Tell Us Your Favorite Plugins


We all have our go-to plugins when launching WordPress … you know, the ones that make your life immensely easier – and your blog easier to use.

For me (in random order) they are:

And then, of course, it depends on the blog as to what other plugins I install. Maybe Lightbox Gallery, or eShop, or Collapsible Archive.

There are other obscure plugins that I have yet to use but look interesting. Ones like WP-Invoice or the Ebay Sale Lister.

It seems lately, if I need something for my website, it’s only a plugin away! We have the top 10 downloaded plugins, but we want to hear from you. What are your favorite WordPress plugins? What should we be installing today?

Please tell us how to reach you and we will notify you as soon as registration opens
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  1. Some of the basics that I love that go in almost every client install for us are:

    - All In One SEO Pack
    - Scribe SEO
    - WordPress Editorial Calendar
    - TweetMeme Retweet Button
    - Sexy Bookmarks
    - Like
    - WP Greet Box

  2. Wordbooker – awesome tool for syncing posts to FB profiles and pages, as well as syncing comments.
    Yet Another Related Posts Plugin
    Tweet Old Post – automatically Tweets old posts, definitely see traffic bumps on old posts when this happens
    Keyword Density Checker
    Twitter Tools

  3. The big two that have impressed me lately are:

    WP Customer Reviews (a microformats plugin for user-submtited Business and Product reviews)
    W3 Total Cache (by far the best caching plugin ever)

  4. Wordbooker – awesome tool for syncing posts to FB profiles and pages, as well as syncing comments.

  5. Jetpack