Were you able to read Part 1 of the Top WordPress Plugins for Internet Marketers?

Did you make any sense of it all?

Is it possible that you already had each plugin already working on your WordPress blog? I decided to write that article (as well as this one) reviewing only the same plugins that I use on my own WordPress blog.

If you need a refresher, the link to Part 1 of the Top WordPress Plugins for Internet Marketers is at the end of this article.

To keep you waiting no longer, here is my list of the Top WordPress Plugins for Internet Marketers – Part 2 of 2.

Onlywire For WordPress -This is one of the plugins that I think you absolutely NEED to have working on your WordPress blog. After you upload the Onlywire plugin to your blog, it will instantaneously add your post to the different social bookmarking sites that you select. All that you need to do is make sure that the little check box under your blog post is marked before you hit “submit” in your WordPress backoffice.

Sociable – The Sociable Plugin is another social bookmarking gadget to have so that your readers will be able to share your posts with the rest of the world. It works a lot like Onlywire, except that each “bookmark” you make is done individually instead of all at once.

TweetMeme Retweet Button – The TweetMeme plugin allows you to easily use the TweetMeMe button in your WordPress blog posts so that you can automatically Tweet your blog post after you post it.

WP Super Cache – WP Super Cache is a caching plugin for WordPress. The way that it works is that it generates html files that are placed on a server without processing comparatively heavy PHP scripts.

If you are experiencing a slow load time, by using this plugin you will speed up your WordPress blog significantly.

WP Greet Box – This is one cool gadget to your blog. Ha! I love this one.

This plugin will show a different greeting message to your new visitors depending on where they came from.

For example, when a Digg user clicks through from Digg, they will see a message reminding them to Digg your post. Or if they come from Twitter, they will see a message suggesting them to “Tweet” the post and follow you on Twitter.

You can also set a default greeting message for new visitors asking them to subscribe to your RSS feed.

And I just learned this after reading about the WP Super cache, but this plugin and WP Super Cache are compatible so you don’t have to sacrifice any site loading speed.

Akismet – If there were just ONE anti-spam plugin for you to use, this would be the one. Download it. Period. You will see your spam traffic decrease dramatically.

Tie it together with Simple Trackback Validation plugin below, and you’re golden!

WordPress.com Stats – This is one of the first plugins I downloaded onto my blog – so we go back a long time. Oh, the memories…

Enabling WordPress stats to your blog will essentially be like it would if you were adding Akismet. You will need the same API key, so don’t lose it.

After you enable the WordPress stats, it will start crunching the data and begin telling you where your traffic is coming from and going to within a few minutes to an hour.

WordPress stats will also display all of your traffic information on just one page, as well as at the bottom of your dashboard page – but in a scaled down version.

Simple Trackback Validation – this plugin will check all of your incoming comments for spam links.

When a trackback is received, this plugin checks if the IP address of the sender is equal to the IP address of the webserver the link is referring back to. This will identify almost every spam link that spammers use with bots. Used in conjunction with Akismet, your blog should be near 100% spam free.

So there it is, all of my Top WordPress plugins for internet marketers.

Remember at the beginning of the article I promised you a link? Top WordPress Plugins-Part 1. These plugins will help to dramatically improve the SEO of your blog. But YOU still need a marketing plan. Register for my Prospect Attraction Guide & 7-Day Attraction Marketing Blueprint here at my blog.

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