Thursday, July 26, 2012

How to get benefits when someone copies your article

Are you annoyed when you put all your effort on a single article and the next day when look in the search engine, someone copies it exactly the way you wrote it. It is because of the power of "ctrl+ c" and "ctrl+ v" two of the most famous shortcut commands of our computer.

And in over millions of websites around the world, chances of being copied is very high, and sometimes there is nothing you can do about it.

How about if there is a tool that could even give you benefits of being copied, sounds good right.

I Introduce you to a free tool that can give you benefits when someone copies your article.

What is tynt?

Tynt, the world’s leading publisher toolset, accurately predicts interest-driven user behavior on the Web for its vast network of premium partners. Tynt sees three out of every four of the world’s unique Internet users, and captures their interests and social interactions in what represents the “Interest Graph.” This data provides highly precise measurements of consumer intent and equips publishers with the tools they need to react quickly to new opportunities. Tynt has revolutionized online customization and enabled publisher brands to deliver the right message, to the right person, at the right time.

How does it drive web traffic?

When someone copies and pastes text from your web site Tynt Publisher Tools automatically adds a link back to the original article with the paste. When the recipient clicks that URL, they are directed back to the original content. This drives incremental traffic to your site when your content is shared without your knowledge while maintaining a consistent user experience.

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