Can You Relate to….Nrelate?

Over time, each of you who blog will realize just how many posts you have created and it will amaze you! So what do you do to help your readers find those simply amazing old posts? Thumbnails at the bottom of each post are a great way to direct traffic to other related posts, so when we were asked to try out nrelate, a plug-in for related posts, we jumped right on board!
nrelate is a plugin that both blogger and wordpress blogs can use. It is SEO friendly, as it does not redirect through nRelate’s own site – as many other similar plugins do. This plugin can help readers find other posts and increase your pageviews. You can even choose to monetize the plugin and select how many adds to show. In addition to all of that, you can even choose what you want it to look like with different styling options, sizes, and how far back in your archives you would like the plugin to pull from! How cool is that!
We installed the related posts plugin on our site and it was very user friendly. They have both a blogger and wordpress  installation option. We were able to customize the look by choosing the size of thumbnail and the style. There are quite a few styles to choose from, but the simple default style fit the look of our blog best…
One of the best features is the ability to track your clicks and ad revenue on the nrelate site. We installed the plugin and then went back a few days later to enable the ads to try them out! It was super easy to make all the changes. The graphic section is easy to read and really lets you see how much traffic is searching other posts on your blog via the nrelate plugin.

We have been pleased with the nrelate plugin and will continue to use it. It is free and very easy to use. You can see more information on the plugin at the nrelate website.You can also follow along with them on facebook.

So if you can relate to nrelate, try it out!!


I wrote this post as a part of a paid campaign by nRelate and Blueprint Social. All opinions are 100% mine.

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Trish Flake

Hey y'all! I am Trish and the creative voice behind Uncommon Designs. I adore party planning, holiday celebrations, and all things crafty! I am so excited to share my creative adventures with you!

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  1. says

    This is great timing! I have been looking into using nrelate because of so many issues I’ve had with linkwithin. I’ll give them a try-thanks!

    Best wishes,
    Natasha in Oz

  2. says

    Thanks for sharing this. I installed nRelate when I switched over to WordPress. It’s working well for me, and I’ve found their help forum really helpful, too.

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