Zementa is a content suggestion engine for bloggers launched yesterday. It suggets relevant links, pictures, related content while you are writing a post.
Zementa launched in Alpha currently supports, WordPress, Blogger and Typepad platforms. You can install the Firefox Add-on to see how it works. Once installed it will show a small icon in the URL bar, when it finds the supported platform the icon turns bright. If you use wordpress you will see a new tab beside your write panel, when you start writing your post it will find relevant links, photos and articles. You can add the content you are interested in your posts.
Zementa looks at your content and refresh recommendations for every 300 characters you write. Currently it works best with English language blogs only, but it may work with other languages if it finds some buzzwords.
Zementa gets related articles from pre-indexed data 300 top media sources and its own user blogs. The images are suggested from Wikimedia commons, Flickr, Shutterstock anf Fotolia. They will include only content that is free to use or is licensed under creative commons, so that you won’t get sued for using copyrighted material.
In the near future they may also add a feature to link to your own content, that would be awesome.
See the video to see how it works