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Magento 2 Free Extensions

Magento 2 Free Extensions from Mageplaza include Social Login, Blog, Better SEO, and Google Analytics all of which are great choices to build a professional eCommerce store. Not only help you know source clearly to get the higher rank by Magento Better SEO, even or enhance the users’ experiences in your store with Social Login and Blog module, but you can also have an accurate statistics about customer behaviors as well as the efficient of your programs via Magento 2 Google Analytics Integration.

Why is free extension?

Apparently, these outstanding benefits are enough to prove that Mageplaza Free Magento 2 module extensions are crucial tools as well as worthy options considering for those individuals or organizations that want to experiment but not ready to use the premium extensions.


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  • insert_chart Models (CRUD)

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  • insert_chart Events

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