If you want tons of traffic to your blog, you need to make sure that your blog runs fast. Without saying much about it, I am listing some of the best plugins to make your wordpress zooooooOOoooM!!
WP Super Cache- This is a very fast caching plugin for WordPress. It generates static file of yo
ur posts and stores them in the database so lets say that everytime your post is loaded, your server will use the cached file. This makes your blog really fast. If any of your posts get popular and receive tons of traffic then this is your friend.
W3 Total Cache- I recommend this to all the new as well as the pro bloggers. Trusted by many popular blogs, this plugin improves the user experience and server performance, caching every aspect of your site. It also reduces the download time of your themes or posts. You should start using this as soon as you build your first blog. This one is much simpler and has fewer options than WP Super Cache.
AskApache Crazy Cache- This plugin caches every single posts within your wordpress blog at the same time- pretty sweet.
WP Widget Cache- A high-performance caching plugin for wordpress, and a plus for WP-Cache or WP Super Cache!
WP Minify- This plugin uses the Minify engine to combine and compress Java Script and CSS files to improve page load time. You should definitely use this in your blog.
Cos-Html-Cache- This one is one of the most efficient WP caching plugins that speeds up your blog performance and increases its responsive rate.
DB Cache Reloaded- This plugin caches every database query with given lifetime. It is compatible with WordPress version 2.8 and above and claims to be better than WP Super Cache.
Free CDN- If you have static files such as images, js, css, your pages might take a longer time to load and will also slow down your blog. A CDN is a content delivery network. Static files are cached on the CDN and pulled from their servers and not yours which means this will allows your server to do less work and serve more and run faster.
Staticize Reloaded- Caches your pages and posts, creates a unique key based on the page variables and if a page is loaded, it will check for identical variables and pull out the info from a static file rather than building the page from the database.
These are the best caching plugins for wordpress and you can use and try any of them. Just remember that using these plugins will speed up your wordpress blog and increase its performance.