How To Improve your blog performance with these wordpress plugins

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If you are reading this blog post then sure you have created a new blog using WordPress and of course searching how to improve your WordPress blog performance.
Wordpress is the most commonly used CMS used for blogging or personal websites, even nowadays WordPress is also used for e-commerce websites using that we can discuss later.
Every day a new plugin is added to WordPress directory so now the problem is which suits you best in regards to functionality and features.
Without waste, any seconds we are here to you help in that case to select which plugins are best to use for new WordPress blog/website-
Here is the list-
1-Yoast SEO
An SEO plugin is a must for every WordPress blog to rank high in search engines. This plugin is very effective and powerful for search engine optimization.
This plugin will fulfill all your needs for on-page SEO.
The plugin comes with the both free and premium version.
XML Sitemaps
site breadcrumbs
Title and meta description templating
Content & SEO analysis
Snippet preview

2-Smush Image Compression and Optimization
To gain more visibility on your WordPress blog you need to add images with each post but sometimes images are very big and that can slow down page speed.
So what Sumsh will do is to compress images and optimize them so the page will load fast.
The plugin comes with the both free and premium version.
Using free version you can compress/optimize only 50 Images at once.
Features provided are-
Lossless Compression
Lazy Loader
Image Resizing
Directory Smush
and many more.

3-W3 Total Cache
As per its name, W3 total cache plugin will improve the user experience of your WordPress blogs by decreasing page load time using multiple features like CDN, enabling Cache, gzip compression,
and other latest best practices.


Compatible with shared hosting, virtual private/dedicated servers, and dedicated servers/clusters
CDN integration
Mobile support
Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) support
Secure Socket Layer (SSL) support
Caching of (minified and compressed) pages and posts
Caching of (minified and compressed) CSS and JavaScript
Caching of feeds (site, categories, tags, comments, search results)
Caching of search results pages (i.e. URIs with query string variables)
Caching of database objects
Caching of objects
Caching of fragments
Minification of posts and pages and feeds
Minification of inline, embedded or 3rd party JavaScript (with automated updates)
Minification of inline, embedded or 3rd party CSS (with automated updates)
Browser caching using cache-control, future expire headers and entity tags (ETag) with “cache-busting”
JavaScript grouping by template (home page, post page, etc) with embed location control
Non-blocking JavaScript embedding
Import post attachments directly into the Media Library (and CDN)
WP-CLI support for cache purging, query string updating and more
Caching statistics for performance insights

4-UpdraftPlus WordPress Backup Plugin

your WordPress website /blogs files and database backups are worth the entire investment you’ve made in your website. At someday when you WordPress website get hacked or something goes wrong with an update, your server crashes or your hosting company goes disappear – without good backups, you lose everything.

This plugin helps in taking backup your files and database backups into the cloud and restore with a single click whenever you want.
You can take backup directly into the cloud directly to Dropbox, Google Drive, Amazon S3 (or compatible), UpdraftVault, Rackspace Cloud, FTP, DreamObjects, Openstack Swift, and email.

Backing up and Restores
Backs up to more cloud options
Allows you to set up automatic backup schedules

5-Comments – wpDiscuz
If you are getting bored from default WordPress comment functionality and want something new then this will add wings to your comments functionality.

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