The best way to display related content: Thumbnails or Text, on all your pages.
The nrelate Related Content plugin analyzes your website content, and returns a list of posts that are related to the current story being viewed by your visitor. If you like, you can also include posts from the websites in your blogroll.
nrelate started because we believe we can do a better job than the other services out there. Our patent-pending technology is continuously being improved, and the results are better than the competition. We're sure you'll be happy with the results... but if you're not, removing nrelate from your website is as easy as deactivating the plugin.
Absolutely not. Since the nrelate servers are doing all the hard work, your website can focus on what it does best... show content. In fact, if you switch to nrelate from a local related content plugin like YARPP, you may actually see a speed improvement on your site.
You can show related content as cool image thumbnails (choose from six image sizes), or simple text with bullets. When choosing thumbnails we will look in your post to find the first image and use that. You can also choose a default image to show when your post contains none. In the plugin options page you can enter your default image url. If your post has no image, and you have not set a default, we will show a random one from our image library.
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Yes, you always have the option to display or not display ads.
If you sign up for advertising, you will be able to display up to ten advertisements within the plugin. If you have selected the thumbnail view, then thumbnails will show up. If you have selected text links, then text ads will show up. You can show ads either at the front, end, or mixed within your content links. As of version 0.51.0, you can display ads totally separate from your content links as well.
Yes, its your blog, you should be making money on it!
After installing the plugin, you can sign up for advertising here.
Many of your website styles will automatically be used by the plugin so it will blend in nicely with your website. We do need to set some of our own styles to make it work properly. However, you can makes changes to our styles by including your own CSS in your stylesheet.
Once you activate the plugin, the nrelate server will start analyzing your website. Related content should show up within two hours.
Absolutely. You must activate our plugin on each individual website in your Multi-site install. You cannot use "Network Activate".
Absolutely! If you have images in your post, nrelate will find them and auto-create thumbnails.
Yes, our plugin automatically detects if you are using post thumbnails.
Yes. Just go to our settings page, and fill in the name of the custom field you use.
Our plugin creates an additional nrelate specific RSS feed. We use this feed so that we don't run into issues if your regular RSS feed is set to "Summary" or if you use a service like Feedburner.
The nrelate specific RSS feed is very similar to your standard RSS feed if you set it to full feed. Since we had some users that had their feed to just show a summary and others that used Feedburner, we set this up. The nrelate specific feed can only be accessed by using a random key that is generated upon install. To make sure this feed is not used for other purposes, we hired WordPress lead developer and security expert, Mark Jaquith, to build it for us.
When you activate an nrelate plugin, our Pinghost is automatically added to your list of Update Services, so we are automatically notified when you publish a new post. This allows us to index your new content quickly. You can learn more about the WordPress Update Services at the WordPress Codex.
Our plugin will work on websites in the following languages: Dutch, English, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish and Turkish. If you do not see your language on the list or you think that we could improve the relevancy of our plugin in your language, please contact us and we will work with you to configure the plugin accordingly.
Requires: 3.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.6.1
Last Updated: 2013-10-24
1 of 20 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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