With GD Related Posts you can associate a blog post to one or more particular listings of any type. Whether you have just places, or include carnivals, dentists or any other grouping, GD Related Posts will let you link an article to any number of businesses.

If you write a review or post a story about some of your listings, you can make sure that readers of you blog know which listings and that people browsing the listings see the articles posted.

GD Related Posts allows you to have a custom tab on a listing, with any name you choose, and also includes a widget to be placed on the Details Sidebar. Both allow a custom number of related posts to be shown, and the tab will also show an extract and optionally the featured image of the post.

This type of cross linking adds benefit to visitors and listing owners, and can also help a search engine spider crawl your site more effectively.

Updates are free for the life of the product and happen right inside of your WordPress dashboard or management tool.

8 thoughts on “GD Related Posts

  1. Great Plugin! Recently updated to allow you to relate a post to multiple listings, making it very useful and versatile. And excellent support, willing to work through issues and help make customizations!
    Highly Recommended.

    • Thanks for the infor Rudolf. Unfortunately it’s not enough to tell anything. Can you email me a temporary Admin login to your WordPress site so I can see the settings in the back?

      Use jeff at JeffRose dot ca please.

  2. Can this plugin be set to show on all listings for a particular Location (city) or Neighborhood (with the Multilocations plugin)?
    Note: I have around 1,000 listing for one location, so I don’t want to manually add them.

    What about the Home Page for a location?

    • Hi Sietse:

      I’ve emailed you twice now, once the first day you contacted me, and again yesterday after you posted this and Paolo made me aware of your post. You have not responded to either message.

      You can email me directly at jeff (at) jeff rose dot ca and I’m happy to resolve this for you. I will need a temporary Admin account on your website to work on it.

  3. Hi Sietse:

    Thanks for getting in touch with me this morning! I was able to log into your site and see that the problem was a bug in the plugin for sites with a small number of listings. I tried to simplify the listing selection and it wasn’t working.

    For now, I’ve disabled that code on your site and will either fix the feature properly, or remove it in the next update (1.4.6) that will go out shortly for everyone.

  4. I second what Craig Fryer asked about. I’d buy the plugin in a heartbeat if could be used to associate a post with a location. Is that a feature you could include?

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