Top 6 Best WordPress Plugins

Top 6 Best WordPress Plugins

I’m often on the hunt for WordPress plugins. Performance and functionality are main things to consider when selecting a plugin. If you select a plugin that is written poorly it could adversely affect you well your site loads. Plus, I can’t stand code that makes my browser throw JavaScript errors. Also, functionality is a consideration. A plugin could be awesome, but unless it does what you need it to do, it is useless. Here is a list of what I think are the top 6 best WordPress plugins.

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Structured Data WordPress Plugin

Structured Data WordPress Plugin

Major search engines use structured data to show rich and meaningful search results. For example, if you have an article published on your website, you can tell search engines exactly what the title, content or image is. This keeps the search engines from trying to guess what information on the page is important to the article. Schema.org was founded by Google, Microsoft, Yahoo, and Yandex in a collaborate effort to standardize the vocabulary used for structured data. In the past, structured data was typically added to the html. However, current implementations use JSON for Linking Data (JSON-LD). I wrote a structured data plugin for WordPress that I use on this site. It includes organizational, article and navigation schemas. While this won’t necessarily give you any better search ranking, it will help search engines show the information you want it to.

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