Add a Google Map to WordPress using this widget. Maps are added as a linkable thumbnail which opens a map in a mobile-friendly Lightbox, so it is perfectly lightweight and customizable.
Use a drag and drop interface to create and edit newsletters, either automatically recurring or one at a time. Pull in content from your WordPress install and customize the look and feel of your newsletter. Mobile friendly.
Create forms with a drag and drop interface, and then add them to your WordPress site with a shortcode or template tag. Several different field types are available, all completely customizable, with add-ons for extra functionality.
Add Testimonials to your site using a custom post type with specific custom fields. Testimonials can be added to WordPress using a shortcode, a built-in widget or template tags.
Improves search automatically by building a more comprehensive index then WordPress out of the box. Options to customize what gets included in the index, caching options, and fine-tuned control, and works with existing search forms.
Add a simple "Scroll to Top" button to the bottom right of every one of your posts. There are three styles to chose from, and everything is kept very lightweight. Typography and colors are inherited from your theme styles.
Add related posts to the bottom of your pages, which are based on post title and post content rather then just categories and tags. You can chose which post types to add to, customize the output, or implement the plugin manually.
Creates a simple feedback form, embedded in a responsive, mobile-friendly modal box. On each page, a Feedback button will direct users to a customizable form with several different categories.
Highlight code samples right within your post editor. Simple to set up, uses shortcodes to define code language, and lots of customizable options.
The swiss army knife of plugins, the Jetpack plugin comes with a few dozen features to enhance your WordPress site, from carousels and comments to a full JSON REST API.
Add breadcrumb navigation to your WordPress install. Customize the look and display of your breadcrumbs in your admin panel and then add a single function to your template files.