If you're creating an Online Business and depending on search engines to drive traffic to your content, understanding what your audience is searching for, and making sure that the content you create is aligned with that specific need is paramount.
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WordPress is easily the most widely-used and powerful blogging platform available, and a large part of its success is due to the wide array of plugins that are offered to those who use it.
On the one hand, plugins can provide a great deal of functionality and can benefit your site in quite a few ways, helping you to combat spam, getting Google to index your page and improving your page's overall load time.
There is no doubt that these are all great advantages, but there are some cases where you should think twice about using certain plugins.