As we know that WordPress Plugin is building block of WordPress CMS. You can manage WordPress Blog site better with these must have WordPress Plugin.
Here are plugins that I have used in sparklingtalk.com, and this list is only for beginner as I have added more WordPress plugin after my requirement but these are ones I’ve had experience with and would recommend as enhancing your WordPress blog.
Akimet WordPress Plugin included with WordPress CMS and is (in my opinion) one of the essential plugins that you must need once you start to receive pretty much any traffic – the bots won’t be far behind. While it’s not perfect, it goes a reasonably good way towards expunging the spam.
All in One SEO
Does what it says on the tin. Some of the <meta> tags generated are ignored by many search engines now but most of the options inside of here will benefit you in some way or another.
Contact Form 7
Makes it really easy to add a contact form to your site, with the field that you want, not necessarily the ‘standard’ ones. For more advanced needs, it’s possible to configure multiple forms. Offers easy integration with reCAPTCHA and Akismet.
Feedburner is a really great tool for gauging statistics related to your feeds. This plugin handles the redirection of your feeds to Feedburner, and requires next-to-no configuration.
This plugin makes it easy to add Google Analytics tracking to your blog, and includes dashboard integration. Also supports link tracking, so you can see the direction in which people left your blog.
Google XML Sitemaps
Generates an XML sitemap of your sites contents. It’s possibly one of the best ways to ensure that Google (+ others) indexes all of your sites content. Sitemaps are automatically built when changes are made, and search engines are pinged, which notifies them of the changes. It also has a pretty comprehensive set of options, meaning you can change almost everything about the generated sitemap.
W3 Total Cache
W3TC is an awesome plugin for helping WordPress scale. It packs some pretty impressive features, including the redirection of your resources to a CDN (along with syncing the two) and the static-caching of your posts.