October 6, 2012

Five WordPress Plug-Ins That Every Blogger Must Have

WordPress is the blogging platform of choice of most bloggers. It is easy to use (setting up an account can be done in a few minutes) and has extensive customization settings (great news if you are a web designer or developer). Ready-made themes are all over the Internet, and a lot of plug-ins are available…

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