The AdSense for Content scheme dominates my thoughts, perhaps because, for many sites, it is the main earner. But AdSense Referrals can also bring significant income, and the product list has grown tremendously from the original Google product line.
I have called the first part Essential Plug-ins. These are ones that any self-respecting WordPress web business needs. Some may have alternatives. I have selected ones that I know work. If you know of alternatives that you think are better, please let me know.
I noticed one or two that I rely on, but haven’t mentioned in this blog, so I will mention them now.
Today I found a better forms handler, reminded myself about the importance of backups, and found a potential method for making plug-in management much easier.
Contact Pages are important for any web site, but crucial for a credible web business site. My current method works fine on standard contact forms, but to build a business web site, you also need surveys, polls, and all manner of related feedback mechanisms.
UTW is a fine, well respected plug-in, but Ultimate Tag Warrior URL rewriting has driven me crazy.
I need my WordPress Tags, and I want them right. I started writing about them in my last post, and I have plenty more to say – mainly from a site management point of view, but also many technical tips.