One of your most difficult jobs as a site administrator is soliciting inbound links to boost your traffic and your search engine position. Deep links, in context, are the most valuable.
Using the 'Path of Least Resistance' philosophy, provide users with link text at the bottom of every page using the following code snippet (D7) in a block.Read more
Currently, there is an incomplete related content modules comparison in the Organizing content with taxonomy section. There needs to be a broader comparison added here that cover modules that do not just focus on taxonomy.
The discussion of similar content recommendation modules is happening at on the Taxonomy Drupal group.
TODO: migrate over modules into a comparison table
TBD: how to handle the table since it will be very wide... perhaps create categories?
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Check out the Featured Content module to create featured and related content blocks. Here's the project summary.
The Featured Content module lets you very easily create related/featured content blocks on your Drupal site. This module is useful if you have non-technical users who need to add blocks on the site that contain lists of node titles, node teasers, and/or full node content. This module can also be useful if you need to get up some related/featured content blocks quickly and are not familiar enough with views to do it, or simply prefer not to use views for this purpose. A related/featured content block can be created in just a few minutes.
There is much more info available on the Featured Content module project page.
TODO: Even though it is very easy to use, it might be nice to have a quick tutorial for some of the most common use cases.
The Translation redirect module, part of the Internationalization (i18n) package, improves search engine optimization (SEO) for multilingual websites. By default, multilingual pages can be accessed via different paths by changing the path prefix or domain. Search engines tend to penalize displaying the same content at more than one URL, so it's important to redirect to a single instance of the page.
The Translation redirect module redirects anonymous users (including web crawlers) to the translation of the page in the requested language, if it exists, using a 301 redirect code. For example, if the request is for
node/23 corresponds to an English page, the user will be redirected to the German translation of the English node if it exists. If the translation does not exist, then the source node content is displayed.
Note that, by design, translation redirection does not work for the homepage or for authenticated users.