Support » Plugin: nrelate Related Content » They don't approve "Partner Content" rendering plugin useless

  • The promise of nRelate, that it will automatically generate links to your “partner” websites, is based upon some unknown approval process.

    In other words, they want to place ads on your site, for some unknown revenue-share scheme, but don’t actually offer the functionality you expect in return…

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  • katrina@nrelate

    (@katrinanrelate)

    nrelate Support Rep

    @guegreen — Sorry to hear about the issues you’ve been experiencing – we’d love to help.

    To advertise on your site, we just need you to submit your business info and complete the necessary tax forms here: https://partners.nrelate.com/advertising.

    That’s it 🙂 All sites are approved unless they are: non-english (which we don’t have ads for at the moment), adult content, or only contain unoriginal content from other sites.

    – Katrina @ nRelate

    completely misunderstood the issue…

    the issue is the “Partner Settings” sites are never ready. See below.

    Partner Settings
    Related Content can be brought in from your blogroll.
    Would you like to display related content from any of your blogroll categories?
    Blogroll
    http://thecherrycreeknews.com (status: Not Ready)
    http://northdenvernews.com (status: Not Ready)
    http://coloradomedia.co (status: Not Ready)
    http://ednewscolorado.net (status: Not Ready)

    Crickets.
    nRelate doesn’t deliver on its core functionality

    katrina@nrelate

    (@katrinanrelate)

    nrelate Support Rep

    @guegreen — Thanks for clarifying – sorry for misunderstanding. Can you let us know which site you run our plugin on so we can take a look at the blogroll issue for you?

    – Katrina @ nRelate

    we are testing on several. http://coloradomedia.co is one of them

    [Moderator Note: Please ensure that you are embedding links correctly in your posts. Link corrected.]

    katrina@nrelate

    (@katrinanrelate)

    nrelate Support Rep

    @guegreen — Thanks for providing a link to your site. We’re trouble shooting the issue regarding partner content and we’ll keep you updated once this is fixed.

    – Katrina @ nRelate

    katrina@nrelate

    (@katrinanrelate)

    nrelate Support Rep

    @guegreen — The issue has been resolved and we see partner content being recommended by our Related Content plugin on your site now. Looks good.

    How does everything look on your end?

    – Katrina @ nRelate

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