Must Have Plugins For WordPress Sites
We have often come across users looking for the best plugins available. Plugins are tools which enhances your prospect by delivering the things you need. Here in this topic, we are going to discuss 3 must have plugins for WordPress sites.
Lets us talk about Registration Magic, Yoast SEO, and MailPoet plugins. Registration Magic is a user registration and user management plugin. Yoast SEO is a SEO plugin. MailPoet is a newsletter plugin.
RegistrationMagic gives you total control on user registration on your WordPress site. It can handle user registration of any complexity. Also, its the first plugin that manage end to end registration process, from form submission to user management to task automation. Further, RegistrationMagic also offers strong login logout system. Its the only plugin in WordPress to offer intelligent contact form. With RegistrationMagic you can build, configure and publish registration forms, and manage, analyze and automate submission data.
Installing the plugin
In WordPress dashboard, go to Plugins. Click Add New. From the search bar, look for RegistrationMagic.
A RegistrationMagic icon will be visible with an Install Now option. Clicking on it will install the plugin on your WordPress site.
Issues handled by Registration Magic (Uses of the plugin)
RegistrationMagic is the default user registration system for WordPress. So, if you are user-centric,you will fall in love with this plugin. The registration form part is just the starting. The real value is in managing, analyzing and automation of your users’ data.
This plugin has more than 10,000 active installations.
Check out Registration Magic’s live website for pricing and other details.
MailPoet is well known newsletter WordPress plugin within the WordPress community. At the time of writing this article, MailPoet has had 300,000 installs. Both the free and paid versions include abundant in-built features.
Installing the plugin
In the WordPress dashboard, go to Plugins. Click Add New. From the search bar look for MailPoet.
A MailPoet Newsletters icon will be visible with Install Now option. Clicking on it simply install the plugin on your WordPress site.
Issues handled by MailPoet (Uses of the plugin)
With MailPoet you can create subscriptions and newsletters. All your social icons, post, and pictures can be attached to your newsletter. You can easily modify layouts, colors, and fonts. Managing your subscribers won’t be an issue anymore.
Some advanced features include 70 inbuilt templates and a drag-and-drop newsletter modifier.
For any other information including price and features check out MailPoet’s official website.
Yoast SEO is already the famous and widely used plugins in WordPress. Previously labeled as WordPress SEO by Yoast, Yoast SEO helps to optimize your site for search engines.
Installing the plugin
In the WordPress dashboard, go to Plugins. Click Add New. From the search bar look for Yoast SEO.
A Yoast SEO icon will be visible with an Install Now option. Clicking on it will install the plugin on your WordPress site.
Issues handled by Yoast SEO (Uses of the plugin)
Yoast SEO will provide you with a complete toolkit to optimize your site on search engines.
You can also integrate Yoast SEO with the Google Search Console to display your site’s performance. In general, Yoast SEO add great value to site admin.
For pricing and other details visit the official website of Yoast SEO.
We would recommend to keep the plugins count as low as possible on your WordPress site. These three are must have plugins for WordPress sites. Yoast SEO will help you to reach out to more users. RegistrationMagic and MailPoet will help you to gather user data, streamline user journey and increase user touch-points. Feel free to give all three a test drive…
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