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Adding A Related Posts Widget in Blogger blogs

Updated on May 8, 2011
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Linkwithin Widget

If you're like me then Hub Pages isn't the only place you express yourself. I'm sure a lot of us use more then one blog platform. If you use Blogger, then here's a tip for you.

Are you searching for a blog widget that will display the related post on your post? I have found a great widget for Blogger that can be added with ease. This widget is wonderful, because the reader spends a lot more time reading your blog and you get the maximum benefit from each visit. It also allows the reader to better understand what you are about. This is the best way to make readers explore your blog.

You can go to and get this widget by filling in the form. No sign-up is required, just fill up the details and you will be directed to a new page with complete instructions on how to install it on your blog.

Blogger Widget

This widget is from, it will also display your posts the same way as Linkwithin. It’s based on displaying the posts according to your blog labels that are in the posts. This widget will require you to edit the html code of your blog. To start open up Edit Html of your Blogger blog.Click on the Expand widgets template. Now you have to search for some code and then copy and paste the widget code into the template. . Just like the linkwithin widget you can also set the maximum number of post to be displayed.

Personally I like Linkwithin better. It's easier to install and achieves it's purpose. Which is to drive traffic to you other posts.Remember traffic can mean income.


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      Bethany Cousins 

      7 years ago

      Thank you so much for this - I've been wondering how to do this! Works great and it took no time to add!

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      8 years ago

      LinkWithin is nice for Food blog I think, but for a technology blog like mine, where content is the important then picture - its not look nice. I was looking for some hacks that can work on Blogger Blog without violating Google Policy.

      Can anyone help me with.

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      Anamika S Jain 

      8 years ago from Mumbai - Maharashtra, India

      Yes This widget is a nice idea to increase your page views. After adding the Widget to one of my Blogs I noticed a 30% increase in my traffic.


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