nrelate’s Related Content Plugin and Most Popular Content Plugin for WordPress, Blogger, Tumblr and Other Platforms
How can you increase your website or blog’s traffic and generate more revenue? In our previous post titled: Best Thumbnail Related Posts Plugins for WordPress, we’ve emphasized the importance of having thumbnail related posts plugin set up on your WordPress blog. Today we would like to introduce WordPress users another two great related posts plugins called nrelate Related Content and nrelate Popular Content.
Oops, are you using other blogging platforms? No worries, nrelate is currently also available on Blogger and Tumblr. If you are on a different platform or a custom site, contact nrelate and let’s see if they can get you up and running!
nrelate Related Content lets you display related content from your site in the form of thumbnails or text, on all your pages. Its patent-pending technology continuously analyzes your website content and displays other related posts from your website. This ultimately leads to higher page-views for your site, and a better user experience for your visitors.
Installing this plugin is as simple as activating it, and you can leave the rest to nrelate. Once activated, the nrelate servers will immediately begin analyzing your website content and associating similar articles. It also provides an options page so you can fine tune the display.
There are four ways to display related content:
- Automatically display before or after each post.
- Use the [
nrelate-related] shortcode in your post.
- Use the widget in any widget area in your theme.
- Place the nrelate_related() function in your theme files.
And two display styles:
nrelate’s most popular plugin helps your site organize the posts that readers love most in a user-friendly format on your page. The plugin will has all the options a site would want, and also features flexible display options so that popular posts look great on your posts or on the sidebar.
Advertising is also possible with both plugins. Ads come with the same display options as the related content and popular content, and are a great way to earn a little extra income from your blog.
Because all of the processing and analyzing runs on the nrelate servers and not yours, it doesn’t cause any additional load on your hosting account (especially if you’re using shared hosting). Does it sounds too good to be true? Let’s get the plugins installed on your blog now and use them for free!
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