Plugins, plugins, plugins!
It’s one of the best (and at times worst) things about WordPress as there are some killer plugins that will make your WordPress-powered blog sing while there are times, especially as a developer and WordPress consultant, when you jump in the back-end of a client’s blog and *gasp* you find 1,000 of them installed with over half of them needing updates.
Yes, you know that you’ve seen those sites and the floor drops out from under you and you realize that there is no amount of money that you could be paid to “fix” this incredibly plugin-logged site.
But that’s not what this post is about – it’s about a sweet infographic showcasing the top 30 WordPress plugins by download count:
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