Monday, February 4, 2013

Top 30 Most Popular WordPress Plugins (Infographic)

WordPress is the engine that drives over 150 million blogs on the World Wide Web. It is open source software that provides access for developers to create add on-ons (plugins) that increases its functionality for users with a few clicks. It was first released on May 27, 2003, by founders Matt Mullenweg and Mike Little. At last count there were over 22,000 plugin available to download.

 One of the reasons it is used by many people as a blogging platform is that it is easy to use without having to be a programmer. It has become the de-facto blogging software for bloggers that imagine and dream that one day they can monetize their knowledge and escape their day job and pursue their passion. Turning a blog into revenue can be achieved a variety of ways such as on-site advertising, packaging your knowledge and selling it as an online course or as the core web portal that opens up business opportunities. Click to See infographic bigger - 
below per Jeff Bullas WordPress Most Popular Plugins
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