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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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