WordPress is very powerful but you will lose a lot of functionality if you don’t have any plugins at your WordPress site
In this article, we will try to list the best WordPress plugins in 2022.
1- RankMath SEO
RankMath SEO is one of the best WordPress SEO plugins. It is fairly a new plugin but its popularity has grown quickly since its first release.
The free version of it has a lot of features like meta descriptions and titles, XML sitemap, focus keyword analysis, structured data/schema, redirects and much more.
The pro version has more advanced features like keyword rank tracking, Google trends, Google video seo and schema.
One of the features we like is the ability to migrate from Yoast SEO easily.
2- Quill Forms
Quill Forms is the best WordPress poll plugin. It has a very cool and unique UI. The drag and drop experience with Quill Forms is a unique feature. You must try it out yourself.
If you are looking for a Typeform WordPress plugin, then Quill Forms is the one you should look for.
The free version has a good amount of features like multiple question types, themes to customize colors, fonts and all styles, email notifications to send emails after each response and much more.
However, the pro version is more powerful and you might think about it depending on your business needs. The pro version comes with a jump logic feature and calculator feature which should be very useful for quizzes or quote estimations.
It also comes with a lot of 3rd party integrations like Zapier, Google Sheets, Active Campaign and much more.
In a nutshell, Quill Forms is really the best Typeform competitor.
If you have an ecommerce business, then Woocommerce is definitely the plugin to have. It is a very popular plugin and it supports more than 5 million stores in the world. The best advantage you have with Woocommerce is the community; you will find a lot of extensions that match your business needs. Another advantage is that the team behind Woocommerce is Automattic.
Automattic is the same team behind WordPress and they acquired Woocommerce a few years ago.