7 Chiropractic Blog Plugins that Make you Money « The Blog of Matthew Loop

7 Chiropractic Blog Plugins that Make you Money

In this content-rich video, you’ll discover the 7 chiropractic blog plugins for WordPress that can get you new patients and make you money. If you don’t have them on your current blog, make sure you have them installed by your webmaster or programmer.


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Matthew Loop is an author, speaker, investor, philanthropist, and the highest paid social media revenue strategist in North America. He helps brands, startups, and small business owners multiply their influence, impact, and income by harnessing the power of the Internet. Since 2005 he’s trained over 21,000 clients in 25 countries. Millions have viewed his free business growth tutorials online. Connect with him on FacebookInstagram, and Twitter.


26 Responses to “7 Chiropractic Blog Plugins that Make you Money”

  1. Jeff says:

    Every time I try to register, I get an error message.

  2. Matthew Loop says:

    Register for what, Jeff?

  3. Thanks again Matthew. Another great post that adds TONS of value!

  4. Matthew Loop says:

    Glad you enjoyed the video, Dr. Chris 🙂

  5. Eric says:

    Dr. Matt,
    Great post!
    Do I need to use wordpress for all these plug in options to add to your blog?
    What if your blog is from the website carrier?
    If I don’t have to use wordpress,
    Where do I get the plug ins for auto players, google XML sitemaps, and others other than the tweet counts and facebook likes button which I assume you get it from FB and twitter.


  6. Matthew Loop says:

    Thanks Eric! I strongly recommend WordPress, as it’s what I’ve used since I started blogging. It’s easy to use and Google adores them. Your web guy can take care of switching things onto a different platform, just ask him.

    He can also watch this video and install these plugins so you don’t have to worry about the work. You can Google the names of the plugins online to find them 😉

  7. Todd Brown says:

    Couldn’t agree more Matt.

    WordPress is a fantastic web publishing platform with soooo many benefits for chiropractors.

    Great job. Keep it up.

    Todd 🙂

  8. Nice job Matt. Those are all vital plugins to have on any blog.

  9. Hi Matt,

    Do you have any personal recommendations on the maximum number of plugins to have on a wordpress platform?


  10. Matthew Loop says:

    Hey Yannick… Some people go crazy with installing WP plugins! No need to, though. You don’t need that many to run a successful blog that attracts people. I like to avoid clutter so I haven’t been in a position to test the max.

  11. Hi Matt,
    Great information. I loaded the plug ins on the fly while watching the video.Very helpful.

    I am wondering: how do you prevent the youtube menu of related videos from showing during your video?

    Thanks and hope you are having an amazing day!

  12. Matthew Loop says:

    Thanks Dr. Jeffrey. All you need to do is go to where you normally get the embed video code from YouTube. Once you click the embed button, a menu will open up below, giving you the option to include “related videos” or not.

    Just leave that option unchecked, as you don’t want to drive traffic to another persons video.

  13. Michael Beck says:

    Thanks for the list of plugins. You’ve got a couple that I hadn’t heard of before, so I’m looking forward to using them on my blog.

    And that tip on youtube that you just mention in the comment above, that is extremely helpful. Yet many people don’t know about it and lose a lot of youtube traffic.

  14. Dr. George Burroughs says:

    Thanks, Dr. Matt!

    Great content.

  15. limo says:

    nice work done.

  16. Angie Meyer says:

    Hi Matt,

    Great video – as always we appreciate the valuable content you share with our profession.

    At the beginning of the video you mentioned the social media box that is on the top right corner of your blog. Is that a plugin as well or something a programmer has done for you?

    Thanks again and keep up the great work!

  17. Matthew Loop says:

    Thanks Angie! My programmer installed that social media widget I referenced as a part of my custom WordPress theme I had him create…

  18. Margo Devine says:

    Thanks for the great info. Can’t wait top get the tips implemented!

  19. Derek says:

    Great post. I can’t believe I didn’t have Google Site Map Generator. I’m installing it today.

  20. Hans Conser says:

    Thank for sorting out which plugins to use, very helpful!

    Dr. Hans

  21. Another great post. Thank you!

  22. Matt thanks for the akismet plugin recommendation. I’ve been meaning to search for something. I’m starting to get some traffic and my email is constantly filled with junk comments. Hopefully this will be a time saver! I appreciate all your content! Keep up the good work.

  23. Matthew Loop says:

    You’re welcome… Anytime!

  24. Great info! Will definitely get this stuff going on my blog ASAP.

  25. Jack says:

    Thanks for the info Dr. Loop, I’m just starting a blog and since this video is over 4 years old are there any new plugins the we should be using?

  26. Matthew Loop says:

    You’re welcome, Jack. Make sure you download my free blogging success blueprint if you haven’t done so. It gives you all the newest plugins you’ll need for your WordPress blog.

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