Three WordPress Plugins to Diversify Your Content

20 September 2013

San Antonio: We all have a little difficulty cropping up with new ideas for blog posts from time to time. It would be great if we were always on top form, but if you go through past published content you will perhaps start to see patterns. Periods of time where you have written about the same thing over and over again, staying within a specific niche or genre.

The finest thing you can do for your blog is expand your content. For your own work it can be as simple as choosing a few fresh topics to write about. But there are other ways, such as varying the tone, giving a new set of links or linking to new people you have never had a association to before.

Here are 3 WordPress plugins that can aid you to diversify your content and refresh your blog.

1.  Zemanta

Zemanta is one of the finest tools for bloggers out there. There are hundreds of thousands of publishers and advertisers by now using it. While you are writing your blogs posts, it keep you even more motivated by showing you related images, blog posts and other types of content.

You have full editorial control of all related posts shown, and the layout is customizable. It is also mobile optimized, so you must be able to use it with other plugins that make it easily navigated by mobile device users. Just choose whether you want it for publishers or advertisers, then put in your URL. It will guide you through the process from there.

2. My Blog Guest

Guest blogging is by far the most efficient means to breathe a fresh air into your blog.

Try to offer one guest post per week on my main blogs, and up to three per week on your secondary blog. Not only does this give a novel point of view and a tonal shift in my content, but it gives me a bit of a break. All while producing a new line of readers each time, and so bulking up my traffic and building class connection!

MyBlogGuest guest blogging plugin aims at making the process simpler: There’s no need to go out there seeking for authors and contacting them. All you need is go to your blog dashboard and select posts you are likely to write from there.

Important: There’s NO need to publish anything that comes your way though. Keep in mind to keep your standards high and don’t fail to remember to connect to and interrelate with the article authors after their articles go live.

3. Linkcious

Instead of focusing on the main content, try giving links on the rest of your site to new places. This is a simple plugin that generates links with full color pictures to other sites that have related content or products.

You have most likely seen it in use many times on different sites around the web. It is very proficient and a great way of passively diversifying traffic especially. So far it is in invite-only mode, which makes it a special program. It is definitely worth requesting the invite.

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