Plugins (Google Analytics, Disqus, WhatsApp, Facebook Pixel, Tawk.to)
Plugins are small software components that can be added to a website to add additional functionality. Here's what each of the plugins you listed means:
Google Analytics: A free web analytics service provided by Google that tracks and reports website traffic. It allows website owners to see how visitors interact with their site and gain insights into audience behavior.
Disqus: A popular comment system that can be added to a website to allow visitors to leave comments and have discussions.
WhatsApp: A cross-platform instant messaging app that allows users to send messages, make voice and video calls, and share files. The WhatsApp plugin can be added to a website to allow visitors to easily reach the website owner through WhatsApp.
Facebook Pixel: A tracking code provided by Facebook that can be added to a website to track visitor behavior and retarget visitors with Facebook ads.
Tawk.to: A live chat software that can be added to a website to allow website owners to communicate with visitors in real-time.