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Monday, February 13, 2012

LinkWithin Creates Reads and Comments



Last week I got a valid comment on a two year old post. The same commenter also posted under a current post.

LinkedWithin is a widget that shows a changing choice of three stories at the bottom of each blog post.

I first saw it on A Suitable Wardrobe, and even though I feel tremendous pressure to get off the  internet, I would read three or four previous posts, both those that were new to me and some I had forgotten I had seen.

Recalling that R&D means Research and Duplicate, I installed it on Through The Browser and Sales Lab Posts. Occasionally I get lost in past posts on my own blogs.

LinkWithin Creates more Reads and Comments

How are you increasing flow?

February 22nd Sales Lab’s Rainmaker 12 is WhatHave I Done for You Lately? at the Capital Technology Management Hub on Wednesday, February 22nd. The featured CTMH speaker will be Sean Crowley on the topic of The Open Source Web Content Management Platform, Drupal, and its Momentum.

3 comments:

Carol Covin said...

Thanks for the mens' wear example to check out this widget. I already do related posts on some of my posts, but, I have to find/remember them by hand, and they do not include the thumbnail photo that comes with the posts. Will have to try this out. Thanks!

Carol Covin said...

Done and easy. Fits right after my manual list of Related Posts. Will run in parallel for awhile to see if I like what it chooses. Really like the rotation and the thumbnail images. Thanks for finding and telling us about such a cool tool.

Dick Davies said...

Carol, you reassure me that my wackier posts are OK. That means a lot. Thanks!