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If you are reading this, I guess you love working with WordPress. Well, we all do.

Among its most noted advantages come simplicity, high level of security and extendibility.

Today, we’ll speak about the latter by reviewing some popular WordPress plugins which enable the extendibility of WordPress CMS.

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    Maeva Cifuentes

    5 days ago #

    Why Jetpack? There is such a big overlap with CF7, Yoast and Social Icons?

    • SA

      Soner Alemdar

      4 days ago #

      Hi Maeva, thanks for asking! Jetpack is used by 2.6 Million users according to this: https://trends.builtwith.com/websitelist/Jetpack, so we believe it's worth mentioning ;)

      • MC

        Maeva Cifuentes

        4 days ago #

        Not the technical one here, but just by reading your post I've noticed the overlap. Someone told me to keep a website as light as possible so it felt a bit counterproductive using multiple plugins with the same functionalities.

    • SA

      Soner Alemdar

      about 22 hours ago #

      Hi Maeva, thanks for your valuable comment. When we review plugins/apps, we tend to be objective and share the ones that we believe can help the users. Sometimes, competitive plugins with the same functionality can appear in our posts. Most plugins offer free trial so we suggest that you install 1-2 plugins from the same category, test them and decide which one is useful for your website. Good luck :)

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