Must have WordPress plugins

Must have WordPress plugins 2012 [infographic]

WordPress is a free and open source blogging tool and content management system (CMS) based on PHP and MySQL. It has many features including a plug-in architecture and a template system. WordPress is used by over 14.7% of Alexa Internet’s “top 1 million” websites and as of August 2011 manages 22% of all new websites. WordPress is currently the most popular CMS in use on the Internet.

There are many reasons webmasters should adopt WordPress as their content management system. Having access to thousands of plugins available for this platform is a pretty good reason. Plugins can enhance your site’s functionality and enhance your visitors experience on it.

We have already listed plenty of search engine optimization, social media, security, cache, and other types of plugins on WP JEDI. Going through all these lists can take a bit of time though. That’s why we have put together the below infographic to help webmasters download the most essential plugins for their sites as fast as possible.

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My name is Berrie Pelser, since 1999 co-owner of Ber|Art Visual Design V.O.F. Our company is been grown to a full service bureau for complete managed business internet sites that we are hosting in our own secure and fast Cloud. We are specialized in WordPress, search engine optimization, social media integration and social media strategy. I co-founded my company, Ber|Art Visual Design, in 1999 as a web design firm. It has since grown into a full-service agency for maintaining complete corporate websites hosted by Ber|Art in a secure and fastcloud environment.
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9 comments to Must have WordPress plugins

  • I always love the infographics you put. Thanks Berrie.

  • Vreemd dat er geen enkele plugin tussen staat voor stats (11%) en images (9%).

  • I always love Infographics, and this one is no different. I use most of these plugins, and will check out the others that I don’t (yet) Still I use others that are not on the list, that I think are essential.

  • Great list and effective infographic. Well done!

  • Ok that’s great. According to my knowledge The WordPress Maintenance are .Back Up,Checking Plugins,Updating etc..WordPress,Check Your Links,Improving Security etc..1) Backup your database and your files. You can use a number of plugins (Backup buddy is a good one) to do this, or if you trust your hosting company, there is often a file and database backup utility within your cpanel.2) Update plugins. This one is easy. Go to your plugins and look for any that need to be updated. All you need to do is click the update button and you’re done.3) Make sure you have the latest version of WordPress. WordPress will tell you on your dashboard if you need to upgrade. Simply follow the instructions – it’s not difficult.4) If you’re not using the akismet plugin, you can get it here – AKISMET . This will protect your site from spam.

  • And then Automattic goes along and puts a contact form plugin as part of Jetpack. *scratches Contact Form 7 off of the list*

    That’s the one thing that drives me nuts about WordPress — no good native comments field awesomeness :(

  • David Wood fin

    Thank you for your nice article.It is good comment.