WordPress version or they used passwords that were easily guessed. I can't think of a case in nearly 3 years that was caused by any other factor.
        There were a couple issues in the last year with major hosts who didn't know server security and that allowed many updated sites to be hacked
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    • Profile picture of the author Brian Alaway
      Originally Posted by deannatroupe View Post

      Which ones do you guys recommend for security? Like to keep people from stealing passwords or to keep people from being able to add strange content.
      I use WordPress Table Prefix Rename to mitigate SQL injection attacks along with WP Security Scan.

      Brian
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    • Profile picture of the author V12
      Originally Posted by deannatroupe View Post

      Which ones do you guys recommend for security? Like to keep people from stealing passwords or to keep people from being able to add strange content.
      I use WP Firewall and Login Lockdown.
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  • Profile picture of the author jjpmarketing
    There is an All In One thread covering this topic.

    http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...fications.html
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  • Profile picture of the author Lakezilla
    Good stuff! Some others I like are:

    WP-DBManager
    Link Cloaking Plugin
    Page Mash
    SEO Smart Links

    One thing to keep in mind is not to go crazy with plugins because they will slow down your site.
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  • Profile picture of the author George Phillip
    Akismet– Enter your API key to activate this plugin. This plugin will help prevent comment spam.

    Adsense Manager – This is my favorite advertising plugin. This plugin will place your ads randomly throughout your posts. Simply add your publisher ID and change the ad colors.

    Advertising Manager – Here’s another great advertising plugin. With this plugin you can setup a wide selection of ads including random CPA offers. Once you’ve created an ad, view your widgets panel and drag the ad to your sidebar.

    Easy Privacy Policy – This Privacy Policy is great to protect your site, looks professional, and it includes information that Adsense requires.

    Global Translator – Your visitors can be from any country. I always include this plugin on my sidebar. You can translate your entire site into another language with this plugin.

    Google XML Sitemaps – This plugin will help with Google indexing. It’s a map of your site. This plugin is a must.

    Kontera ContentLink – Another great way to earn revenue is by turning random words throughout your articles into advertisements. This plugin does just that. Sign up with Kontera and enter your publisher ID in the Kontera settings.

    MaxBlogPress Ping Optimizer – This plugin is a great way to spread your site amongst the internet. The more backlinks you create the better your search engine rankings will be. Run a search and look for a list of popular websites to ping.

    WP OnlyWire Auto Poster – This program has made a huge difference with backlinks. You can use onlywire to send your posts to 30 different social networks. This has created many backlinks for me and has helped tremendously with backlinking.

    Platinum SEO Pack – This plugin is another must. This plugin will allow you to create META tags to help with search engine indexing. Be sure to select appropriate keywords and a keyword rich description.

    SEO Smart Links – This program will turn random words throughout your articles into links to other articles on your blog. You can also setup specific words to link to offers or other revenue generating services. For example, if you have an iPad blog, you may want to link the word “iPad” to an email submit for a free iPad.

    SEO Super Comments – This program will generate extra pages for each comment. Users will have another page with all of their comments. This will give you more pages for search engine indexing.

    Sociable – This plugin will allow you to choose from 100+ different social networks that users can click and post to their social network site.

    StatPress Reloaded – This plugin is a must! It’s filled with statistics to help you understand how your blog is performing.

    WP-PostRatings – This is a simple plugin that will allow users to rate your posts. It can help attract a users eye and give them more confidence in the article.

    WP Robot – This is one of your most important plugins
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    • Profile picture of the author marketguy
      Originally Posted by George Phillip View Post

      Akismet - Enter your API key to activate this plugin. This plugin will help prevent comment spam.
      Adsense Manager - This is my favorite advertising plugin. This plugin will place your ads randomly throughout your posts. Simply add your publisher ID and change the ad colors.
      Advertising Manager - Here's another great advertising plugin. With this plugin you can setup a wide selection of ads including random CPA offers. Once you've created an ad, view your widgets panel and drag the ad to your sidebar.
      Easy Privacy Policy - This Privacy Policy is great to protect your site, looks professional, and it includes information that Adsense requires.
      Global Translator - Your visitors can be from any country. I always include this plugin on my sidebar. You can translate your entire site into another language with this plugin.
      Google XML Sitemaps - This plugin will help with Google indexing. It's a map of your site. This plugin is a must.
      Kontera ContentLink - Another great way to earn revenue is by turning random words throughout your articles into advertisements. This plugin does just that. Sign up with Kontera and enter your publisher ID in the Kontera settings.
      MaxBlogPress Ping Optimizer - This plugin is a great way to spread your site amongst the internet. The more backlinks you create the better your search engine rankings will be. Run a search and look for a list of popular websites to ping.
      WP OnlyWire Auto Poster - This program has made a huge difference with backlinks. You can use onlywire to send your posts to 30 different social networks. This has created many backlinks for me and has helped tremendously with backlinking.
      Platinum SEO Pack - This plugin is another must. This plugin will allow you to create META tags to help with search engine indexing. Be sure to select appropriate keywords and a keyword rich description.
      SEO Smart Links - This program will turn random words throughout your articles into links to other articles on your blog. You can also setup specific words to link to offers or other revenue generating services. For example, if you have an iPad blog, you may want to link the word "iPad" to an email submit for a free iPad.
      SEO Super Comments - This program will generate extra pages for each comment. Users will have another page with all of their comments. This will give you more pages for search engine indexing.
      Sociable - This plugin will allow you to choose from 100+ different social networks that users can click and post to their social network site.
      StatPress Reloaded - This plugin is a must! It's filled with statistics to help you understand how your blog is performing.
      WP-PostRatings - This is a simple plugin that will allow users to rate your posts. It can help attract a users eye and give them more confidence in the article.
      WP Robot - This is one of your most important plugins
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      i know you do not care if i do, but trust me, there are many who will not read a wall of words.
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        Originally Posted by marketguy View Post

        if you could repost this, with paragraphs, i may read it,
        i know you do not care if i do, but trust me, there are many who will not read a wall of words.
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    • Profile picture of the author Linnick
      Originally Posted by George Phillip View Post

      Akismet– Enter your API key to activate this plugin. This plugin will help prevent comment spam.

      Adsense Manager – This is my favorite advertising plugin. This plugin will place your ads randomly throughout your posts. Simply add your publisher ID and change the ad colors.

      Advertising Manager – Here’s another great advertising plugin. With this plugin you can setup a wide selection of ads including random CPA offers. Once you’ve created an ad, view your widgets panel and drag the ad to your sidebar.

      Easy Privacy Policy – This Privacy Policy is great to protect your site, looks professional, and it includes information that Adsense requires.

      Global Translator – Your visitors can be from any country. I always include this plugin on my sidebar. You can translate your entire site into another language with this plugin.

      Google XML Sitemaps – This plugin will help with Google indexing. It’s a map of your site. This plugin is a must.

      Kontera ContentLink – Another great way to earn revenue is by turning random words throughout your articles into advertisements. This plugin does just that. Sign up with Kontera and enter your publisher ID in the Kontera settings.

      MaxBlogPress Ping Optimizer – This plugin is a great way to spread your site amongst the internet. The more backlinks you create the better your search engine rankings will be. Run a search and look for a list of popular websites to ping.

      WP OnlyWire Auto Poster – This program has made a huge difference with backlinks. You can use onlywire to send your posts to 30 different social networks. This has created many backlinks for me and has helped tremendously with backlinking.

      Platinum SEO Pack – This plugin is another must. This plugin will allow you to create META tags to help with search engine indexing. Be sure to select appropriate keywords and a keyword rich description.

      SEO Smart Links – This program will turn random words throughout your articles into links to other articles on your blog. You can also setup specific words to link to offers or other revenue generating services. For example, if you have an iPad blog, you may want to link the word “iPad” to an email submit for a free iPad.

      SEO Super Comments – This program will generate extra pages for each comment. Users will have another page with all of their comments. This will give you more pages for search engine indexing.

      Sociable – This plugin will allow you to choose from 100+ different social networks that users can click and post to their social network site.

      StatPress Reloaded – This plugin is a must! It’s filled with statistics to help you understand how your blog is performing.

      WP-PostRatings – This is a simple plugin that will allow users to rate your posts. It can help attract a users eye and give them more confidence in the article.

      WP Robot – This is one of your most important plugins
      George,

      I can't seem to get adsense manager to work...

      I have inputted all of proper information into the webforms inside the wordpress admin panel "ads" area but the ads do not populate on my blogs.

      I have installed it on three of my blogs, all different wordpress versions, and none of them show up?

      Any advice would be much appreciated.

      Thanks
      Nick
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    • Profile picture of the author great2bme
      Are you seeing any traffic/effect from the "Global Translator" plugin?
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    • Profile picture of the author vegasfitness
      I am still trying to find a YouTube widget for my sidebars to feature my channel vids. Can anyone recommend one that is not so problematic?
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  • Profile picture of the author AlexPost
    Those are some good plugins. I used to use the WP to Twitter on all my blogs until the oAuth change recently. It is still a good plugin. I also like the S3 backup plugin which will backup your blog's data to an Amazon S3 account on a weekly or biweekly basis.
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  • Profile picture of the author E. Brian Rose
    How did you come to the decision to make a Top 17 list? Did it start out as a Top 10 list and then there were just a few that you felt that you had to throw in there or are you starting a new trend? Should David Letterman make the change too?
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  • Profile picture of the author Leigh Burke
    Hi Brian,

    It was going to be top 10, then I realised I had 13 I really wanted to recommend, then there 4 additional ones I pretty much use in every blog too, so it ended up being 17.
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  • Profile picture of the author DogScout
    17 plug-ins!

    How long does your blog take to load?

    A lot of themes, (mainly premium ones) have the features in some of these plug-ins coded into them in a much more succinct manner, greatly reducing load time.

    With some SEs now considering load time in their algorithms, seems to me the fewer the better. I, myself cringe anytime I use more than 5. Lol. (but do use up to 7 or 8 sometimes. Especially if the topic is near a bad neighborhood. )

    Also, coding in a feature or two using the 'edit' screen can save using a whole plug-in that really only has one or two features you are/were wanting. (You can probably outsource that if coding PHP is uncomfortable to you, although with a few searches, almost any snippet of code can be found that you can use with little fear of 'breaking' the install.)
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  • Profile picture of the author Leigh Burke
    Hi DogScout,

    Not all the plugins load when your blog is loaded! In fact I haven't found any correlation between the number of plugins loaded for a Wordpress instace and the corresponding load time. I have ADSL though - it might be niticable to somebody on dial-up.

    Any plugin developers out there that can comment on whether plugins will slow down the initial loading the blog?

    Cheers,

    Leigh.
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    • Profile picture of the author DogScout
      Originally Posted by Leigh Burke View Post

      Hi DogScout,

      Not all the plugins load when your blog is loaded! In fact I haven't found any correlation between the number of plugins loaded for a Wordpress instace and the corresponding load time. I have ADSL though - it might be niticable to somebody on dial-up.

      Any plugin developers out there that can comment on whether plugins will slow down the initial loading the blog?

      Cheers,

      Leigh.
      I think I notice it. When I copy/paste the code the plug-in adds to the pages it adds it to in the editor, I see a faster load. Could be my head... still loads in 2-4 seconds or better, too fast for me to time.
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    • Profile picture of the author phpbbxpert
      Originally Posted by Leigh Burke View Post

      Hi DogScout,

      Not all the plugins load when your blog is loaded! In fact I haven't found any correlation between the number of plugins loaded for a Wordpress instace and the corresponding load time. I have ADSL though - it might be niticable to somebody on dial-up.

      Any plugin developers out there that can comment on whether plugins will slow down the initial loading the blog?

      Cheers,

      Leigh.
      It all depends what the plug-in does.
      I seen an ecommerce plug-in last year run over a 128 queries with only a couple products and categories. I assume they had some queries and joins inside a loop, which is a nono.


      On another note, the front end is an issue on a lot of plug-ins loading JavaScripts and multiple CSS files.

      Say you have 4 different types of social plug-ins and each has 1 script and 1 CSS file. Since they are social, they are bound to have images also.

      Now say your theme is not optimized the best (most are not!), and there are multiple scripts and CSS files along with usually un-optimized graphics.

      Most of these theme makers have favorites, say 1 grid.css, 1 reset.css, your style.css and a couple js files, some have 4 or 5 for some reason or another. We didn't even count the graphics and post images yet we are at
      8 http requests for the 4 plug-ins
      say 6 more for you theme CSS and js

      and you are going to have somewhere around 16 - 24 images for the theme itself on a graphical theme + your plug-ins images.
      So say 34 HTTP requests + your post images which can be large and any other plug-ins.

      And this is still light weight compared to what I usually see, but it is enough on a shared host and slow connection to make it a lagger.

      I took a snapshot yesterday of the load statistics for an IM / Sales Page theme for WordPress
      This thing is a slug, and does not need to be.
      127 requests, 2.3 megs and 31.29 seconds to load. (A sales page)

      Note to mention the bandwidth for a month when traffic builds is going to be huge for that simple page.

      Point is, be-careful, it all adds up and adds up fast, just to make something that could have been nice very slow.
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      • Profile picture of the author robie
        Originally Posted by phpbbxpert View Post

        It all depends what the plug-in does.
        I seen an ecommerce plug-in last year run over a 128 queries with only a couple products and categories. I assume they had some queries and joins inside a loop, which is a nono.


        On another note, the front end is an issue on a lot of plug-ins loading JavaScripts and multiple CSS files.

        Say you have 4 different types of social plug-ins and each has 1 script and 1 CSS file. Since they are social, they are bound to have images also.

        Now say your theme is not optimized the best (most are not!), and there are multiple scripts and CSS files along with usually un-optimized graphics.

        Most of these theme makers have favorites, say 1 grid.css, 1 reset.css, your style.css and a couple js files, some have 4 or 5 for some reason or another. We didn't even count the graphics and post images yet we are at
        8 http requests for the 4 plug-ins
        say 6 more for you theme CSS and js

        and you are going to have somewhere around 16 - 24 images for the theme itself on a graphical theme + your plug-ins images.
        So say 34 HTTP requests + your post images which can be large and any other plug-ins.

        And this is still light weight compared to what I usually see, but it is enough on a shared host and slow connection to make it a lagger.

        I took a snapshot yesterday of the load statistics for an IM / Sales Page theme for WordPress
        This thing is a slug, and does not need to be.
        127 requests, 2.3 megs and 31.29 seconds to load. (A sales page)

        Note to mention the bandwidth for a month when traffic builds is going to be huge for that simple page.

        Point is, be-careful, it all adds up and adds up fast, just to make something that could have been nice very slow.
        Whoa..very very helpful expalantions
        Thanks for sharing
        I guess we have to be more careful next time
        Pick and use plugins wisely
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      • Profile picture of the author MilesT
        Originally Posted by phpbbxpert View Post

        It all depends what the plug-in does.
        I seen an ecommerce plug-in last year run over a 128 queries with only a couple products and categories. I assume they had some queries and joins inside a loop, which is a nono.


        On another note, the front end is an issue on a lot of plug-ins loading JavaScripts and multiple CSS files.

        Say you have 4 different types of social plug-ins and each has 1 script and 1 CSS file. Since they are social, they are bound to have images also.

        Now say your theme is not optimized the best (most are not!), and there are multiple scripts and CSS files along with usually un-optimized graphics.

        Most of these theme makers have favorites, say 1 grid.css, 1 reset.css, your style.css and a couple js files, some have 4 or 5 for some reason or another. We didn't even count the graphics and post images yet we are at
        8 http requests for the 4 plug-ins
        say 6 more for you theme CSS and js

        and you are going to have somewhere around 16 - 24 images for the theme itself on a graphical theme + your plug-ins images.
        So say 34 HTTP requests + your post images which can be large and any other plug-ins.

        And this is still light weight compared to what I usually see, but it is enough on a shared host and slow connection to make it a lagger.

        I took a snapshot yesterday of the load statistics for an IM / Sales Page theme for WordPress
        This thing is a slug, and does not need to be.
        127 requests, 2.3 megs and 31.29 seconds to load. (A sales page)

        Note to mention the bandwidth for a month when traffic builds is going to be huge for that simple page.

        Point is, be-careful, it all adds up and adds up fast, just to make something that could have been nice very slow.
        Blah. Lame. Now I'm sitting here thinking of my personal site which I'm building and realizing I may fall into this "slow" category. Rats!

        But Thank You! This is terrific info and something I'll not only bookmark, but remember. Optimized sites are critical to the user experience. I'll pretty much always leave a site after about 10 seconds of load time.

        Well... back to the drawing board
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  • Profile picture of the author CACruiser
    I use most of the plugins mentioned above. What do Warrior's think of the Ezine Article plugin for Wordpress that allows article and blog post submission directly from your sites?
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    • Profile picture of the author ChrisCree
      Originally Posted by CACruiser View Post

      What do Warrior's think of the Ezine Article plugin for Wordpress that allows article and blog post submission directly from your sites?
      The EzineArticles plugin makes it easy to send your posts to Ezine Articles. But always hit "validate" to get posts across and never "submit" because I always see formatting issues that can cause problems with article approval.

      For example:

      I put a fair amount of links in my posts. Having been a blogger for several years I like to give my audience the opportunity to go to sites and pages that I refer to. Nearly all of those links have to be removed to comply with Ezine's editorial guidelines.

      Post formatting can be a problem too. To make my posts more readable for my audience I add headers and images. These don't carry through to Ezine Articles well at all.

      Headers get ignored completely and Ezine doesn't even see a paragraph break. So I end up adding the breaks and wrapping my headers in strong tag to help them stand out.

      Basically, my opinion is if you only write on your site in the plain vanilla format that Ezine Articles requires you will have somewhat boring looking blog content and it will hurt your own traffic long term. And if you do write your contact to attract a bigger audience then your best bet to ensure article approval will be to manually edit your articles before you submit them rather than relying on the "submit" button in the Ezine plugin.
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  • Profile picture of the author Tomwood
    Thanks great list Leigh will have to try some of these
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  • Profile picture of the author Amy Balti
    Thanks for sharing these plugins, I can add to your list by suggesting these; Tiny MCE Advanced,Wordpress Download Monitor, WP-Spam Free, Page Links To and WP Review Store Plugin
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  • Profile picture of the author hireava
    I think it will fit for my blog... but all plugin at the same time?? hrmpp
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  • Profile picture of the author Sami4u
    Hi,

    Here is one I did not see mentioned.

    Ultimate Plugins Smart Update Pinger

    Sami
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  • quick adsense, wp to twitter are my 2 fave

    im looking for a decent wp to facebook page plugin, but they all seem to post just the url and facebook doesnt grab the images and description this was, so the page posts look boring
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  • Profile picture of the author terrapurus
    Love the list but I have a challenge for you.

    Bring up a URL of a post on a site with the plugins.

    Now bring up a post on a site with no plugins.

    Is there a difference is load time? It is widely speculated that more plugins can slow down a site and a slow load time may harm rankings. Your site sounds like a perfect candidate to show fellow warriors what really happens (ie you are likely to have two blogs on the 1 hosting account to directly compare).

    Anyone else interested in what happens in this case?
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  • i have quite a few plugins running, i think close to 10, my page loads fine, maybe ill take them all off and see if its any quicker

    i think the average users doesnt care really
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisCree
    For those who are concerned with page load times (and it's a good thing to pay attention to) the issue is not "how many" plugins, but rather what those plugins do.

    Some plugins don't slow down your site at all. Others add java script and css files which add to your http calls and can slow things down. And then there are the poorly written plugins that do far too many database calls - stay away from these.

    This is another reason I like W3 Total Cache. This plugin can combine, cache and minify all of the java script and css files to significantly reduce the number of http calls and speed things up significantly.

    I have sites with dozens of plugins running that server up pages nice and speedy. You just have to do a little extra work optimizing things when you do that is all. W3 Total Cache makes that easier.
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    • Profile picture of the author robinporter
      Great advice -thanks
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    • Profile picture of the author Blogmudgeon
      Originally Posted by ChrisCree View Post

      For those who are concerned with page load times (and it's a good thing to pay attention to) the issue is not "how many" plugins, but rather what those plugins do.

      Some plugins don't slow down your site at all. Others add java script and css files which add to your http calls and can slow things down. And then there are the poorly written plugins that do far too many database calls - stay away from these.

      This is another reason I like W3 Total Cache. This plugin can combine, cache and minify all of the java script and css files to significantly reduce the number of http calls and speed things up significantly.

      I have sites with dozens of plugins running that server up pages nice and speedy. You just have to do a little extra work optimizing things when you do that is all. W3 Total Cache makes that easier.
      Most site developers do not have a clue how many libraries they are loading, queries being executed, or actual bandwidth consumed per page load. Poorer designed plugins have the nasty habit of loading the JS/JQ libraries on the front page of a site--irrespective of where they will actually appear--and use no compression at all to do this.

      In Google Chrome, there is a little tool when you right click called "Inspect Element". This will give you a tremendous amount of information. Debug is also your friend. One can install the FireFox addon FireBug and get to this same info. Learn these tools...

      I pretty much gave up on WordPress. Nice platform--but I can get so much more out of Joomla! and its extensions. But, you better get to know it very well--it's not plug and play like WP!
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  • Profile picture of the author Rien
    The Captcha Plug in that goes with Contact Form 7.

    Was getting spammed like crazy, then installed this.

    Haven't gotten a SPAM message from that site since.
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  • @Chris thanks for the info, i will have a look at that plugin
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  • Profile picture of the author sarahberra
    Thanks! What is the best plugin though?? Some of these plugins probably don't deliver on thier promise. I've heard a lot about word press robot. Any luck with ths one??
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    • Profile picture of the author ChrisCree
      Originally Posted by sarahberra View Post

      Thanks! What is the best plugin though?? Some of these plugins probably don't deliver on thier promise. I've heard a lot about word press robot. Any luck with ths one??
      Asking what's the best plugin is like asking a mechanic what's the best tool.

      The one that does what you need done.

      It all depends on what you need it to do. Sounds like you're talking about autoblogging?

      Personally I'm not a fan of autobloging at all. It seems like a polite way of saying spamblogging. I have yet to see an autoblog that ads any value and is worth reading. The margins are so small that you'll be lucky to cover your hosting costs.

      That's my opinion any
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  • Profile picture of the author zombiewarrior
    thanks for that awesome list! I use many of those plugins, but there's a few I've never noticed, and will be implementing them into my blogs!

    'preciate the info!
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  • Profile picture of the author Stefan Pylarinos
    My favorite is the SEO pack... makes it easy to optimize your blog posts for Google as easy as possible!
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    After I crashed a blog I use WP-DB-Backup to send me a weekly back up
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  • Profile picture of the author rr1455
    Hey,
    The video plug in is great... Thanks so much..... HOw do you do flash with the plug in??? It does not seem to work with flash???
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  • Profile picture of the author MilesT
    Also, i'll give a plug (haha) to the backupbuddy plugin. If you need a full backup of EVERYTHING (not just the database but graphics, plugins etc) it does a great job. Also if you need to migrate a site from one domain to another its a very handy tool.

    Cheers!
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  • Profile picture of the author GameVoid
    I just ran across G-Lock Double Opt-in Manager today. It lets you set up a double opt in mailing list directly through WP. You can set up welcome messages, manage subscribers, export the address list for use in other applications, etc.

    Oh and it's free.
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  • Profile picture of the author DigiSumo
    Nice list.
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  • Profile picture of the author GrahamHobbs
    That's a great list Leigh! A few I'd heard of, but not many. I'm off to check some of these out.
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  • Profile picture of the author Silent Warrior
    For autoblogging sites I use:

    Multipress - To gather RSS feeds.
    Kb Robots - To keep certain pages and plugins from being indexed.
    JVGo Pages - To set up affiliate pages.
    Cj Niche - To monetize with Commission Junction products
    WP Zon - To monetize with Amazon products.
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  • Profile picture of the author henndi
    My favorite commercial WordPress plugins are:

    SEO Pressor (SEO on page optimization very simple)
    and WPTwin (to clone a WordPress-Blog with all details (images, Themes, really all)
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    • Profile picture of the author phichua
      ya,

      I agree... SeoPressor is one of my most important SEO plugin that I use for all my WP sites ( It has helped me rank a lot of my website to the top pages of SERPs.)

      SEO Power is also one of my favourite WP SEO Plugin

      Cheers!
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      • Profile picture of the author BloggerHigh
        There's a free plugin that does what seopressor does - you can download it at SEO plugin for wordpress
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  • Profile picture of the author whateverpedia
    WordPress › Simple Tags « WordPress Plugins

    It can be configured to add tags to new posts from your existing tag list automatically.

    Also if you add new tags, you can then do an "auto terms" run and it will add the new tags to your old posts which have those words in the content.

    A must have.
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  • Profile picture of the author rohnsmith
    Its really interesting stuff that you are sharing. I like the second and fourth plugin..
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  • Profile picture of the author rajaiklanbaris
    why you still use all in one SEO pack..Platinum SEO pack is better i think..It can redirect old permalink to the new one..
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  • Profile picture of the author stekys
    my favorite:
    backupbuddy
    w3 total cache
    wp touch
    simple tags
    gd press tool
    wp spamfree
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  • Profile picture of the author great2bme
    Any exit script plug-in suggestions? For catching exiting visitors?
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  • Profile picture of the author joadcrank
    Nice list of plug-ins here.
    I use most of them and I'm quite impressed how great they combine.
    Great job doing this list to inform other people how to manage well their wordpress plug-ins.

    Good luck mate!
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  • Profile picture of the author arnoldsmithh
    I was looking for user photo wordpress pluggin. Thanks for sharing.
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  • Profile picture of the author invitetheweb
    Big thanks to Mike for pointing this out to us in this thread http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...hod-works.html

    I use a few of these already but there are a few more worth using I see listed there. Thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author indokarir
    why everybody forget related post plugin? It's very important get internal linking..It's very good for SEO...
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  • Profile picture of the author DNChamp
    how did I miss this post?..Thanx!
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  • Profile picture of the author keithb
    Great post, thanks! I would have to say my favorite plugin is the WPBackup. Very handy.
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  • Profile picture of the author CMCarlin
    I really love Yoasts new plugin: Wordpress SEO.

    It combines about 8 plugins into one and it doesnt slow down wordpress.

    It has xml maps, all in one seo capabilities, meta robot tweaking, .htaccess tweaking, category and tag page tweaking, bread crumbs and it even gives a preview of what your page will look like in google serps. Very cool. highly recommended.
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  • Profile picture of the author JonMills
    My favourite plugin is

    Hello Dolly
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  • Profile picture of the author cbjack
    Wow, I find all these plugins a little mind boggling. I will have to go through the list again. At the moment I use Askinet and all in one SEO and find them very helpful. I can also recommend Word press database backup as it works perfectly.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rukshan
    What about akismet anti spam comment plugin
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeMorgan
    Nice list .

    Mine are ...


    1. TweetMeme

    The TweetMeme Plugin is a crazy cool plugin that lets your blog readers easily retweet your posts. This is amazing for getting extra traffic to your posts

    WordPress › TweetMeme Button « WordPress Plugins

    2. FaceBook Like Button

    Add the new Facebook Like button and Facebook Recommendations widget to your WordPress blogWordPress › Facebook Like Button « WordPress Plugins

    3. Add to Any

    The WordPress plugin to help people share, bookmark, and email your posts and pages using any service, such as Facebook, Twitter, Google Buzz, Digg, Delicious, and well over 100 more sharing and social bookmarking sites. New: Facebook Like Button and Twitter Tweet Button -

    WordPress › AddToAny: Share/Bookmark/Email Button « WordPress Plugins

    4.WP Auto Tagger

    WP Auto Tagger plugin uses the Yahoo API to suggest tags based on the post content. You have the option to automatically tags posts on save or get tag suggestions with a single click. Auto Tagger will not replace your existing tags -

    WordPress › WP Auto Tagger « WordPress Plugins

    5. Related Posts Plugin

    WordPress Related Posts Plugin will generate related posts via WordPress tags, and add the related posts to feed -

    WordPress › WordPress Related Posts « WordPress Plugins


    6. Google Analytics

    Lets you use Google Analytics to track your WordPress site statistics -

    WordPress › WP Google Analytics « WordPress Plugins


    7. Contact Form 7

    Contact Form 7 can manage multiple contact forms, plus you can customize the form and the mail contents flexibly with simple markup. The form supports Ajax-powered submitting, CAPTCHA, Akismet spam filtering and so on-

    WordPress › Contact Form 7 « WordPress Plugins

    8. Google XML Sitemaps

    This plugin will generate a special XML sitemap which will help search engines like Google, Bing, Yahoo and Ask.com to better index your blog. With such a sitemap, it's much easier for the crawlers to see the complete structure of your site and retrieve it more efficiently. The plugin supports all kinds of WordPress generated pages as well as custom URLs.
    Additionally it notifies all major search engines every time you create a post about the new content -

    WordPress › Google XML Sitemaps « WordPress Plugins


    9. Platinum SEO Pack

    Platinum SEO Plugin offers complete onsite SEO solution for your WordPress blog. It is very useful tool in optimizing your WordPress blog for Search Engines (Search Engine Optimization) -

    WordPress › Platinum SEO Pack « WordPress Plugins


    10. Wordpress Duplicate Content Cure


    Duplicate content cure is a very simple, yet effective SEO plugin that prevents search engines from indexing wordpress pages that contain duplicate content, like archives and category pages -

    Duplicate Content Cure Plugin for Wordpress - SEOlogs.com


    11. Akismet

    MUST HAVE plugin if you want to get rid of comment spam. And trust me, you WILL get comment spam - API Keys -- WordPress.com

    12. Subscribe to Comments

    Subscribe to Comments is a robust plugin that enables commenters to sign up for e-mail notification of subsequent entries. The plugin includes a full-featured subscription manager that your commenters can use to unsubscribe to certain posts, block all notifications, or even change their notification e-mail address -

    WordPress › Subscribe to Comments « WordPress Plugins

    Hope it helps .
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  • Profile picture of the author navyseal
    Hi Leigh! Thank you so much for the generosity.

    Can I ask? Are all this plug-in for free?

    Hope you don't mind. And hope to help someone who's new to
    internet marketing.
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  • Profile picture of the author ambercoco
    A new favorite of mine is Insights => Insights | Prelovac.com

    With Insights you can very quickly (in couple of seconds) do the following:

    • Search your blog for posts, edit them or insert links to them into the current post
    • Insert Flickr Images
    • Insert Youtube videos
    • Search and link to Wikipedia
    • Search Google
    • Search News
    • Google Blog Search
    • Insert a Google Map
    Comes in handy and is a real time saver.

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  • Profile picture of the author Giani
    Thanks.

    I use All in one seopack, seopresser, akismet, and wp-robot.
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  • Profile picture of the author Giani
    I didn't know about backlink energizer. Should check that. Thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author betdav
    I personally like the all in one SEO pack and the Akismet for spam control.

    I 'm still trying out the smart You Tube plugin. There was a problem with it when I tried to put the widget into the sidebar. I think I just need to reinstall it again.
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  • Profile picture of the author Hank Scott
    I'm using WP Super Cache on our new blog, it's a static caching plugin for WordPress. WP Super Cache generates html files that are served directly by Apache without processing comparatively heavy PHP scripts.

    Using this plugin has sped up our WordPress blog significantly.

    Typing "WP Super Cache" (without the quotes) into your WordPress plugin search form will find it for you really quick.
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  • Profile picture of the author jwardz
    I love WP Zon Builder plugin. If you do Amazon Affiliate marketing this is a great plugin. There is a charge for it but in my opinion it pays for itself in the time it saves you and time is money. It plugs in your Amazon ID automatically to the products you choose. You just select the Amazon node or single product and then configure how you want the products to be displayed and bingo, you have a site prebuilt. I then add my own content for SEO purposes. I highly recommend it.
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  • Profile picture of the author vsjogger
    I like SEO Search Terms Tagging 2. It shows me incoming search terms for each page and post. The admin panel has more detailed data.
    Linkhopper is great for generating new URL's for affiliate links.
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    • Profile picture of the author Latsyrc
      Can someone recommend a plugin that will reveal the most popular posts? I am not sure which of these plugins do that.
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    • Profile picture of the author gisi
      Originally Posted by vsjogger View Post

      I like SEO Search Terms Tagging 2. It shows me incoming search terms for each page and post. The admin panel has more detailed data.
      Linkhopper is great for generating new URL's for affiliate links.

      I've installed this pugin into my wordpress and can't work this out. I can't work it out. Can you please explain to me how to use this plugin. Please!?

      How can I cloak my affiliate link?
      kind regards

      gisi
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  • Profile picture of the author CMCarlin
    For amazon plugins the new reviewazon pro (still in beta) will be the top dog for that category. It has complete post integration so you can call the specific amazon information with %%TOKENS%% shortcode stuff. Perfect for unique reviews that want to add images, pricing information, product details, shipping availability, customer reviews etc etc....
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  • Profile picture of the author bigpoppa3
    Although new to Warrior Forum, I must admit this is a very thoughtful thread with a lot a sharing and very little slamming. Thanks to all who have contributed. To chime in with everyone, my two must have (or use) are WPSyndicatior and Web Traffic Genius.
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  • Profile picture of the author CMCarlin
    2 questions:

    wp super cache or w3total cache? I just switched to w3total cache and it looks like it has more bells and whistles, but which one is better for the purpose of caching? or are they equally good?

    for the page links to plugin or quick page/post redirect it basically allows you to redirect any page you have to another post or page or even external URL... does anyone use this for link cloaking? What applications do you use this for other than fixing moved posts and pages?
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  • Profile picture of the author alysemackie
    Pretty good list thanks All in One SEO pack included on your list.
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  • Profile picture of the author tephoz2001
    whether there are plugins that can increase traffic to visit? such as auto blogwalking.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rosane Blanco
    Thanks for the awesome list of plugins! I also use a few of those, and find All In One SEO great for optimising my Blog. Another great one I use is Google Analytics for Word Press in order to track traffic and monitor my Blog popularity. Cheers!
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  • Profile picture of the author Rob Cornish
    My favourites are wordTube for embedding videos (used along with JW Player for playing the flash).
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  • Profile picture of the author Rob Cornish
    Also, meant to mention wpSpolier which is great for a toggle hide/show button. I use this for podcast transcripts.
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  • Profile picture of the author Marhelper
    If I had to pick one:

    WordPress › Smart YouTube WordPress Plugins
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  • Profile picture of the author devogolf
    Hi Leigh
    I have just posted a thread on this very subject...Thanks for the info...!!!
    Allan
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    • Profile picture of the author Daniel Evans
      Awesome!

      Already I've managed to nab a few priceless plugins to add to my arsenal from your list!

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  • Profile picture of the author chrislangley
    It's great that Wordpress has so many plugins, that gives it to edge over so many competitors
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  • Profile picture of the author nicelife
    Hi Leigh

    Thanks a bunch!


    All the best.
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  • Profile picture of the author ryuchi
    Plug-ins I can't do without are -
    * Akismet- moderation of spam comments my blogs receive daily. Its so hard to do it manually. This works like a charm.
    *All-in-one SEO- Good for starting up SEO in my new websites.
    *Easy Policy- A really easy tool to use so I can make policy in my site right away (for adsense)

    Ryuchi
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