Caching your pages allows your server to serve them much faster. w3 Total Cache has a history of providing great speed and stability, whereas WP Super Cache requires very little customization.
Display related posts from your blog below each post. Considers titles, content, tags, and categories, and displays more or fewer matches depending on how many match the post well.
Instead of showing last page and next page, WP-PageNavi creates improved page navigation that lets users jump around between pages.
This handy plugin allows you to create page hierarchies, where you can drag and drop your pages and add new ones.
This handy plugin allows you to schedule future posts with drag-and-drop ease, and get a quick overview of what is going to be posted when.
The most popular SEO plugin is All in one SEO. Set default meta tags and customize titles and descriptions.
Similar to All in one SEO, SEO Ultimate is another way to customize your meta tags, titles, and much more.
Google XML Sitemap creates sitemaps readable by all the major search engines, and automatically resubmits your site if it detects a major change.
Adds several social media sharing buttons wherever you want them: at the beginning of a post, floating in a sidebar, in small or large sizes.
When a user leaves a comment, this plugin shows a selection of latest blog post titles to display under the comment.
A subscription management plugin, this lets you send e-mail digests of your content. Bulk manage your subscribers and settings, and generate e-mails in multiple formats.
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