October 9, 2012

7 Basic WordPress Plugins That Every Blog Should Have

In my post today I’m not going to make another collection of links but rather list just a few plugins that I’m using in my own blog. Of course, I haven’t added all of them from the very beginning. Depending on the task set before me I had to make some studies followed…

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