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WordPress Plugins, The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly
Have you ever taken the time to consider how your plugins could be affecting the performance of your site? Do you have plugins installed that you rarely ever use? Join us for our next episode of SEO For Publishers, where our panelist will be discussing the pros and cons of plugins, recommended plugins, and which plugins should stay, and which plugins need to go. 

Register today as the expert panel covers the top tips for WordPress Plugins, such as:

- How plugins can help or harm a site
- Premium vs. free plugins
- How to check if a plugin is worthwhile
- Recommended plugins for certain tasks
- And much more!

Be sure to submit your WordPress Plugin questions and have them answered LIVE!

May 18, 2021 02:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Arsen Rabinovich
CEO @TopHatRank
Digital Marketer, SEO, International Speaker, 2X Interactive Marketing Award Winner, Search Engine Land Award Winner. Founder @TopHatRank, a Los Angeles based marketing agency that specializes in innovative digital marketing techniques for modern brands of all sizes.
Casey Markee
CEO @Media Wyse
Speaker, writer, and trainer, Casey Markee has been doing SEO for 20+ years, has conducted over 1000+ site audits, and has trained SEO teams on five continents through his consultancy, Media Wyse. He believes bacon should be its own food group and likes long walks to the kitchen and back while under home quarantine.
Andrew Wilder
Founder @NerdPress
Andrew Wilder is the founder of NerdPress, a digital agency that provides WordPress maintenance and support services for publishers and small businesses, placing an emphasis on site speed, stability, and security. He has been building, fixing, and maintaining websites since 1998, and has spoken on a wide variety of technical topics (in plain English!) at conferences such as WordCamp LAX, the International Association of Culinary Professionals, Food & Wine, Techmunch, BlogHer, BlogHer Food, and Mediavine.