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The Needful WordPress Plugins for Every Blog in 2017

We do have so much and fanciest plugins to make our WordPress blogs beautiful.

We try to add more and more. And install countless plugins.

But wait…

Not every single one we can add.

Because of too much of the restrictions.

Like slowing down the page speed, increasing database size, the risk of getting hacked, and so much more.

And in the initial days of the blogging, we do need to be very cautious and picky.

No matter how big is our server, we still have to play the nice and easy game.

So, my this post is totally circled around the new blogs. 🙂

First, why we need the needful WordPress plugins at all?

Simple..

Rome was not built in one day.

So are our blogs.

They take and need time.

We cannot make our blogs look professional, look beautiful and look dashing in one day.

It will take a lot of time and effort.

But why waste our precious time on deciding and evaluating so many WordPress plugins at once. Click To Tweet

Not the complete data is finished on day one of installing and launching our blog, so adding too many of the plugins will be a complete waste — time and energy.

Even the unfinished look of the blog will not do a bit of good.

So, what are those needful WordPress plugins?

They are:

Akismet - Needful WordPress plugins

Akismet is the so useful plugin to guard against spam comments. Must install it and it will reduce your headache!

Yoast SEO - Needful WordPress plugins

Yoast SEO should be your #1 SEO plugin to deal with your necessities of SEO.

BackWPup - Needful WordPress plugins

Backups are the must! And BackWPup is your good choice.

Broken Link Checker - Needful WordPress plugins

Don’t let links dying on you. Keep a hawk eye on them using Broken Link Checker.

W3TC - Needful WordPress plugins

Speed.. Fast speed… And it is definitely achieved by the W3 Total Cache plugin.

SuMoMe - Needful WordPress plugins

SuMoMe is an all-in-one plugin where it combines email listing, social sharing, heat maps, contact forms, and much more.

And the end…

Now that you got:

  • Akismet
  • Yoast SEO
  • BackWPup
  • Broken Link Checker
  • W3 Total Cache
  • and… SuMoMe

So, are you guys using them?

And all of them?

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Click Here to Leave a Comment Below 8 comments
itechmat - December 7, 2016

i was not aware of this as i was already looking for a backup plugin and i tried some of them but didn’t work for me surely will give it a try thank you

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    Adeel Sami - December 8, 2016

    Hello, buddy!

    Good to see you down here! 🙂

    Sure, buddy! Do try that BackWPup WordPress plugin.

    I’d also recommend that you check with your web hosting provider to ask about the retention of the backups as part of your web hosting account. 🙂

    Thanks for sharing your views!

    ~ Adee;

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Lorraine Reguly - December 7, 2016

Adeel, I have to disagree with you regarding Akismet.

Anti-Spam is much better.

I actually tried both out and tested them on Wording Well.

Refer to the post at https://wordingwell.com/eliminate-spam/

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    Adeel Sami - December 8, 2016

    Hello, Lorraine!

    I truly understand it. 🙂

    We actually have used the premium Akismet on work that I found it working the best.

    I will definitely check into the Anti-spam plugin to trace the difference. 🙂

    Thanks for sharing it!

    ~ Adeel

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ikechi - December 7, 2016

Hi Adeel

I don’t use most of the plugins but I say that they are important. Thanks for sharing. Take Care

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    Adeel Sami - December 8, 2016

    Hey, Ikechi!

    So good to see you, my friend! 🙂

    Wow! You’ve got a well-maintained blog, buddy!

    Thank you a lot for sharing your views!

    ~ Adeel

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Lisa P Sicard - December 7, 2016

Hi Adeel, I’m just looking for a new social icon plugin and may try SumoMe. Thanks for sharing about it. I do use Yoast, W3Cache and broken link checker which saves me lots of time. Plugins are great as long as they work! I’m so gun shy about adding new ones because once my whole site almost came crashing down…..

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Saurabh tiwari - December 7, 2016

Great Post!

Thanks for sharing top word press plugins and these plugins are necessary for every blogger’s for SEO purposes as well as designing their website.
Here is my listed plugin every website owner love them.
Contact Form 7
W3 Total Cache
Jetpack by WordPress.com
Yoast SEO
Akismet
Updraftplus
WordFence
WP Smush – Image Optimization

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