The 30 Most Popular WordPress Plugins

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Here at flyte we’re all about the WordPress. 

That’s why we were so happy to find this well-made infographic on the most popular WordPress plugins out there.

Plugins, if you don’t know, enhance the functionality of a product. We use many of these plugins for this blog, our website, and our clients’ sites and blogs. 

WordPress Most Popular Plugins
WP Template

Do you have any favorites that didn’t make the list? Let us know in the comments section below!

Rich Brooks
WordPress Web Design

  • http://onlineincomestar.com/ Brankica | Online Income

    Definitely Digg Digg plugin just off the top of my head, but I like a few others that aren’t on the list as well :)

  • http://www.danielcasciato.com/ Daniel Casciato

    I prefer nrelate over Yet Another Related Posts Plugin, but both are good. We just found nrelate a little more user-friendly.

  • judiknight

    Woo Commerce is the best. So easy and tons of options.

  • http://www.denisewakeman.com DeniseWakeman

    WordPress Editorial Calendar for managing a multi-author blog.

  • Sofia

    What about comment Love? Has anybody had any experiences bad or good with this one?

  • http://www.artfulpussycat.com Ed H

    WP-commerce but no WooCommerce? I’m guessing this list is based off download quantity and not quality?

  • http://twitter.com/therichbrooks therichbrooks

    Ed, yup…it’s a popularity contest!

    What is it you like about WooCommerce? (We often use Shopp here.)

  • http://twitter.com/therichbrooks therichbrooks

    I’m mostly familiar with Disqus. Does comment Love compete?

  • http://righthanddesign.com.au/ Robyn Harper

    Thanks, I’ve just installed nrelate on my blog and love it.

  • bary

    very good infographic