Top 10 best wordpress plugins

Based on our collective decades of experience with WordPress and WordPress plugins, we curated a list of the best WordPress plugins for key features that all WordPress sites need, broken down into 38 different categories. You won’t end up using every single plugin. However, by the end of this post, we guarantee that you’ll discover some high-quality plugins to improve your WordPress site.

1. UpdraftPlus

UpdraftPlus is the most popular free WordPress backup plugin, thanks in large part to its reliability and integration with a range of cloud storage providers, including Google Drive, Amazon S3, and many others.

You can back up your site manually or also set up an automatic schedule. You can also create partial backups (e.g. just your database) and schedule different parts of your site to back up on different frequencies (such as backing up your database every and your files once per week).
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2. Duplicator

Duplicator is primarily known as one of the best WordPress migration plugins, but it also makes a great option for backups (especially if you purchase the premium plugin).

With the free version, you can download a copy of your site to your local computer as two simple files. With the Pro version, you get useful features such as off-site cloud storage, scheduled backups, support for larger websites, and more.
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3. BlogVault

If you have a WooCommerce store or dynamic site, it also supports real-time incremental backups so that you can instantly back up changes as they happen and never lose data.
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4. MemberPress

You can create unlimited membership levels and use them to restrict access to some or all of your site’s content. You’ll also get advanced restriction options such as content dripping and expiration.

You can accept payments via the built-in integrations, along with options to create coupons.
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5. Restrict Content Pro

Restrict Content Pro is a well-coded and extensible membership plugin that originally came from the same team behind Easy Digital Downloads, but was later acquired by Liquid Web.

It doesn’t offer quite as many features as MemberPress, but it includes everything you need to create unlimited free or paid membership levels and use those levels to restrict access to content on your site.

You’ll also get other useful features such as content dripping, discount codes, customizable member emails, and more.
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6. WP Cerber

WP Cerber is a freemium WordPress security plugin that offers a comprehensive approach to WordPress security.

It can help you prevent security issues on your site in the first place via its firewall and built-in security hardening rules, such as limiting login attempts.

Then, it can also help you check for any issues on your site via its malware scanning and file integrity checking.

Finally, it also includes tons of anti-spam tools, including geo-blocking options that let you block problematic countries or regions.
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7. Wordfence

Wordfence is the most popular WordPress security plugin. It offers a full-service approach to security, with basic hardening rules, a proactive firewall, and malware/security scanning.

You’ll also get access to other useful features, such as two-factor authentication for your WordPress account.

Best of all, pretty much all the features are free. The one caveat is that new firewall and malware definitions are delayed by 30 days in the free version. For real-time rule updates, you need the paid version.
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8. Convert Pro

Convert Pro is a WordPress popup plugin that’s primarily focused on helping you create email opt-in popups to grow your lists. It helps you create all different kinds of popups, including modal popups, notification bars, welcome mats, and more.

You’ll get tons of pre-built templates as well as a drag-and-drop builder to customize everything (or build your designs from scratch).
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9. Elementor Popup Builder

Elementor Popup Builder is a feature in the Elementor Pro plugin, which will also make an appearance later on this list. It lets you use Elementor’s visual, drag-and-drop interface to build literally any type of popup, from email opt-ins to calls to actions (CTAs), contact forms, login forms, and lots more.

You’ll also get detailed targeting and trigger rules to control exactly where and when your popups appear, and you can create different types of popup designs, including modal popups, notification bars, slide-ins, and others.
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10. WooCommerce

WooCommerce is the most popular WordPress eCommerce plugin and also just plain the most popular way to make an eCommerce store — even more popular than Shopify.

It’s a full-service eCommerce plugin so it covers everything that you need to run a store, from managing products to accepting payments and more. 

If you can’t find a built-in feature for what you want to do, you can always extend the core plugin with thousands of free and paid WooCommerce plugins.
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