In a recent newsletter, I shared this tutorial on LinkWithin.  Be sure to sign up fo rmy newsletter so you get tutorials that are exclusive to newsletter subscribers or ones, such as this, that you receive before anyone else!

By popular demand, below are instructions on how to install the LinkWithin widget. It's the "You may also like these…" widget (normally 3 photos) you see at the bottom of other people's posts.

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LinkWithin – Related Posts Widget

Whether you using Blogger, Typepad, or ( blogs cannot install this widget), this tutorial is for you and comes highly requested – it's a popular widget to have for you blog and actually helps your visitors find other, related articles of interest. This keeps them on your blog longer and increases the number of clicks on your blog.  You want to keep your visitors happy (smiley).



When I clicked GET WIDGET I got this page (below) and then click INSTALL WIDGET at the top so it would open my Blogger Account.


On my blog (my personal, stamping, fun blog:, it now has the widget added. When I wrote this article originallay, the snapsoht below was at the bottom of my most recent post where I am displaying pages of a BELIEVE holiday chipboard album.


For Typepad, you complete the initial form above with your email, blog URL, etc. Then when you click GET WIDGET you come to this screen, where when you click the INSTALL WIDGET button, you will be prompted to login to Typepad (if you are not already) to complete the installation.

For WordPress users, only those using the self-hosted WordPress blogs can add this widget, those who use www.WordPress.ORG (not www.WordPress.COM).

I hope you enjoyed the tutorial. Again, remember to sign up for my newsletter for exclusive tutorials or just to be the first to know about new services, new features, and new tutorials before anyone else!

Be sure to check out this post/tutorial on Mr. Linky in case you missed it!

Heather Wright-Porto

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