Here’s a list of WordPress Plugins that I have found very useful in helping me to to add more features and functionality to my website and other sites I’ve worked on. While some of these are free, there are the paid Pro/Premium versions that enable more features.
Yoast SEO – A free plugin that is probably the best out there for Search Engine Optimisation. Feature packed, team Yoast have done a great job to make sure that users are able to take full control of their site’s search engine optimisation. They’ve even provided full instructions on ‘How To Use WordPress SEO by Yoast.
Slider Revolution – This slider is by far the best on the market. Paid version for single use is just $19 it’s jam packed with features. Developer license for unlimited sites is at $99.
Gallery by Supsystic – A fairly easy to use plugin to add images and make your website stand out. Free or Pro version.
Gmedia Gallery – Free and paid versions have loads of options and features. I have found this one easy to use.
Pricing Table by Supsystic – Easy to use free and or version with many custom design options. I’ve used the free version on my website.
WordFence – A free security plugin that offers a firewall, malware scanner, and many other tools. A paid premium version is available.
Social Media Feather – Great for adding social media icons to a website to improve your sharing and marketing power. Follow & Share features.
WooCommerce – Comes with a set up wizard to help you get started with your eCommerce site. Follow the prompts!
WP Super Cache – A very fast caching engine for WordPress that produces static html files.
Disable Comments – Globally disable comments on a WordPress website. Comments can be disabled according to post type. Particularly useful for business sites. Multi site friendly.
Black Studio TinyMCE Widget – A visual editor that allows you to edit in WYSIWIG Style.
MailPoet Newsletters – A free newsletter plugin to send newsletters, post notifications or autoresponders from WordPress easily capture subscribers.
WEN Responsive Columns – Create columns easily with this easy to use free plugin.
By Sandra Ciminelli