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Top 10 WordPress Plugins

Top 10 WordPress plug-ins for blogging

Gary Woodfine

Freelance Full Stack Developer at threenine.co.uk
Helps businesses by improving their technical proficiencies and eliminating waste from the software development pipelines.

A unique background as business owner, marketing, software development and business development ensures that he can offer the optimum business consultancy services across a wide spectrum of business challenges.

A top 10 list of any sort is purely subjective, for instance the top 10 music charts are based on sales following a set of criteria, they don’t necessarily relate to all the music people are actually buying, and there are top 10 charts for every genre. In fact there are literally 100’s of top 10 music charts. In much the same vein there are 1000’s of top 10 WordPress plug-in charts.

In all honesty, maybe the title of this post should be Top 10 WordPress plug-ins for a freelance software developer blog, but I feel that loses some panache and besides Google doesn’t like long titles. So I’ve gone with the punchy title.

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