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LinkWithin Related Posts Widget Set Up Guide for Blogspot Blogs


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By making use of LinkWithin widget, you can easily add related posts with images below the desktop and mobile view of your Blogger or Blogspot blogs.

The widget appears under each post, linking to related stories from your blog archive, thereby making it possible for new or casual readers of your blog to discover more stories that have been published on your blog.

The LinkWithin related posts widget increases pageviews and keep readers engaged. It is minimally styled and will blend in with your site design. It is free. It takes a minute to get the widget up and running on your blog, no signup required!

linkwithin widget

How To Add LinkWithin Widget To Blogger Blogs

You can give LinkWithin access to add it automatically to your blog or follow the steps below if you prefer to do it manually:

==> Go to : http://www.linkwithin.com/learn
==> Fill in the widget form as required.
==> Click “Get Widget
==> Copy the code somewhere on your PC eg in a notepad
==> Copy the code below and paste it above the linkwithin code

<b:if cond=’data:blog.pageType == &quot;item&quot;’>

==> Copy the code below and paste it below the linkwithin code

</b:if>

So, your code should now be like this:

<b:if cond=’data:blog.pageType == &quot;item&quot;’>
Your LinkWithin Widget Code
</b:if>

The essence of the code above, is to restrict it to post pages. It will make the linkwithin related posts not to display on your blog’s homepage.

Now, we need to add it to your Blogger blog.

==> Sign in to your Blogger dashboard
==> Go to “Template
==> Click “Edit HTML
==> Once the HTML editor opens, click inside once
==> Press CTRL F on your keyboard to bring the search box
==> Enter </body> in the search box and hit ENTER key on your keyboard
==> Then, paste your linkwithin code above the </body> as seen in the screenshot below:

==> Click “Save Template”

View your blog posts and you should see the related posts with images under your blog posts.

You can check out the FAQs section of the LinkWithin website for tips on how to tweak the widget.

That’s all.

NOTE:

The widget will show text links when most of the recommended posts in the widget do not have an image.

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