Most of the websites display related content at the end of the article, however if you write long articles on your website, the user would probably be seeing related posts at last i.e. after scrolling entire content. You can make your website highly engaging by displaying interesting related content in between the post, may be between headings or paragraphs etc.
Related posts works great in engaging your website visitors. It is used for showing your visitors the other related content present on your website. This simply helps them to find more details on the topic they are reading.
There are many plugin which allows you to display related blog posts in WordPress. This tutorial is on a different kind of related posts plugin which allows you to select the taxonomy type and it shows related posts only from that particular taxonomy given by you. With this plugin you can set related posts display by taxonomies like tags, categories and other custom taxonomies created by you.
You must have noticed some websites shows where the readers go from here i.e. what other content they have read after reading present post. You can add this useful functionality in your WordPress site in just a few click by using a free WordPress plugin called Where did they go from here.After activation you can easily configure its settings from your admin area Dashboard -> Settings > Where go to page.
There are two WordPress plugins in WordPress plugin repository that displays popular and related content in the best way like other popular sites do.
Tabs shortens your blog posts and give them more presentable and cool look. In my last post I discussed about one tab plugin and it is the best so far I know but while searching for a perfect tab plugin I encountered various other tab plugins and they all are working really nice. So first of all check WP UI – Tabs, Accordions, Sliders (if not already) then here is a list of other 5 good working plugins that allows you to create a tabbed post.
Easily add Tabs, accordion, dialogs and sliders to your WordPress blog posts by using 14 fresh & Unique CSS3 styles and 24 multiple jQuery UI custom themes.
Create automatic internal linking (like Wikipedia) inside your WordPress blog posts and engage your site’s visitors