The Best Plugins and Tools for Food Bloggers with Andrew Wilder | The Food Blogger Pro Podcast

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The Best Plugins and Tools for Food Bloggers with Andrew Wilder | The Food Blogger Pro Podcast

by | Jan 12, 2022 | Free Wordpress Plugins | 0 comments

There are thousands and thousands of WordPress plugins out there… so which ones should you actually be using for your blog? Our WordPress Support Expert Andrew Wilder is here to help! In this video, he’s sharing his current list of go-to plugins for food bloggers, as well as a quick overview of which types of plugins he recommends staying away from.

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Here at Food Blogger Pro, we interview successful food bloggers and industry experts in an effort to surface strategies that can help you more efficiently grow and monetize your site. You’ll learn about recipe SEO, food photography, plugins, monetization, traffic, and more. Keep an eye out for new videos each week!

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🕘 00:42 Why it’s important to use a recipe plugin
🕘 01:53 Why you should regularly audit your plugins
🕘 06:43 What SEO plugin Andrew recommends using
🕘 07:29 What caching plugins do
🕘 13:44 Why he recommends using the Feast Plugin
🕘 16:32 What types of plugins he doesn’t recommend using

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» Curbly:
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» WP Rocket:
» Cloudflare:
» Eating Rules:
» The Feast Plugin:

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