WordPress Blog Plugins That Pay for Themselves (Many Times Over) ©

One of the most important reasons Canadian businesses choose WordPress for their domain blog, is the many choices of quality plugins. Plugins can add a vast array of features to your blog, including those that facilitate monetization and overall business success.

While there are many free WordPress plugins, it’s important to choose the ones you can rely on for updates and long-term availability. Purchasing plugins often guarantees updates and support for as long as you require it. That’s a critical point when you’re using a plugin for crucial functions, such as a shopping cart, affiliate program, or membership site. Otherwise, you risk losing functionality every time you update WordPress.

Following are a few popular plugins that will help you do business and make money with your WordPress blog or website content management system. All are reasonably priced and include a 100% guarantee.

Blog Plugins That Pay for Themselves Many Times Over

LinkTrackr Plugin – Easily cloak, track, test and manage hundreds of affiliate promotions from one central web-based software. Linktrackr works on your website or WordPress blog. It’s the choice of many super-affiliates, including Armand Morin, Michael Fortin, Amish Shah, Mike Filsaime, and John Chow. Free 30-day trial.

Affilink Plugin – Easily manage affiliate links in WordPress blogs (auto-link, cloaking, etc.) with the plugin that top bloggers are raving about. Affilinker automatically converts keywords into profitable affiliate links using Javascripts that are non-indexable by search engines. You control the affiliate link placement on blog posts, pages, and in the comment section. You can make blog monetization pop with colourful, interactive affiliate links that your visitors will want to click. Offers three plan levels to suit any size business (Platinum comes with six viral traffic eBooks). Includes use for an unlimited number of sites and free lifetime updates.

Datafeedr – Automatically embed an affiliate store in your WordPress blog.

Wishlist Member Plugin – Paid membership management system. Powerful, yet easy to use plugin that can turn any WordPress blog into a fully featured membership site. Complete with protected, members-only content, member management, unlimited membership levels, and shopping cart integration. Integrates with: Aweber, MailChimp, Autoresponse Plus, Interspire Email Marketing, and GetResponse, and it includes a generic option that allows for integration with additional auto-responders. Single or multi-site licenses available and free updates for a year.

PushButton SEO Plugin – One of the few WordPress SEO plug-ins we’ve seen that is fully featured and ethical (white hat), yet it’s simple to use each and every search engine optimization technique without annoying visitors. It pulls related keywords, searches, and incoming keywords. Helps to optimize posts and the entire website with scoring, reporting, and a progress meter. Nurture your internal linking structure with SEO target pages, easy internal linking, and link leveraging. PushButton SEO then goes a giant step beyond it’s competitors by adding content creation and curation features, including video, pictures, related blog and news posts, and authority links. Single, multi, and enterprise licensing options. Includes lifetime upgrades.

SEOPressor Plugin – This all-in-one search engine optimization plugin actually updates with Google algorithm changes to ensure compliance and optimal placement.  Features include real-time evaluation and recommendations to improve site content for SEO, over-optimization check, automatic rich snippets, latent semantic indexing analysis, automatic smart-linking, and social search engine optimization.

WordBay Plugin – Bring niche-targeted eBay products into your website or blog post with this easy plugin. Supports the eBay Partner Network, Skimlinks and Viglink.

InstantAzon WordPress plugin – Build Amazon affiliate eCommerce websites or ads in minutes.

Tribulant Plugins – Offers a variety of premium WordPress plugins, including a plugin bundle, banner rotator, shopping cart, newsletter, slideshow, FAQ, Lightbox JS, etc. All plugins are guaranteed and purchase includes customer support.

Learn More About Blogging

If you’re new to blogging and want to get off to a roaring start, check out the Blog by Number ebook and course. It’s designed to take you through the entire process of starting, maintaining and marketing a blog.

Comment on Canadians Internet BusinessWhich WordPress plugin brings in the most money from your blog? We’d love to hear about your favourites in the comments below.

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17 Responses to "WordPress Blog Plugins That Pay for Themselves (Many Times Over) ©"

  1. Shristi  April 13, 2016

    Such a Useful Plugin thank U for Sharing such a nice Info with us… it’s Nice post

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  2. Henry Handler  May 19, 2013

    Plugins are such an economical way to add features and income to wordpress. They’re easy to use and you don’t need an expensive programmer. I’d be lost without htem!

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  3. Shawna A  May 4, 2013

    A lot of blogs miss out on the income potential of blogs because they don’t look into the options plugins provide beyond bells and whistles. That goes for any CMS, like WordPress, Drupal and so on. These plugins should get them thinking in the right direction and show them just how lucrative blogging and other web properties can be!

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  4. Nancy  April 27, 2013

    Magnificent job! If I stick with you I may be a star…a rich star even. 😉 😀

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  5. Henrick  April 24, 2013

    Excellent choices without the technical lingo to make it confusing. Great site too.

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  6. Danzia  April 23, 2013

    WOW! So much potential for blog riches, I had no idea (as my bank account proves). LOL

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  7. Donny  April 22, 2013

    Thank you so much for these plugin suggestions and for this excellent site!

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  8. Vestor  April 21, 2013

    There’s a few I’d like to try. I hope they play well together. 🙂

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  9. Janice O  April 21, 2013

    Thanks for mentioning WPMU, they have everything I need and more. When my blogs are ready I’m going to sign up.

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  10. Karen  April 18, 2013

    I’ve used three blog programs and I’m loving WordPress the most. The options are countless they keep it updated. I can’t wait to take these plugins for a spin all the way to the bank. 😉

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  11. John ~ Toronto  April 16, 2013

    I really like the sound of AFflink and I will look into it further after work. Thanks for the list.

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  12. Marilee  April 15, 2013

    Thanks for your plugin recommendations, I’ll check them out.

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  13. Sherry  April 14, 2013

    The ROI is limitless if we use available tools. It’s challenging to choose from the countless plugins available but a good one is worth every penny.

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  14. Jon  April 13, 2013

    Great plugins! I use some free plugins but I’m always worried they’ll stop working. Guaranteed updates & support would be a dream……when I can afford it.

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  15. Roseanna  April 12, 2013

    Thanks for the options, it’s amazing what plugins can turn a simple blog into.

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  16. Jayson  April 12, 2013

    We pay for our most important plug ins which is our shopping cart and a couple of others. The support for them has been exceptional and it’s saved our a*s more than once.

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  17. Wesley21  April 12, 2013

    Afflink looks great but I’m worried about the search engines. I gu3ess if all the blogs they mention are using it it must be fine.

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