I don’t know about you but occasionally I stumble across a new blog and then 20 mins later suddenly realize that I have somehow gotten lost in the bloggers archives, pouring over post after post…. all due to those amazing little ‘Related Post’ Thumbnails at the bottom of their posts.
Related Post Thumbnails. They get me every time!
Today I am going to show you how to add ‘Related Post Thumbnails’ after your blog posts on Blogger. It is really simple any only takes about 2 mins.
First you will need to head over to Linkwithin. Their page looks like this >>>
Scroll down a tiny bit and enter your information in the blue form area. Click ‘Get Widget’.
After you click “Get Widget’ another screen will pop up and look like this >>>
Click on the link that says “Install Widget”. You will be taken to another screen, a Blogger screen. Make sure that you have the correct blog selected (if you have more than one) and click “Add Widget.” The screen looks like this >>>
Blogger will install the “Linkwithin” widget at the top of your sidebar.
Just drag the “LinkWithin’ widget to the bottom of the Blog Posts Widget area. Press save. All done! It’s so simple isn’t it?
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Anna@Bean Bug Crafts says
I’ve been wanting to do this for some time, but had no idea how easy it was! Thanks for the tutorial!
Anna, Glad that you found the tutorial…I am such a visual person, it always helps me to see how someone else has done something – even something simple! xoxo, Tauni
Our Little Charmed Life says
Thank you so much for the tutorial! I ended up having to copy and paste the content of the widget onto a blank html gadget because mine wouldn’t automatically load but it does work. Thanks!!!