One of the advantages of WordPress, which contributes to its popularity, is the amount of downloadable plugins that are available through its plugin library. With a few clicks, you can give your site extra functionality or features that would cost thousands of dollars had you hired a developer instead.
Unfortunately, sometimes you get what you pay for. They say there is no such thing as a free lunch, and while WordPress plugins are useful, they can still give you issues if used improperly.
If you are considering downloading a free plugin for your site, consider these three things first:
If the scope of what you need is not clearly defined or you can’t find any popular plugins that you need, you may be better off paying for a premium plugin or having someone develop the added features for you.
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