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All in One SEO Pack http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/all‐in‐one‐seo‐pack/ Optimizes your Wordpress blog for search engines by Automatically optimizing your titles and META tags. IntenseDebate http://intensedebate.com/ Replaces default comment system with advanced commenting, threaded replies, karma points (not for individual comments), Gravatars, RSS, ability to reply to comments from email (great to reply from your Blackberry), all in one management from the website for users. It also comes with the optional Intense Debate Top Commentators sidebar widget to display your top commentators, great to encourage commenting (however, the Disqus one below is a lot more comprehensive). Disqus Commenting System http://disqus.com Replaces your comment template with the more advanced Disqus comment system. Disqus is also the only system to support Facebook Connect out of the box. I’ve contacted IntenseDebate directly and they told me there is no current plan to support Facebook Connect. Disqus also features RSS, Gravatars, threaded comments, comment karma, and lets you easily see comments made by the same user on other sites. I prefer Disqus as it offers Facebook Connect support out‐of‐the‐box that could help you tap into the Facebook community. Disqus also features top commentators, recent comments widgets. Also, with Disqus you can enable video comments with seesmic. Digg Digg http://www.mkyong.com/blog/digg‐digg‐wordpress‐plugin/ Adds Digg, Reddit, Yahoo Buzz buttons with counters for your readers to easily vote for your posts from your page. I was able to contact the author who also told me Stumble Upon support is on its way as well. Sociable http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/sociable/ Automatically add links to your favorite social bookmarking sites on your posts, pages and in your RSS feed. You can choose from 99 different social bookmarking sites including Digg, Reddit, SU, Mixx, Propeller. You can also add e‐mail and print buttons. It also supports TwitThis, but the plugin can be made easier by using TinyURL (or another URL shortening service) and automatically logging the user into Twitter with the URL and Title already shown. Google Analytics http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/google‐analytics‐for‐wordpress/ Google Analytics provides highly advanced website tracking and management information free of charge. Use this plug‐in to easily add the code so Google Analytics can immediately begin to track all of your pages Lifestream http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/lifestream/ Lifestream displays your social feeds and activity from many social sites. Includes support to display your Flickr photos, Facebook feed, Friendster feed, Youtube videos, Twitter updates, any other RSS feed, from your other blogs, etc. DB Backup http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp‐db‐backup/ Easily backup/restore your posts and entire Wordpress database. Download or send your back to your email. WP Greet Box http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp‐greet‐box/ Displays different greeting message to your new visitors depending on their referrer URL. For example, when a Digg user clicks through from Digg, they will see a message reminding them to digg your post if they like it. The plug‐in also includes out of the box support for getting messages from users coming from Reddit, SU, Facebook, Google (shows searched keywords as well), Mixx, etc. You can also easily add your own custom greeting from people coming from any site you choose. WP‐SpamFree http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp‐spamfree/ An extremely powerful anti‐spam plugin for WordPress that virtually eliminates comment spam, including trackback and pingback spam. I find the plug‐in works surprisingly well by eliminating all automated spam. It does somewhat use a bit of bandwidth sometimes. WP Super Cache http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp‐super‐cache/ This plugin generates static html files from your dynamic WordPress blog. After a html file is generated your webserver will serve that file instead of processing the comparatively heavier and more expensive WordPress PHP scripts. Some people have complained about compatibility problems with other plugins, so exercise some caution here and follow the instructions carefully. However, the plugin is very good and can save you a significan amount of bandwidth. Google XML Sitemaps http://www.arnebrachhold.de/projects/wordpress‐plugins/google‐xml‐sitemaps‐ generator/ Generates a XML‐Sitemap compliant sitemap of your WordPress blog. This format is supported by Ask.com, Google, YAHOO and MSN Search. Category Posts Widget http://jameslao.com/2008/04/18/category‐posts‐widget‐13/ Displays any amount of posts you want from a specific category in your sidebar Secure and Accessible PHP Contact Form http://green‐beast.com/blog/?page_id=136 Lets you create a very secure contact form with custom fields so your readers can easily contact you. Popularity Contest http://alexking.org/projects/wordpress Shows your readers your most popular posts based on views, comments, pingbacks, among other criteria. You can also change the weight of each criteria to determine the most popular post. WP Since Last Visit http://alexking.org/projects/wordpress Indicates with a small “New” picture beside your post to users who have not yet seen your post from their last visit. Also works with comments. Twitter Tools http://alexking.org/projects/wordpress Allows you to pull your tweets into your blog (as posts and digests) and create new tweets on blog posts and from within WordPress. Wordpress Download Monitor http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/download‐monitor/ Download Monitor is a plugin for uploading and managing downloads, tracking download hits, and displaying links. Yet Another Related Posts Plugin http://mitcho.com/code/yarpp/ Gives you a list of posts and/or pages related to the current entry, introducing the reader to other relevant content on your site WP Page Numbers http://www.jenst.se/2008/03/29/wp‐page‐numbers Adds pagination to your Wordpress navigation, good for search engines. WP‐PostRatings http://lesterchan.net/portfolio/programming/php/#wp‐postratings Allows your readers to vote on how they liked your article. You can also display your highest or lowest voted posts on your sidebar. WP‐PostViews http://lesterchan.net/portfolio/programming/php/#wp‐postviews Allows you to display the number of times your post has been viewed. AdSense Manager http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/adsense‐manager/ Lets you add Google AdSense, Yahoo, AdBrite, among other ads, to your sidebar or anywhere else on your blog. Smart YouTube http://www.prelovac.com/vladimir/wordpress‐plugins/smart‐youtube Allows you to easily insert Youtube videos in your post, comments and in your RSS feed Video widget http://www.nikohk.com/plugin‐wordpress‐video‐widget/ Easily display videos from many different video sharing websites on your sidebar or blog, including from YouTube, DailyMotion, Google Video, Metacafe, Reever, MySpace, Blip.tv, Quicktime, Windows Media Player, among many others FlickrRSS http://eightface.com/wordpress/flickrrss/ Lets you easily display your Flickr photos on your blog, comes with a sidebar widget. Note: Lifestream plug‐in also supports this so you may not need this plugin. Facebook Connect Community http://www.sociable.es/facebook‐connect Allows your users to sign in with their Facebook account. It also supports comments to be sent to the users news feed, which can draw you some good viral traffic. However, it does not work with IntenseDebate. I just contacted IntenseDebate and they told me they do not plan to offer Facebook Connect support, which is unfortunate because that would make life a lot more easier, especially for people who want all the advanced features of IntenseDebate but also want the ability for comments to be sent to the Facebook newsfeed. DropCap First Character WordPress Plugin http://www.rc.au.net/blog/2006/07/27/dropcap‐first‐character‐wordpress‐ plugin/ What it does is it makes the first character of the post BIG in a magazine style. Front Page Excluded Categories http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/front‐page‐excluded‐categories/ As the title suggests, it blocks categories you don’t want from displaying on your home page Subscribe‐Remind http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/subscribe‐remind/ Invites your readers to subscribe to your RSS feed below each post Exec‐PHP http://bluesome.net/post/2005/08/18/50 Executes PHP code in posts, pages, or your sidebar.
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