Internal Linking of Related Contents

Description

Internal Linking of Related Contents allows you to automatically insert inline related posts within your WordPress articles, based on categories or post tags.

Internal Linking is a powerful SEO technique and an important tool to increase your page views. Moreover, it helps reduce the bounce rate.

With our plugin, you can insert inline similar posts within your WordPress articles, rather than at the end of the post content, like the most popular plugins.

Plugin overview

Premium features.

Group related posts into a specific location
In addition to inline related posts, you can also group all related articles in one place within your content. This innovative feature streamlines navigation and provides your readers with quick access to all pertinent articles, further enhancing your website’s user experience.

Featured image
Select one of six available premium template to present the featured image alongside the related articles.

Order by option
Select how to order the related contents.

Sort order option
Select the ordering of related contents.

Engine search
Besides the options available on the free version, you can load the related contents based of categories and post tags, post title or custom keywords.

Custom keywords
By choosing Custom Keywords as the Engine Search option, you have the ability to define specific keywords for each post.

Bulk Edit for Custom Keywords
This feature enables you to efficiently manage and customize keywords for multiple selected posts. You can easily add or remove desired keywords from the selected posts.

Device selection
You can select the device where you want to display the related contents..

Categories to exclude
You can select one or more categories to exclude from the related contents.

Post tags to exclude
You can select one or more post tags to exclude from the related contents.

Post to exclude
You can select one or more posts to exclude from the related contents.

AMP support
Display rightly the related posts in AMP pages.

Custom post types support
You can enable the related contents for specific custom post types.

Gutenberg block
Use the Gutenberg block to effortlessly incorporate specific related posts within your WordPress content.

You can get the premium version, from the following link:
https://www.themeinprogress.com/internal-linking-of-related-contents-pro/

Installation

Once you have installed the plugin, you just need to activate the plugin in order to enable it.

Configuration

Install Internal Linking of Related Contents will add a new admin page, where you can manage all tracking codes and scripts.

Translators

Available Languages

  • English (Default)
  • Italiano

Screenshots

  • Template 1
  • Template 2
  • Template 3
  • Template 4 (Premium)
  • Template 5 (Premium)
  • Template 6 (Premium)
  • Template 7 (Premium)
  • Template 8 (Premium)
  • Template 9 (Premium)

Installation

  1. Upload the plugin files to the ‘/wp-content/plugins/internal-linking-related-contents-pro’ directory, or install the plugin through the WordPress plugins screen directly.
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ screen in WordPress
  3. Go to ‘Internal Linking of Related Contents’ page to configure the plugin.

Reviews

05 February 2022 3 replies
I was seeking for a plugin like this but my site is AMP. So my review is based on that, other than that, it works as advertised.
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Contributors & Developers

“Internal Linking of Related Contents” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Changelog

1.1.0

Release date – September, 11 – 2023

  • Added: “Support” and “Rate the plugin” links on the options panel.
  • Updated : Free vs Pro table

1.0.9

Release date – August, 25 – 2023

  • Tested with WordPress 6.3

1.0.8

Release date – July, 08 – 2023

  • Added : Template previews

1.0.7

Release date – June, 06 – 2023

  • Fixed : CSRF vulnerability

1.0.6

Release date – April, 05 – 2023

  • Tested with WordPress 6.2

1.0.5

Release date – February, 17 – 2023

  • Tested with WordPress 6.1

1.0.4

Release date – June, 18 – 2022

  • Added : Option to manage the priority of the_content hook
  • Tested with WordPress 6.0

1.0.3

Release date – March, 11 – 2022

  • Tested with WordPress 5.9

1.0.2

Release date – October, 25 – 2021

  • Added : Free vs Pro table inside the option panel
  • Edit – Code optimized

1.0.1

Release date – August, 05 – 2021

  • Tested with WordPress 5.8

1.0.0

  • Initial release