WordPress plugins used:
AddThis for WordPress 4.0.7
» The AddThis Team (url)
Use the AddThis suite of website tools which includes sharing, following, recommended content, and conversion tools to help you make your website smarter. With AddThis, you can see how your users are engaging with your content, provide a personalized experience for each user and encourage them to share, subscribe or follow.
» Automattic (url)
Used by millions, Akismet is quite possibly the best way in the world to protect your blog from comment and trackback spam. It keeps your site protected from spam even while you sleep. To get started: 1) Click the “Activate” link to the left of this description, 2) Sign up for an Akismet API key, and 3) Go to your Akismet configuration page, and save your API key.
Dublin Core for WordPress 0.7.2
» Tim McCormack, Salvatore Vassallo, Joan Junyent, Alex Oberhauser (url)
Inserts Dublin Core metadata (title, author, creation date, etc.) as meta tags for posts and pages. Small options screen in admin area.
» Dougal Campbell (url)
This plugin allows you to add <meta> and <link> tags to the <head> of your posts or pages based on post custom fields. Use keys named “head_meta” and “head_link”. Also, if you have a custom field named “keyword” or “keywords”, it will automatically generate a standard <meta name=”keywords” content=”whatever” /> tag, which some search engines will use for indexing. Likewise for a key of ‘description’ generating a standard description meta tag.
Jetpack by WordPress.com 3.4.1
» Automattic (url)
Bring the power of the WordPress.com cloud to your self-hosted WordPress. Jetpack enables you to connect your blog to a WordPress.com account to use the powerful features normally only available to WordPress.com users.
Search Meter 2.9.1
» Bennett McElwee (url)
Keeps track of what your visitors are searching for. After you have activated this plugin, you can check the Search Meter section in the Dashboard to see what your visitors are searching for on your blog.
» Ruhani Rabin (url)
This plugin helps you to keep your database clean by removing post revisions and spams in a blaze. Additionally it allows you to run optimize command on your WordPress core tables (use with caution).
» Lester 'GaMerZ' Chan (url)
Adds an AJAX poll system to your WordPress blog. You can easily include a poll into your WordPress’s blog post/page. WP-Polls is extremely customizable via templates and css styles and there are tons of options for you to choose to ensure that WP-Polls runs the way you wanted. It now supports multiple selection of answers.