How to Use the Nrelate Related Content Widget on Blogger

How to Use the Nrelate Related Content Widget on Blogger

Having a related content widget on your blogger blog enables you to dig up your old contents for your readers to see. This is a great way of reducing your bounce rate and also increase user activities on your blog.

The Nrelate widget shows off content related to a topic when viewed and random topics from your blog if set to display on the homepage. Unlike linkwithin and few other third-party related content server, Nrelate creates an index of your site contents on their database (this index is updated on a regular basis) allowing it to show only contents related from the category (label) of the topic being viewed.

Nrelate also allows you to earn money by publishing related contents from other partner websites and blog. Publishers are paid based on the impression and clicks generated by the sponsored contents served on their website. Note: The publisher service is optional, i.e. You can use just the widget without publishing sponsored content on your blog.

In this tutorial we shall take a look at how you can add the Nrelate related content widget on your Blogger blog. To see how to become an Nrelate publisher and earn money click here.

How to Install Nrelate Widget in Blogger

Installing Nrelate widget in Bloggers is quite a simple step and of course does not require any sort of coding or code modifications. To proceed, you need to create an account, then click on the install link from the menu items, click on the Blogger logo or simply click this link and enter your blog url in the form provided.

When you have entered your blog url, click on the submit button. Next, you select where you want the Nrelate widget to appear; select ‘All Pages‘ if you want your related content visible on every page. Finally, Select your the blog you want to install Nrelate widget (If you have multiple blogs) and click Add Widget.

Nrelate Widget Customization

To customize your Nrelate widget kindly read: How to Use Nrelate Related Content Widget on Blogger (Part 2).

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Ebenezer Obasi

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A web developer, IT undergrad, terrible entrepreneur, internet freak and a man of a few other incongruous talents, Ebenezer has been writing on technology since 2012, and plans to do so until a few days before his ultimate fate: cryogenic preservation. If resurrected, he is likely to go back to writing on technology.

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