Today i selected for you 10+ must have Social WordPress plugins to run on your website. The best wordpress plugins that every blogger have to use. This plugins are too useful for your blog, some will enhance your blog with some cool features and some will give the opportunity to your website visitors to stay connected with your and share your content.
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10+ Must Have Social WordPress Plugins
known as ‘social bling’. You can place it before, after, or before and after each post. Social Sharing Toolkit is both clean and useful – as easy it gets.
Twitter Follow Button and Facebook subscribe buttons
the Twitter follow button and Facebook subscribe button are two of the most indispensable things for bloggers still though we believe.
Tweet Old Post does exactly what it says. You can customize the date range and categories to pull old posts from. You can even exclude certain categories as well.
As we are going forward in 2012, not having your blog optimized for the millions of iPhone, Android and other smartphone users is definitely not an option we found. One of the best solutions out there is definitely WP Touch.
Handy solution every blogger should know about is a plugin called Social Metrics. It gives you a slick dashboard inside your WordPress interface, and allows you to track and compare how well each of your posts perform on Social Media.
With the super easy to handle Social Media widget, you will be able to do exactly that and display any Social Networking profile you can think of. Best part: What is super handy with this plugin, is that you are even able to create your own icons of Social Media accounts and personalize the look and feel much more.
Digg Digg Powerful social sharing buttons
Digg Digg makes it super easy to add a floating share bar to your blogpost, just like Mashable for example. You can also choose to add buttons either before or after your posts with the plugin.
The plugin is used and trusted by some of the biggest bloggers out there, including Tim Ferris or Eric Ries. It also offers some great customization options, to be either displayed at the top of your page or at the bottom.
The plugin also comes with the option to be installed for a great number of other blogging platforms such as tumblr or as a standalone for any website. It is overall a most solid solution for your blog.
The Slide is a simple plugin that slides into your page, halfway through an article, just like the New York Times has for example.
Which plugin is your favorite of the above?
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