5 Must-Have WordPress Plugins for 2014

If your website is built on WordPress keep reading, these five (mostly) free superlative plugins will
enhance your site in no time. #TGIF


  1. OptinMonster – Gain more subscribers.
    Let visitors to your website leave something behind, in this case their email address and an opt-in to your e-newsletter. OptinMonster helps you gain subscribers with highly customizable opt-in forms and specific targeting options. See what works for your visitors with A/B testing and helpful insights available within your account. Optin today!

  1. Highlighter by SummoMe – Click-to-share!
    It’s as simple as a highlight and a click for visitors to get what they’re seeing on your site to their Twitter and Facebook followers. Any text on your page becomes shareable with a highlight and a click, it’s that simple!

  2. CoSchedule – The all-inclusive content calendar.
    CoSchedule offers a beautifully designed drag-and-drop editorial calendar for all your social media and blog organizational needs. Schedule a blog post and social media messages to go along with it simultaneously without having to open a separate platform.

  1. nrelate – Give them more.
    The nrelate Related Content and nrelate Flyout plugins present viewers of your website with content specifically related to the material they’re currently viewing, allowing more exposure to all of your blog posts. The difference between the two is the Flyout does exactly as it says, the related content slides out from the bottom corner while the former remains stable at the bottom or top of all your posts. This is probably the easiest WordPress Related Content Plugin to setup, only takes about five minutes.

  2. Sociable  - Sharing is caring.
    Never let users to your site miss an opportunity to share your content quickly. Sociable has two plugins to choose from, Sociable Skyscraper and Sociable Classic, both give readers the chance to share your content all in an attractive customizable toolbar featuring the social media platform icons of your choice.

Are you currently using any of these plugins? Let us know in the comments which ones and how they’ve improved your website!

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