People love to copy and paste content from all over the internet. The problem is, they don't always remember to give proper credit where it's due. What if there was an easy-to-use tool that took advantage of copy-paste bloggers, boosting your traffic and exposure?
There is a tool that does exactly that. It's called Tynt.
What Does Tynt Do?
Tynt is a simple script that is placed within the header portion of your website. It automatically attaches an attribution link to your site (you set this up on their website) every time someone copies and pastes text from your blog or website. Tynt also works with images.
It even has built in tracking codes, and you can see exactly where your content is being shared, how much exposure it's getting, among many other detailed analytics.
What Else Can You Do With Tynt?
Tynt now offers tracking links within the regular URLs of your blog or website, so you have more access to when and how your webpages are being shared across the web.
In addition, Tynt has continued to add new features that make it easier than ever for people to share your content to Facebook, Twitter, and your images to Pinterest. Their features are very user-friendly, and respond directly to actions that people take on your webpages.
For example, when a user hovers over an image for a set amount of time, a Pinterest share button will appear on the image. If someone was thinking of sharing your image, this makes it easy for them to do so, and attribute the image correctly as well.
What I Think of Tynt
I have never come across something as unique and useful. I have been using Tynt for several months now and it's become an invaluable tool for my blog. It has given my traffic a boost and given me tons of great insight into why people are visiting my website and why they are leaving it.
The code is incredibly easy to install on your website. Even the most basic user can find the correct spot to insert the code, and they're good to go.
All of Tynt's features are customizable, and you can use as many or as few as you like. As of yet, I haven't had to install any extra code, besides the initial code.
Tynt is not a full solution, but it does deter people from stealing your copyrighted content, and also helps those who may have just forgotten to link back.
Try Tynt Today: http://tynt.com/