30 Best WordPress Plugins to use in 2019 [Infographic]

WordPress is a content management system used to build websites.

Plugins play main role in building a website whether it is a blog or an e-commerce website.

There are so many in-built features in WordPress that we don’t need any coding background to develop the website.

There are plugins which when directly put in the themes start their functioning without applying any head-scratching technique.

Also Read: How to create WordPress theme without knowledge of code?

Below is a list of 30 best plugins which are most popular.

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I hope this infographic explains the overview of these following plugin list.

If you have any other list or any plugin which you think should be added in this list, share in the comment section.

Infographic source: Pinterest

6 thoughts on “30 Best WordPress Plugins to use in 2019 [Infographic]”

  1. I have tried a lot of these plugins over the years, but gradually got rid of them after my blog started to feel bloated. That being said, many of them are absolutely essential — especially the ones related to SEO and cache/speed.

    I may also re-evaluate some of the others mentioned and see if it’s feasible to add to my library.

    Thanks for the awesome graph 😉
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    1. Hello Vashishtha,

      I am using Jetpack lite version alongwith Google’s Analytics. I think Google has already given us a great tool which we can rely upon but I am definitely considering having one or two paid tools and will surely check out premium features of jetpack as well.

      Thanks for the appreciation and for stopping by, hope to see you again 🙂
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