Keep users on your site longer. Introducing the fast, smart way to show related and trending content on your blog with thumbnail images or text.
Reverb for Publishers improves engagement on your site by automatically providing links to related content on each page or post of your site. This reveals to readers more content that they are likely to be interested in and more likely to click on -- all without having to search for it. These links highlight great posts from within your site or around the web, increasing visitors' time on site, pageviews, and engagement.
Reverb tracks visits to all pages and displays the most popular links from the past seven days.
Yes! Using Reverb for Publishers does help with SEO (search engine optimization) by providing you with more text links. These links are indexable by search engines and can improve your page rankings in search results.
Reverb for Publishers uses proprietary concept graph technology to analyze each page or post and determine how they're related. We don't take shortcuts like just using tags or categories - we actually analyze each page of content, including tags, title, categories, and body, and then see what other pages are similar to it.
Reverb will send you a weekly stats email detailing the number of visits, pageviews, and Reverb for Publishers links displayed. You'll also see the number of clicks those links received along with which link was the most clicked on and which link was the most recommended.
Reverb for Publishers uses our patented concept graph technology to provide two key advantages over other systems: speed and intelligence. First, Reverb does all the heavy lifting on its own servers so it doesn't slow down your page load speed. Recommended pages are delivered asynchronously using advanced WebSocket technology. Second, Reverb for Publishers uses its proprietary concept graph technology to process and understand what each page is about. We don't take shortcuts like just using tags - we actually analyze each part of a page or post, including tags, title, categories, and body, and then find and display other pages similar to it.
Reverb for Publishers provides several display options. The default is to show links at the end of each post or page, including at the end of posts on home pages that display multiple full-length posts. In addition, you can display these links in a vertical list or horizontal rows. Currently, we automatically display thumbnail images if your site has images, and text-based links if you don't. Stay tuned - we're constantly working on new display alternatives, and we'll have more ways to tailor our tool soon.
No. Reverb for Publishers offloads all the processing to Reverb's back-end servers, and then uses asynchronous WebSocket connections to make sure it won't slow down page loads at all.
After you've installed the Reverb for Publishers tool, it takes us 2-3 hours to process your site's content. You can always check your status on your Reverb for Publishers Dashboard.
Yes! Reverb for Publishers works with all browser types and will be able to process and analyze your site. However, some display options may not be available to readers who are using older versions of Internet Explorer.
Showing links from both within your site and across the web enables your site to be seen as the epicenter of expertise on content related to your topic. Don't forget that other sites will show links back to your site.
Currently, Reverb for Publishers only supports English-language sites. We are evaluating supporting other language options and will let you know as soon as we expand our coverage.
Registration is free and easy, and it helps our servers keep track of your site (or blog) and remember your settings. Once you've registered, you can dynamically adjust these settings without having to change any code or anything on your site. Finally, it helps us keep you up-to-date with the latest improvements and changes in Reverb for Publishers.
No. Right now the two systems are separate and you'll need to create a separate account for Related Content.
Please give us a couple of hours to make sure we've processed your blogs. If waiting doesn't fix things, shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll figure it out ASAP.
We make every effort to support all common WordPress themes, and we try to let you know if there's any doubt for your particular theme. If you a specific question, please let us know at email@example.com.
Most likely we're still processing your blog. Give it a few minutes than try again. If nothing shows, shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.