Why Display Related Posts in Blogger & How To Do So

[UPDATE: June 28, 2011
]For some reasons, the code isn't working out so I'm removing this one from my blog.


To be able to present more information to my few regular readers and casual visitors, I decided to implement a technique that most season bloggers do.

Displaying related posts in blogger is must. This is why I implemented it here and how I went about it.

Display Related Posts in Blogger

I believe related posts in my blog can bring my readers and visitor more information. Thus, they should see links to these related content displayed right after every post, to provide them with additional information about the one they initially read or visited.

Plus, internally linking all my related contents is good for search engine crawling and indexing.

First of all, I searched for a plugin or a widget, to help me with this goal. Google led me to bloggerplugins.org. They already created the codes and to implement them in your own blog is pretty straight forward, copy-pasting. As I am not that expert into coding, I just used it as is.

For those more familiar with html, css and xml, they could further customize the manner in which the related posts are diplayed on their blogs.

Related posts are displayed right after every post. Kindly look below and feel free to browse related content. And I hope, I would be able to give your more useful blots and info.

Hat tip to the people behind Blogger Plugins.


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