November 19, 2012
Back in April, we added Zemanta Recommended Links to the Typepad Compose editor. Ever since then, you've been able add links to topics and content relevant to your post. Zemanta has now upped the stakes with a Related Posts option.
Let us explain the differences between Related Links and Related Posts.
With Related Links, you were able to quickly and easily add links to outside sources within your posts. It's a great way to make each post more content-rich, enhancing your reader's experience.
Related Posts, on the other hand, are links to other bloggers who write about similar topics. These types of links can also easily be added to each post.
You might be wondering what kind of suggestions that this will generate. Here are some examples:
- Links to relevant webpages like Wikipedia and Google Maps
- Links back to your own posts when it's relevant about what you're writing
- Links to related posts from other bloggers
- Promoted posts from our partners (marked with a "promoted" tag)
But why link to other bloggers? What's in it for your readers and, more importantly, for you? We'll let Zemanta answer that for you:
As you can see, this is definitely a win-win for all bloggers! If you have any questions, Zemanta's FAQ has more information.