Below are a few of my favorite plugins I invariably use almost every site transfer.
- Akamai – By far the best spam blocking plugin out there. You can get it for free on your personal blog, but throw them a few bucks at least for their hard work.
- Digg Digg - A cool social plugin that is clean and easy to integrate
- WP-DB-Backup - Backup your site automatically on a weekly schedule with this plugin. Always be ready for that asteroid
- WPTouch - This adds a sleek/stylish mobile (iOS) looking view to your site when mobile viewers hit your site
- Theme Test Drive - If you’ve ever wanted to test a new theme out or setup a new theme without screwing up your current users, this plugin is for you
- WP sIFR - Use any font anywhere on your site. The load time is a little slow, but worth it if you’re going for a certain look with your fonts
- Permalink Finder Plugin - An excellent tool for anyone who has recently converted to blogger and may have some strange permalinks that need auto-redirecting to the new wordpress structure to find the post
- Search Regex - Allows users to search and replace the entire database or use regular expressions to search on
- Broken Link Checker - Monitors your site and warns the admin of any broken links that may occur
- Levels2Categories - Great for multi-user setup by site admin to allow only users with a defined level to be able to post on a chosen category
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