It has been a while that I used the linkwithin as my related link widgets. But one of my blog Mary Anne’s Musings had problem with Linkwithin, it just don’t install. I have searched some widgets that have the same purpose with Linkwithin, my friend already suggested some codes that I could put in my themes. It is just that I don’t like it but the issue was it won’t link to my previous posts but the posts that are only in my home page. And so I stumble upon nRelated while I searched in google. The good thing about nRelated is that when you click the related link widgets it won’t redirect to their website but to your website, so totally you have the backlinks and not in their website. You see when you click the related link widgets when you used the Linkwithin it will go through to their website yet before your post, so merely the backlink went through to the Linkwithin website and not to your site.
Anyway, if you want to make a change and want to try this widget that I found in Google, here’s what you have to do.
You log in to your wordpress first, then click the Plug in, after clicking the Plug in, you click add new and search the nRelate related content, you can also choose the most popular but for me I think the nRelate related content is more useful. After you search for it and decided which one to download, install the plug in then viola, you can have the related link widgets in your blog. You just have to edit some in the dashboard like how many widgets would you like to show in the bottom of your post, you can also put your banner in the default image so it is the logo of your blog would show in the widget when the post does not have pictures and not their default image. Edit also the layout settings check the Main Page and the single posts if you want the widgets to show in the home page and in single posts. You just have to wait for 5 to 15 minutes for the widgets to appear in your site.