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  1. Annie Martin
    Annie Martin at |

    Hi,
    There is also one more plugin named Blog2Social.
    My personal favourite is Blog2Social. I personally believe that Blog2Social is one of the great social media cross-posting plugin as there are no server side installation process to be done. It allows the post author to advance directly to the posting dashboard of Blog2Social Word-press, in which pre filled posting texts are provided. After customizing the texts the author schedules the posts or publishes them without delay.

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  2. New WordPress Themes
    New WordPress Themes at |

    W3 Total Cache is actually a very good wordpress plugin for caching

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  3. Phil
    Phil at |

    thanks for the list, I'm only just learning about wordpress so it's very helpful!

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  4. Dillon Martin
    Dillon Martin at |

    Thanks for mentioning WP Logic. I didn't know about this plugin and I think I can use it effectively on my ExerciseUpdate.com site. I was going to try to write some code to create an alternate WordPress sidebar "sidebar2.php", but this plugin might do the trick and be easier to manage.

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  5. DaraBell
    DaraBell at |

    Dara Bell says, nice post lots of actionable content and good comments from users. Thanks.

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  6. Page.ly
    Page.ly at |

    Great list. We've been toying around with adding an ecommerce plugin as an option to compliment our preinstalled plugins. We'll be sure to take a more in depth look at PHPurchase. Thanks.

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  7. Florida SEO
    Florida SEO at |

    I would like to recommend the Platinum SEO Pack, it has more useful options than the all in one seo pack. There are more nofollow selections, additional post, page and home headers, you can nofollow all of the outgoing links on just the front page, you can add the noydir meta tag, the noodp meta tag, you can use the option for noindex on sub pages and my favorite option of all is all of the options that it gives you on each individual post and page of your wordpress blog.

    Those are just a few of the things that I can think of off the top of my head. The fact of the matter is that I have used both and have found that I am in greater control of my websites on-page seo than when I was using the All in One SEO Pack.

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  8. Holly - The Work at
    Holly - The Work at at |

    Nice list. There are so many plugins that it is difficult to know what exactly is out there. One on my faves is Comment Luv.

    I'm definitely going to add the WP Super Cache to my blog.

    Do you know if the WP Follow Me slows down your page loads? I used another Twitter badge that slowed down my page loads so I had to disable it.

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  9. TwitterFools
    TwitterFools at |

    You've provided a good list. I could add many others, but I'll just mention two: WP Database Backup is an important tool to help ensure blog recovery in case of any security hack or hosting disaster. Additionally, we happen to be fond of the TwitterFools Trending Topics plugin which allows you to place a widget containing twitter trending topics on your WP install.

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  10. Brad Dark
    Brad Dark at |

    Have you looked at http://www.onlywire.com its an awesome social bookmarking plugin. Massive time saver.

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  11. Randy
    Randy at |

    Yes, i like your post, 10 wordpress themes is not new article,… many useful wordpress plugins and maybe some plugins for adsense can be inserted into the list….

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