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Wordpress Plugin Guide

Updated on April 30, 2010

WP Plugin Guide

Wordpress plugin guide.
Wordpress plugin guide.

The Wordpress Plugin Guide

Wordpress guides are all the rage now, what with Wordpress being a totally search engine friendly blogging platform that most top webmasters use, because of it's ease of creating a blog when everything is all set up with hosting and all that technical stuff.

This Wordpress Plugin Guide is a compiled resource of the most popular WP plugins and the guide is more of a link list that links to all the main plugins that you could use for your blog, of course to the seasoned Worpress user this guide will be pretty basic stuff that they may already know, but to the new user of the WP blogging platform it lists all the top plugins in one list for easy reading and evaluation.

There are all sorts of different plug ins to use on your blog, some as simple as adding spam controls and others like advertising plugins and extras that surround blog post content like recent comments and related posts. Although some Wordpress themes and templates may already come with certain plug ins, it is certainly worth knowing the wider range of WP plugins.

With each plugin listed you get directed to download information and other useful information on installing the plugins, I advise you to read all that you can, because if you are like me, technical information can sometimes go right over your head.

You can buy the Wordpress Plugin Guide Here

Wordpress Plugins Guide

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      Wayne Tully 7 years ago from Hull City United Kingdom

      Wordpress is considered as the top blogging platform and is supposed to be more search engine friendlier, but you do have to pay for hosting for it to take off.

      Cheers there Nancy!

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      Nancy's Niche 7 years ago

      I have wanted to try WordPress but keep putting it off due to--drum roll plz--fear of the unknown! Great article and thanks for sharing the plug-in info with us. I guess there are some amazing ones that enhance your page for monetizing.

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      Wayne Tully 7 years ago from Hull City United Kingdom

      Yeah it is worth it, although some of the technical details need to be ironed out or done for you like me, I'm hopeless at all that stuff!

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      Sandy Mertens 7 years ago from Wisconsin, USA

      One of these days I will have to get over my fear of Wordpress and just do it.