Tynt Review: Link building through copied content

Tynt Review: Link building through copied content

If you are worried about content theft from your blog when your hard work is copied by another website, here is some good news to you. Today we would discuss a method that will automatically add a link back to your website when content is copied from your website onto another website. Before we start, you could refer to our older article on how to prevent content theft.

Tynt Review

 

I recently discovered an amazing service called Tynt.com which automatically embeds a link back to your website when your content is copied on to another website with the help of a smart Javascript. The best part is that this is a free service offered by Tynt. According to Tynt, here is how it works on your website to help the stuff work:

Each time a user copies content from your website and pastes into an email, blog or website, we automatically add a URL link back to your site’s original content. When someone clicks that URL, they are directed back to your site and see the original content.

Tynt Insight drives incremental traffic when people click on the Tynt Insight attribution link from content copied from your site. While it can increase the traffic across all pages, Tynt Insight particularly generates higher traffic to niche content, which may be missed otherwise. Sites using Tynt Insight have seen double the amount of traffic to individual pages.

All you have to do is sign up with Tynt and install the custom Javascript in your blog and it starts working! if you want to know more, you could refer the setup instruction. Hope you will find this information helpful – let me know your comments on the same.

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