I’ve installed WordPress Related Posts plugin, now what?


Want to attract readers to your blog? Provide them with something worth reading. Blogging is a process of endless researching and editing, because writing a good story takes time and effort, but don’t overthink it.

Most bloggers have to deal with challenges of how to

  • create quality content,
  • create enough of it,
  • make it engaging!

While we can help you with the first two, we can do so much more about the last one by suggesting you interesting related content you can use to enrich your blog post.


Are you stuck? Need an idea for your next post?

Use plugin’s search to explore related content by other bloggers from around the web. Get inspired.

Search with Related Posts plugin

Originality matters!

Stealing content from others (plagiarism is plain ol’ stealing) won’t get you a badge of honor, no matter how hard you try. Reposting content from others is cheating – even if you add attribution to original authors. Many services, including Technorati and Zemanta, consider such un-original repostings as poor quality content.

Next step: Ready to publish?

What do you think about reposting? Share your thoughts.

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  • Developer Guy

    Now what? Now all the visitors to your site will have to wait up to 10 seconds for Zemanta’s bloated API answer before they can use the Js on your page is what.

  • http://lisaldn.com LisaLDN

    I love the plugin, but can anyone tell me how to remove my theme’s (DW Minion) related posts? I can’t seem to get it right..

  • Alan WaltR

    Hi, great pluggin indeed. But I’m stuck in one issue. I would like to hide or display: none, the .wp_rp_thumbnail. How to do so?
    Thanks for the help!

  • piyushkmr

    hii zemata please help me.. your plugin showing you r image not posts image please fix it

  • Serg

    When the articles did not have images in the list to display thumbnails by default. But when the articles were added picture list remained thumbnails by default. How to fix to show thumbnails of the article?
    Thank you.

    version 3.5.4

  • http://worldtrippy.com Bonny

    No, it’s bad for your own SEO (look up “google panda duplicate content”) and if you don’t get their permission first, it could be perceived as rude and unscrupulous by the original author who might otherwise have wanted to support or collaborate with you in future.

    It can be bad for the other person’s uniqueness or brand and SEO as well as yours, or on the other hand it can give them extra exposure, but it’s up to them to decide how their work is used, not you.