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While Magento isn’t the go-to platform for blogs it can be useful for store owners to have a quick and easy way to post updated content to their store without having to create static pages.

Why add a blog?

Adding a blog to your eCommerce website can be a relatively easy way to boost your online profile. It generates traffic for your business and increases your brand awareness. A blog also gives you a direct line of communication with your customers to update them with changes and trends to your product catalogue and services.

Magento Blog Extensions

There are plenty of options when it comes to free and paid-for blog extensions these are some of the best options. These are four of my go-to extensions - whenever one is required.

Free: Mageplaza Magento 2 Blog Extension

Magento 2 Blog Extension by Mageplaza is a quick way to add a blog to an existing Magento 2 store. It’s a free extension that includes categories, topics (tags), integration with Magento’s sitemap and a related product block for linking directly to catalogue products.

Links: MagePlaza Blog · GitHub

$349: Aheadworks Blog for Magento 2

Aheadworks offers a paid-for blog extension for Magento 2, which includes the standard categories, post widgets, related posts and related products. Aheadworks also provide a free add-on extension to provide a blog progressive web app.

Links: Aheadworks Blog · Blog PWA

Free: Magefan Magento 2 Blog Extension

The blog extension by Magefan allows you to manage your store together with a blog from one place with tools to create the most valuable content for better customer engagement and SEO features to boost the search engines ranking and traffic to your store

Links: Magefan · Github

$99: Webkul Blog Extension for Magento 2

Webkul’s extension includes the ability to manage blog subscriptions, categories, comments and has SEO optimisation built-in.




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