When I first downloaded the web browser widget, I was not too satisfied. They have actually given that improved things so much that I have to admit a true fondness for Zemanta. I like the online variation so much I decided to give the real plugin a try, simply to see if it had any extra functions.
So, after I disabled the web browser widget, I installed and activated the plugin. I saw that it generally looked the same. However, the photos it picked were somewhat different than the web browser widget selection. Not a lot that you d observe – in fact it may simply be that the plugin sort them differently.
It goes along with the whole concept of magazine-style blog sites that have lots of content that interests people. I have attempted a couple other curation tools, but Zemanta is the most convenient and most readily available of the existing products.
< map wp-tag-caption id =" "line up =" alignright" width =" 75" caption="Web browser (Photo credit: Wikipedia) "/ wp-end-tag > The photo above- or maybe to your left depending upon your web browser, is an eample of what Zemanta does. It was chosen based upon tet I had already typed into the post editor. Heres another photo, undoubtedly based on the word “web browser” in this post. I minimized the size automatically utilizing the Zemanta photo controls.
Heres a lot of related short articles Zemanta chosen for me.
The plugin looks practically the like the browser widget version, and runs simply as quickly (I was worried about that aspect). Associated articles are all there, and tags too.
Zemanta – Easy Semantic Blogging for Everyone( theresabloginmysoup.com).
It would appear the plugin version of Zemanta works basically the very same as the browser widget version.
It would appear the plugin variation of Zemanta works essentially the exact same as the browser widget version. For me it makes far more sense to have the web browser variation – then its automatically there for any blog site I tend to. For somebody who only has a single blog site, or has a computer system that lack horse power (any internet browser widgets will suck resources), it may be an excellent method to opt for the plugin. However, I will recommend the internet browser widget as by default call.
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Even much faster Zemanta!( zemanta.com).
Zemanta Now Native on Blogger.com!( techparade.blogspot.com).
They have actually given that improved things so much that I have to confess a real fondness for Zemanta. < map wp-tag-caption id =" "line up =" alignright" width =" 75" caption="Web web browser (Photo credit: Wikipedia) "/ wp-end-tag > The photo above- or perhaps to your left depending on your web browser, is an eample of what Zemanta does. I minimized the size automatically using the Zemanta picture controls.
I have attempted a couple other curation tools, but Zemanta is the most convenient and most available of the present items.
Zemanta supports Chrome( zemanta.com).