WordPress Plugin Stack

Curated & categorized directory of WordPress plugins

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@dredurr The Plugin Stack is just something they added to their site, probably to drive more people to their site to hire them.
@dredurr Some of the plugins are free, some are paid. I built this stack to help others find the best WordPress plugins in less time, instead of researching for themselves.
@gmgrimley You're exactly right. This stack is a way to drive relevant traffic to our website, and it's also a helpful tool to people using WordPress. WebsiteCareWP offers WordPress support & maintenance services to people/companies that don't have the time and/or expertise to take care of the variety of maintenance tasks.
Great list. Something that might make it even more exciting is to have a curated stack of plugins that play well together in different scenarios / use cases. For example, a blogger with 1 digital product and several opt in upgrades, with a focus on list building, might use: EDD Opt in Panda WordFence UpdraftPlus Instagram Feed AddThis WP Super Cache Yoast (note) I haven't personally used this combination of plugins - I'm just choosing from the current list. Or, a group of plugins that play well together to create a simple membership site, or a small ecommerce store, etc. I think the possibilities could be endless & could really make this page (or pages) on this website a great 'go to resource' for people as they're creating new WP sites, with the potential of many still upgrading to work with Website Care WP
@lahara This is a fantastic idea! Even though we took time to curate plugins in specific categories, it would definitely be helpful to select the type of website you are building, THEN see a curated list of plugins that are ideal for that type of website. Thank you! Keep an eye out for this in the near future :)
Hi everyone, I'm excited to share the WordPress Plugin Stack with the community today! I've been designing and developing websites on WordPress for 6+ years now, and would find myself searching for plugins on every new build. I initially started putting together a list in Trello, and eventually decided to build this resource page. It's saved me time, and I figured it would help others that are building websites on WordPress. The goal is to constantly add new plugins to this list, as I find more great plugins. Thanks for hunting the stack @_jacksmith !
cool product, providing some curation to the overwhelming number of wordpress plugins
Curious Tyrel + Garrett, what's the long-term vision? Sifting through plugins for all types of software is such a pain in the ass.
@zachtratar Well the long term vision for this stack is simple; we plan on constantly adding plugins that we discover in the future. We have some other ideas for free tools/resources for the WordPress community that we want to develop, it's just a matter of time.