Happy Blogger Tip Tuesday! I’ve done a post about plug-ins that I love, but that was awhile ago, so I figured it was time for a little update. So for today’s tips, I’m sharing five great plugins for wordpress. As I’ve noted before, I use self-hosted wordpress, so if you are on blogger, these plugins might not be available — sorry!
- Coschedule. Remember how much I loved my editorial calendar? I love Coschedule more! Coschedule takes your standard editorial calendar and adds easy functionality to schedule social media posts (including posts to Pinterest!). It’s like a editorial calendar on steriods. The best thing is you can try it for free – and then it’s only 10$/month – totally worth it in my opinion!
- Comment Reply Notification. Don’t you love it when you comment on a blog and you have to go back to that blog to see if you got a reply? No, of course you don’t — no one does! Comment Reply Notification takes care of that — it’s a plugin that will email your reply to that awesome blog reader who left you a comment. It’s great and your readers will love it!
- Recipe Card. If you post recipes to your blog, you should definitely add this plugin. It takes your recipes and makes them easy to save and print for your readers. You can see it in action here.
- Revive Old Post. Do you ever see those “in case you missed it” tweets sharing older posts from some of your favorite bloggers? They aren’t shifting through their archives and posting things — they are using this plugin. You choose the frequency in which you want posts sent and the format. Easy as pie and a great way to get some of your older posts some love.
- Ultimate Nofollow. I talked about some tips for writing sponsored posts and mentioned this plugin there, but in case you missed it, I’m mentioning it again. It’s so easy and allows you to add nofollow links with ease. I highly recommend it!
What’d I miss? Shout out your favorite plugins in the comments!