Best WordPress Plugins For Your Blog

WordPress have lots of plugins that do different jobs. These plugins makes your blogging super easy and take care of your blog performance while you concentrate on the contents. In that way they help you to only think about writing. Here i am sharing list of some of the best WordPress Plugins out there. The plugins included here are free and open-source. You can download them from the official WordPress plugins repository.

Must have Plugins for wordpress blog

The Best Free WordPress Plugins

Yoast Seo: This could be your only one plugin for all SEO needs. Yoast offer all SEO solutions like SEO titles, meta descriptions, XML sitemaps, breadcrumbs, Twitter Title Tags, Facebook Open Graph tags & much more.

Akismet: Developed by Automattic, This is installed already in your WordPress blog. All you need is to activate it.This is the best plugin for spam comments. It automatically take care of spam comment attack on your website. You can activate it for free or if you like you can donate some money for this awesome plugin.

W3 Total Cache: Best plugin for caching WordPress website. This is possibly fastest and most complete WordPress performance optimization plugin. It boosts up your website and improves your site’s page speed score. We are using this plugin on this website.

Jetpack: Developed by Automattic, Jetpack is collection of many plugins like social sharing, email subscription. It contains more than 40 plugins in it. You can individually activate or deactivate the plugins in it according to your need.

Contact Form 7: This plugin helps you to create a custom contact form.

Yet Another Related Posts Plugin: This plugin displays related post under the single post. It is very useful for our blogging “engagement theory”.

Limit Login Attempts: This plugin provides greater security to your website. It sets the limit to login attempts and you can easily customize it in any way you want.


These are the best WordPress plugins we find currently. We will regularly update this list. If you have any suggestion or if your favorite plugin is not listed here then let us know via comments.

About Siddharth Mishra

Siddharth is a programmer, blogger and learner. He loves to read and write about programming, education, new technologies and financial stuffs. He loves to do new experiments and reading history books.

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