The Top 30 Most Popular Plugins

All in One SEO Pack got a shout out recently with this great infographic.  Earning the number one spot for most downloads, All in One SEO Pack has actually just passed the 14 million downloads mark.  This means we’ve had over 1 million downloads since that infographic was created.  We’re pretty proud to be listed amongst some really great plugins on that Top 30 list, and very excited to be one of only 2 plugins to reach 14 million downloads.

 

We’ve just released All in One SEO Pack v2.0 and the features now available for our already powerful plugin will provide users even more tools to improve their search engine results.

 

Upgrade to All in One SEO Pack v2.0 today to take advantage of these great features.  Better yet, upgrade to All in One SEO Pack Pro v2.1 to have access to the newest features available!

 

Top 30 WordPress Plugins

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Article written by Nina Gerrero

Nina joined Semper Fi after she moved down to North Carolina from Pittsburgh, PA two years ago. Her previous experiences in customer service and business administration, as well as her passion for professional excellence are the essence of her success. At Semper Fi, Nina provides administrative and sales support to the management staff and valued customers. Nina loves to bake and cook---one more reason to love her! She also loves to hang out with her beloved doggy Optimus Prime!

19 responses to “The Top 30 Most Popular Plugins”

  1. Amanda Murdoch

    Thanks for the infographic – great info – should one only use one plug in for contact forms or do you know if multiple contact form plug ins work okay?

    1. Steve Mortiboy

      Hi Amanda,

      It’s best to just use one plugin for all of your forms to keep things simple and avoid potential conflicts.

  2. Hafis

    Guys, you have developed a great plugin. It really saved me 100+ hours through my 4+ years of blogging life.

  3. haskee

    These are not doubt tested and super dooper plugin really worth!!

  4. Anaelle

    Hello dear Nina,

    And thank you so much for this very helpfull plugin presentation, I have actually found 4 or 5 of them that I did not know about and we’ll be very useful to my blog. 🙂

    I have a question though, I don’t understand how buddy press works exactly, but I would love to open a social meeting point to offer to my futur readers. Can it be added to an already existing blog? (hope you will excuse my bad english… I am french) ! ^^

    Have an excellent day
    Anaelle

    1. Steve Mortiboy

      Hi Anaelle,

      Check out http://buddypress.org/ for more information about BuddyPress. This is a plugin and just like any other plugin you can install it on your existing site.

  5. yakup

    cool

  6. Martin Bourne

    I’m happy to capture your article and I am looking forward to more of your article.I would like to express my support to your idea in your article. Cheers.

  7. Wahyu

    great article, i am enjoy using this all plugin to my site. although i am newbie. and if posible some time i want to copy your image to my site to promoting your plugins

  8. saurabh

    Have been using some of these plugins, but some are quite new for me.
    Thanks for such wonderful information. Going to try the new ones.

  9. sam dreadthug

    Great list, But I believe that WordPress Importer has many downloads but it rarely does what it is intended to do.n Not satisfied with wordpress importer but rest are super duper cool.

  10. Cristina

    I just updated this plugin. I was having trouble making it compatible with my theme. I asked Support for help and they were FANTASTIC!! Nina was so prompt in responding and making the fixes as quick as she could so my readers wouldn’t notice. Can’t tell you how much I appreciated it. The Support team at Semper rocks!

  11. Tuan

    Thanks for a great article, Nina.

    In our days I see it’s normal to have “Page Builder” in the list of standard plugins. I guess it’d be included in the list for 2014 Year. “Page Builder” makes the administration process much more easier.

  12. Dante

    Very very nice!!! Thanks for sharing! 😉

  13. Peter

    Hey Tuan,

    What is Page Builder?

    I’m interested in knowing more if possible!

    Thanks,
    Pete

  14. Steve

    Thanks for this list. There are some on here that I didn’t knoiw about that will make my life easier.

  15. Satish Kumar Ithamsetty

    Dear Nina Gerrero,

    Excellent Infographic presentation on list of Plugins. I am using nearly 15 plugins in the list. I love this article. I will install remaining plugins in my blog.

    Thank you

    regards
    Satish Kumar Ithamsetty

  16. John Miller

    Thank you Nina for that cool list! Are you planning to publish an update of this list soon?

    We recently released a FREE plugin which allows to add social icons to a website: https://wordpress.org/plugins/ultimate-social-media-icons/

    We think it’s the best one on the market 🙂 and user feedback seems to confirm that: in less than 4 months we got over 60k downloads, >280 5-star-reviews and an overall rating of 4.9/5.0.

    If you also like us – why not include us in your (future) list as well? 🙂

    Thank you!!

    John

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