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  • cformsII – go to to download zip file to your computer, then upload into plugins via upload link. (see “install plugins” pic –>)  cformsII can be intimidating at first, but it’s all very logical if you think your steps through.  Some clients use this for their “Coaching Request” questionnaire, others for their client “Work Out Log.”
  • WP Greet Box – I like this because it gives a greeting to the visitor, and reminds them to subscribe to my RSS feed.
  • Do Follow – The plugin lets you remove the evil no-follow attribute from your comments.  And we like to share the love, so… do follow!
  • Disqus Comment System – Way cool commenting, and importing of mentions of your post from other sites, ie. Twitter, Facebook, etc.  You’ll need to set up an account at Disqus first – then check your settings in WordPress.
  • Google XML Sitemaps – Because Google likes sites/blogs that are neat and pretty with sitemaps.  Don’t be caught without one.
  • Raw HTML capability – sometimes you need to put code in a post and wordpress tries to strip your code – highly annoying – with this plugin, you just tick the box and wordpress will leave it alone.
  • ShareThis – neat and tidy way of sharing your content with the world.  I like ShareThis because of it’s uncluttered look.
  • Similar Posts – will add 3, 5, or however many similar posts with the same tags to the bottom of your post.
  • TweetMeme – this is that cute little “retweet” box by your posts that enables the reader to only click once to retweet.
  • Stats – You will become addicted to this feature! Stats gives you real-time data regarding your site/blog… how many visitors, where they came from, what search terms they used to find you…etc.
  • Yoast Breadcrumbs – if your site is “deep”, meaning you have multiple levels of navigation, you’ll definitely want breadcrumbs to show your readers where they are.
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