What are some premium WordPress plugins worth investing in?


(Anil Anvesh) #1

Dear All,

I’m running a tech blog where I write about mobiles, apps and PC software. Suggest me some premium WordPress plugins worth investing in?

(Pavan Kulkarni) #2


  1. Elementor
  2. Yoast
  3. MailChimp any Service of Newsletter providers Plugin

I would invest in these plugins more and i will also suggest to others.

(Rohith Vodapally) #3

Mostly Preferred Plugin Is Yoast :slight_smile:
And Also You Can Share Your Niche, so that i can suggest you based on your niche :wink:

(Anil Anvesh) #4

Mine is a tech blog on mobiles, apps and PC software

(Pradeep Kumar) #5

These are the ‘active’ premium WordPress Plugins we are using for our Slashsquare network bro:

1. Yoast SEO Premium

2. ThirstyAffiliates (+ all their Add-ons)

3. WP Rich Snippet

4. Inline Related Posts PRO

5. VaultPress

6. WP Coupons

7. WP Rocket

We are planning to buy some more from CodeCanyon and other sources, we will allocate a budget separately for this year. :slight_smile:

(Anil Anvesh) #6


When Yoast SEO is giving internal linking suggestions why should go for Inline Related Posts Pro?
Can you clarify?

(Pradeep Kumar) #7

Bro, “Inline Related Posts Pro” helps you to display such “Related Posts” inside the articles:

They have Call-to-Action buttons like “READ” here, we can customize the color, and they have a few more templates as well. :slight_smile:

(Nithin.Sai) #9

I don’t know why we need Yoast SEO. It just recommend Related Posts.

(Pradeep Kumar) #10

There are plenty of advantages for using Yoast SEO Premium plugin, it’s not necessarily a must-have plugin, but if you have the budget, you should definitely try it. :slight_smile: