10 Best WordPress Plugins To Get More Traffic

If you are a website owner the only thing that you desire for is a good amount of traffic to your website. You might even be writing good quality content but people can’t find your website because you aren’t doing your homework.

Here are some epic WordPress plugins which will help you get more traffic to your website and also boost the user engagement on your site.

1. Social Warfare

Social Warfare plugin helps you get your content shared the way you want it to be shared. It will help you get more shares and drive more traffic to your website. It is also beautiful, lighting fast and doesn’t slow down your website.

2. Revive Old Post (Former Tweet Old Post)

This plugin will help you keep your old posts alive by automatically sharing them and driving more traffic to them from various social networks. This helps you promote your content without eating away your precious time. You can also set the sharing interval and number of posts to be shared to drive more traffic.

3. OptinMonster

The main goal of any business is to convert their website visitors into potential customers by making use of email newsletters. It is a well-known fact that nearly fifty to sixty percent of your online visitors will never come back to your website unless they have subscribed to your posts. It is at this situation where the best popup and lead generation plugin comes to your rescue.

4. Yoast WordPress SEO

Yoast SEO is the best WordPress SEO plugin which offers the most comprehensive set of tools to optimize your website for search engines. It allows you to add meta tags, XML sitemaps, breadcrumbs navigation, and even import your Google search console data into WordPress.

See my guide on how to install and setup Yoast SEO in WordPress for step by step instructions.

5. IFTTT

IFTTT gives you the flexibility to schedule updates for your social media profiles. You can automatically add your WordPress posts to the Buffer queue. Thus, you can fully automate your social media sharing strategies to be performed after publishing a post.

6. Inline Related Posts

Inline Related Posts lets you insert related posts within your content automatically thereby capturing the reader’s attention immediately.

7. Popular Posts Bar Widget

Show what’s hot in your blog right now with this WordPress Widget, inspired by the fine folks at Engadget. Don’t confuse it with the ‘most popular posts’ plugins out there, all they do is extract the highest comment count of all-time, with Popular Posts Bar, you can show the trending posts by comments or views in say, the last 7 days.

8. Commentator

Commentator WordPress Plugin is a fully featured ajaxified comments system for your WordPress website that lets you easily supercharge your discussions.

9. Social Locker for WordPress

Social Locker WordPress plugin allows you to lock your most valuable blog content behind a set of social buttons until the visitor likes, shares, +1s or tweets your page. It greatly helps you to improve the social performance of your website by getting more likes and shares, build quality followers and attract more traffic from social networks.

10. AMP

AMP is an open source initiative spearheaded by Google, that aims to provide mobile optimized content that can load instantly everywhere. AMP is a way to build web pages for static content that can render faster than normal mobile websites. Adopting AMP for your WordPress website will help you rank better than competitors with clunky websites in search results page.

Thus I hope this article helped you in finding the best WordPress plugins to drive more traffic to your website. You may also want to check out why you need a CDN for your WordPress site.

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