The sheer number of WordPress plugins out there can overwhelming. That’s why we put together this WordPress plugin directory.
Use these tools to get the most from your WordPress site and maximize your digital marketing efforts.
1. Thrive content builder
Thrive content builder lets you manage a sales funnel driven by content marketing quickly and efficiently. It will help you understand the path to purchase your customers are taking (if you’re running an e-commerce site) as well as optimize your content to achieve your commercial objectives. It’s a must-have for any WordPress plugin directory.
It’s a must-have for any WordPress plugin directory.
2. WordPress plugin directory star: YOAST SEO
We all know that SEO is important. But when you’re cranking out content, it’s easy to forget the little things that boost on-page SEO. YOAST SEO, when properly implemented, helps optimize all your pages making them easy to rank for key search terms.
3. Google Analytics
Understanding what people do on your site and who your visitors are is the cornerstone of digital marketing. So no WordPress plugin directory is complete without what is arguably the most important plugin of all – Google analytics.
Google analytics give you a mountain of information on your users, helps you correctly build an attribution model, helps you understand how people are finding you, and identify key strengths and weaknesses on your site. If you only take one plugin away from this WordPress plugin directory, please make it Google Analytics.
Jetpack works to try and improve every aspect of your site a little bit. For example, you can use Jetpack to find and fix slow pages, improving your user experience and your position in the SERPs.
Jetpack will also help you manage your site quickly and effectively with its own interface that sits over the WordPress one, allowing easy, centralized control of all things website.
5. Google XML Sitemaps
In order to get ranked in Google search results, you need your site to get crawled by Google. But in order to do THAT, the crawlers need to know where your site is.
That’s what the XML sitemap is. It’s a map of your site so crawlers know where to find you in the broader internet (based on what you link to and what links to you) as well as what they’re looking at when they get there (in-site page structure).
6. Broken Link Checker
There’s nothing worse than reading a blog post, clicking on an interesting link, and getting a 404 redirect.
Not only that, but broken links have an impact on your SEO, albeit a small one. Broken Link Checker will help you by automatically finding and alerting you about broken links.
Checking regularly keeps you on top of your content’s health, especially as you build up more and more and your site size expands.
There you have it. An awesome WordPress plugin directory that you can use to hone your digital marketing.
Of course, there are plenty of other techniques you can do to maximize your digital marketing potential. Get in touch to find out how we can help you drive more traffic and convert more sales.