WordPress Plugins

One of the very best things about WordPress is the seemingly endless third party Plugins that you can add to your WordPress website. Because WordPress is one of the biggest platforms in the world of web development, and because the software is open source, developers from all over the world have developed third party software that you can add to your website to expand its functionality.

These WordPress Plugins can do pretty much everything you will need. Some of these categories include SEO, Backups, Caching, Speed Optimisation, Security, Web Forms, Pop Ups, Image Galleries, Social Media Integration, Membership Sites, E-commerce, Call Booking, and much much more.

If you need extra functionality for your website that is not included in your WordPress Theme, there’s a good chance someone out there has developed a plugin with that functionality.

A lot of plugins are free, some require you pay a fee, and some require a paid subscription, Many of the WordPress Plugins I come across have a free version and then a paid subscription to unlock further functionality of that specific piece of software.

“install the best WordPress plugins to make your site look and perform better than ever.”

Some key things you need to be aware of with WordPress Plugins are very similar to that of what you need to be aware of with WordPress Themes. You need to make sure they are coded properly, have a reputable developer, and continually patched with updates, and have the features that your require for your website. It’s always a good idea to check the user reviews of the Plugin and check all of the listed features for the software.

Some WordPress Plugins that I would recommend you check out include: WPForms, Yoast SEO, WP Rocket, WooCommerce, WordFence Security, Sucuri, Google Site Kit, Facebook Messenger, Jetpack, MemberPress, LearnDash, and Elementor. The list I could put together would be endless. I’d recommend you do your own research or reach out to your developer, if you need more guidance.