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Every time I write a post I make sure I add links to words that I have tags for.

For example: "The economy of Brazil has improved in the last few years".

This ensures that when people re-post my content, a lot of back-links will be created to my tags. This is quite a lot of work to do manually for every post.

It would be cool if there was a plugin that would suggest tags to be applied when they match existing words in the text of the post.

Is there such a thing?

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I ran a search on the wordpress plugin directory there are several options.

Terms to Links looks like it should work for you. It automatically links to terms in your content to that term's page. Can be used for tags, categories and custom taxonomies.

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The problem of terms to links is that it will add all matching terms, which can be too much most of times. I try always to not overload the texto with links, and this would be exactly what would happen with this plugin. – Emerson Dec 14 '10 at 14:46

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