Zemanta In-text Links has been recently refreshed with a new information source – Unesco World Heritage List. Therefore, bloggers can further enrich their posts by providing additional content from even more sources.
Technically speaking blogging is easy. Despite the stratospheric amount of knowledge and information on the Internet, plug-ins, such as Zemanta, make bloggers’ lives easier. They also help share the love – post a link to sites or blogs, usually unsolicited, that you enjoy, admire, or find useful. All this is necessary to make yourself and your blog visible, to be read by the majority of your target audience.
Semantically advanced In-text Links
Zemanta widget also includes an in-text links that helps you leverage the insurmountable quantity of knowledge saved online; this isn’t commercial content, but informational content.
When you employ an in-text link in your text, you selflessly give your readers an opportunity to further look into a phrase or an issue at an outside source. This means a more interactive experience on your blog – an added value.
Moreover, in-text links has been semantically well developed.
This means that it can recognize the meaning of a word and distinguish different meanings correctly. For example, the program recognizes the difference between Apple and an apple and can identify the correct meaning of the word, whether it means a company or a fruit.
Zemanta in-text engine is familiar with more than 32 million synonyms and can differentiate almost 7 million meanings.
How to use it
You can already choose among many links where you can direct your readers like Wikipedia, Last.fm, Amazon, MusicBrainz, CrunchBase, Google Finance and many more. Unesco World Heritage List is Zemanta’s recent addition.
Let’s look at an example (see the bottom pic).
- You’re writing a post in your dashboard. Your post includes a name of the site that is on the Unesco World Heritage List – Wadi Rum, for example.
- Below the main box on the dashboard you’ll see In-text Links box that suggests further links to outside sources with more detailed information on the keyword/subject.
- Click on the selected one and a link will be automatically added to a specific word or phrase in your text.
Simple as that. Fast as it sounds.