WordPress Hacks: 4 PlugIns Worth Talking About
This free plugin focuses on your SEO, and enhancing your content and site optimization. By defining a “focus keyword” as your write your article, Yoast runs real-time tests to let you know how it performs within search engines. It also checks to ensure you haven’t forgotten to include images, alt tags, meta titles and descriptions and that your article is of a good length. Pointing out areas that may hurt your post before publication ensures greater success.
Shareaholic is an all-in-one content amplication platform, promoting your organization’s content throughout your website. This free plugin adds share icons around your content and links to related content, encouraging vistors to share content with their friends. With their social analytics tool you have actionable metrics to monitor the increased discussion and traffic around your website, to continue to bring back more traffic.
Edit Flow is an editorial calendar helping you manage your content within wordpress. This free plugin is modular to be easily customized based upon your needs. Monitor your calendar, have internal discussions between writers and editors, keep track of important details including the budget and define key stages for your workflow.
WP Smush, free, optimizes images for display online. With images coming from a variety of sources, you may not even be aware how much large files are slowing down your site. Quickly set a max width and height so large images are automatically scaled down, or strip bulky information from your images reducing file size without losing quality. This helps improve site performance which in return helps with seo
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