Zemanta users are presented with a list of recommended posts while they are blogging. They can then select interesting and related articles to reference in their blogs posts with just a click of the mouse. The benefits of being included within our recommended content pool are: trackback links to your blog, discovery of your blog by new readers, and connecting topical blogs together.
You can send us a link (click here!) and we'll consider it for inclusion.
See our guidelines below on how to get your feed into Zemanta.
Here's a list of requirements for a feed (i.e. a blog or other content source) to be considered for inclusion within Zemanta's recommendation pool:
By using Zemanta on your blog, you are more easier to find through most search engines, you add value & form to your blog and enhance your posts with quality, hand picked related articles.
Your content must be in English
If your articles are not in English they will not get into our recommendation pool. This goes for both our global recommendation pool and your personal recommendation pool. If you ever see non-English post under recommendations, this is a mistake. Please let us know if you ever see this
If your post does not have a title specified in the feed, our system will discard it without exception.
A minimum of 300 characters
There has to be 300 characters of pure textual content in an article (not including HTML tags). Short posts with only a video or an image as the main content won't be included in our recommendation pool. If you see any post like that recommended, it is a mistake (let us know!
A maximum of 40,000 characters
Articles in excess of 40,000 characters are not considered blog posts as far as we're concerned and our system will discard them without exception.
Your content must be in a full text feed format (RSS or Atom).
Zemanta will not add feeds from sources that primarily republish or aggregate content from other sources. Regardless of whether you have the right to republish the content in question, we don't want duplicate recommendations presented to our bloggers. And just in case it isn't clear, sploggers
need not apply.