Does Anyone Know What Happened To Zemanta?

I used it fairly recently, and it was there, but now it’s not. It doesn’t appear at the lower right of my posts anymore. I did nothing to get rid of it. So does anyone know what happened to Zemanta, which suggested other related posts/photos? Or, if you know how, can you help me out and tell me how to “reconnect” it?

Thanks,

Edward Hotspur

Update: It turns out that all you have to do is hit ALT and F4 right when you’re about to publish, and the Zemanta window comes up.

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74 thoughts on “Does Anyone Know What Happened To Zemanta?

  1. She’s gone – I spent all yesterday looking for it. This morning I found a support article with a response from WordPress.com, they have disabled it and are looking to provide the same functionality via some other mechanism, at some stage.

  2. As I posted in reply to @jamborobyn – we’re sorry for the inconvenience (tho it was not our decision to remove our product from WP.com). However, you can still use Zemanta with WP.com – you just need to use our browser plugin available here: http://zemanta.com/download. Thanks for missing us and glad you like the product.

  3. Thanks for jumping in Todd! :)

    And please do let me know how it goes or if you have any more questions what-so-ever, since I’ll be more than glad to help you out!

    Here’s my email address: support[at]zemanta[dot]com

    Take care & I’m looking forward to your reply!

    Best,
    Silvo

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