What Plugins are Plugged In on your Blog?

August 24, 2014 | Filed under: Blogging — Tags: , , @ 12:44 am

What Plugins are Plugged In on your Blog?

Another day has dawn on us as usual and for those of you who don’t know, it is now my turn to take over once more. For those in need of a domain name, please don’t forget DomainKing. They are undoubtedly the king as far as Domain registrars are concerned and so the name DomainKing.ng is one brand which ought to be the first call of action as far as domain names are concerned.

As I earlier stated, it is my turn to feature my blog post here and so as usual, tighten your seatbelt for the thriller and don’t forget Little Johnny (my good friend) episode  2 will be coming on as well.

But as the title of the post suggest, we are going to talk about plugins. Yes, plugins are our main topic for discussion today. Let me ask you this; what blogging platform are you on? Because talking of plugins is something for WordPress users and so are you ready?

I can bet you have heard a lot about plugins and the sort of benefits it has to offer but before we delve more into the discussion, let me tell you some interesting deal my good friend Little Johnny had accomplish even going to the extent of beating our world’s richest man with one sweet deal he couldn’t resist.

Little Johnny’s Saga (Episode 2)

One day, Little Johnny had an idea and so went to talk to his son.

Little Johnny: I want you to marry a girl of my choice.

Son: No.

Little Johnny: The girl is Bill Gates’s daughter.

Son: OK!

Little Johnny goes to Bill Gates:

Little Johnny:I want your daughter to marry my son.

Bill Gates: No way! Do I know you?

Little Johnny: My son is the CEO of the World Bank.

Bill Gates: OK! We can arrange for them to meet.

Little Johnny goes to the president of World Bank:

Little Johnny: Appoint my son as the CEO of your bank.

President: No!

Little Johnny: He is the son-in-law of Bill Gates.

President: Hmmm. OK!

Hahaha! I think my good friend was smart in there. What do you think? But lets move back to business as usual and talk of the main issue on board and that has to do with plugins.

What are some of the best wordpress plugins worth considering?

Wordpress Plugins worth considering

 1. QUICK ADSENSE

The number one plugin which comes in mind is the Quick Adsense plugin. Don’t be deceived by the name Adsense. It is something for all Ad networks. You can insert all your ad codes and you decide where those ads ought to be shown be it below the all your posts or below the first or second images in your post. With quick Adsense, you decide where those ads must show!

Link: http://wordpress.org/plugins/quick-adsense/

 2. ROLE MANAGER WORDPRESS PLUGIN

The question is; is your blog a multi author blog? Then this is one plugin you can’t decide to do away with. This is a plugin for multi authored blogs as roles.

Link: https://wordpress.org/plugins/tags/role-manager

3. WP STATUS NOTIFIER PLUGIN

This plugin is beneficial for both you and the users. It sends a notification to you when a blog post is submitted by a user and also sends a notification to the users after accepting their blog post.
So this is one plugin highly recommended for guest posting sites and those hosting guest posting giveaways.

Stay tuned for my incoming giveaway in no time. With DomainKing.ng as one of my sponsors, expect nothing other than great offers on display. Hahaha!

Link: https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-status-notifier/

 

4. AFTER THE DEADLINE

Anytime I tell my colleagues that the most difficult subject in this world of ours is English Language, they always laugh. Don’t you agree with me? Unlike mathematics where a simple formula runs through it all, English is different. The word ‘it’s’ and ‘its’ have different meanings.

So the plugin I recommend when it comes to checking our grammars and spelling mistakes, it is no other than the after the deadline plugin.

Link: https://wordpress.org/plugins/after-the-deadline/

5. CLICK FRAUD MONITORING

How will you feel waking up one and seeing this bitter message from the end of Google Adsense that your account has been blocked due to click bombing? But what if I tell you that you could protect your Adsense account with this plugin.

Link: https://wordpress.org/plugins/adsense-click-fraud-monitoring/

Your Turn

What are those plugins you’re using? What do you make of these plugins? Your thoughts by way of comment are very well welcome.

 

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I see myself as one blogger with probably the longest name in this blogosphere. Emmanuel Kabenlah Cudjoe is the name and I am based somewhere on the shores of Ghana.

2 Comments

  1. you’ve gotta edit this post bro….Akismet should be #1 :)

    Comment by Eze John — August 24, 2014 @ 6:50 am

  2. @Eze Hahaha! one problem with Askimet is that; they mark real comments spam so I think it should be last.

    Comment by Emmanuel Kabenlah Cudjoe — August 24, 2014 @ 7:01 am

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