Interesting WordPress Plugins
Written by: Eileen Lonergan
My friend Maureen Calo is the BEST at finding tools and plugins that make your life a little bit easier and your website a little bit more interesting. I want to take a moment to pass along a few cool things she has shared with me recently:
- Springpad – I think that Springpad is fairly similar to Evernote, but I never really got into Evernote. Springpad has a Pinterest type layout, lets you add all sorts of lists, check things off when you finish, follow people and collaborate privately. Maureen and I use Trello for a lot of projects that we work on together, I think Springboard may be a better platform.
- Subtle Backgrounds – I have been a fan of the website for a long time, but did you know that you can get the plugin and test as many as you want?
- Supreme Google Webfonts – I know that there is another Google Fonts plugin that everyone uses, but this one, in my opinion, is much easier.
- Wayback Machine – this grabs old versions of websites! Maureen found this after we had launched a new site and I was bummed that I forgot to take a before screen shot.
Do you have a favorite plugin to share? If so let me know, I appreciate it!
PS Maureen and I met in the Expand2Web Experts Group – a virtual group that shares everything from code, to ideas on getting new clients. In addition to developing a professional relationship with Maureen I have worked with many other members of the group on various projects. If you are looking to learn and share about WordPress, web design and internet marketing, check out the group, we would love to have you.