Interesting WordPress Plugins and websites for SEO, Web Marketing and your every day work

by Sante J. Achille on August 6, 2008. Updated June 18, 2010 · 11 comments

WordPress Resources & plugins for Search Engine Optimization, Web Marketing, or just everyday work from Sante

  • WordPress Plugins  StatPress « Plugins for your WordPress Blog – The real-time plugin dedicated to the management of statistics about blog visits. It collects information about visitors, spiders, search keywords, feeds, browsers etc. Once the plugin StatPress has been activated it immediately starts to collect statistics information. Using StatPress you could spy your visitors while they are surfing your blog or check which are the preferred pages, posts and categories. In the Dashboard menu you will find the StatPress page where you could look up the statistics (overview or detailed). StatPress also includes a widget one can possibly add to a sidebar (or easy PHP code if you can’t use widgets!).
  • WordPress Plugins: Twitterdoodle – The Lessnau Lounge brings you the Twitterdoodle Twitter WordPress plugin that will allow you to have automatic mashup posts created that are relevant to your site from the the daily chatter that goes on at Twitter and logged by Twitter search engine Summize.com. As an example, if your WP Blog is about televisions, you can have posts created that talk about certain brands or types of TVs. This allows you to have some of the latest relevant information on your blog about your website?s topic.
  • WP125 WordPress plugin for managing 125×125 ads – WP125 is a plugin for managing 125×125 ads on your WordPress blog. If you are selling 125 ads yourself for your blog this plugin will help you to manage and track those ads effectively.

{ 11 comments }

adhs August 6, 2008 at 13:45

I am thinking to give a try to StatPress because i am not satisfied with Google Analytics stats. Perhaps it is worthless to say anything about it but I shall come back after trying that plug-in and shall post my reviews. I hope it will be as good as other plug-ins which I have picked up from this blog.

Sante J. Achille August 6, 2008 at 14:31

Thank you for your comment – Analytics are a very tricky and require experience and judgment to interpret results presented – each system has its limitations and will provide different results. Remember, you’re interested in tracking trends rather than absolute values ;-)

Good luck with your efforts and see you again soon for more wordpress plugins :)

Otel rehberi August 8, 2008 at 01:02

I used both of them, google analiystic and statpress, and statpress is my favorite for my blog stats menaging, thanx for the post Achille.

Svetlana Gladkova August 22, 2008 at 12:06

Twitterdoodle sounds like an interesting experiment but I can hardly imagine it creating anything that a human being could read at all. Could do the trick for SEO but the legitimacy of the entire process is highly doubtful.

Sante J. Achille August 23, 2008 at 11:36

I think it depends only on how you use this kind of tools – I like to think of them as a way to integrate your blog with something different and interesting that you can offer yo your readers. Take for example a FriendFeed RSS stream of info – there can be a lot to read there, but that doesn’t mean you don’t have to create your own content does it :)

Janet November 7, 2008 at 18:25

Thank you for this plugin: WordPress Plugins StatPress « Plugins for your WordPress Blog

Kevin Young November 28, 2008 at 01:52

Wordpress is now a billion dollar industry. I love the flexibility it offers and all the themes and plug-ins make it so attractive. A Stumble for your efforts :)

lyndon November 30, 2008 at 17:53

twitterdoodle rocks.
I wouldnt worry too much about legitimancy. They have their hearts in the right palce

Megan December 9, 2008 at 16:42

I use Statpress on my blog. It’s so cool that it’s almost accurate as any other accurate stats reporting program – with the bonus of being in the heart of WP Admin Panel.

rcplinks.com January 5, 2009 at 06:32

The flexibility that comes as well as the plug-ins make Wordpress pretty piece of work. Good work. Wordpress plug-ins is a sure win.

ritchie January 9, 2009 at 01:15

StatPress is quite nice, I prefer clicky though – it’s realtime, it has got a slick interface; the few bucks are well spent.

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