March 16, 2011

Retain your Blog Visitors & Users with Tynt!


I recently stumbled on Tynt whilst endurably using the Whos.Amung.Us service to check out who’s visiting my blog.

Tynt is a free online service that allows you as a blog owner to do three essential things;

  • Analyse the inbound keywords being used that is causing your visitors to leave your site.
  • Improve your SEO with generated search engine links back to your blog’s original content.
  • Measuring what social channels are most effective for your content.

Probably the most useful tool personally is the ability to see how much of your content is being copied. Cleverly Tynt keeps a record of this and automatically creates a link back to your site being the original content.

Registration and setup is so simple and you can even download a dedicated plugin for installing the script code. Genesis users using Simple Hooks all you have to do is paste the script code into the first box on the ‘Header Hooks’ tab called Genesis_Before_Header.

In the script settings you can opt to customise the attribution and address bar tracking which will leave an extension onto your URL’s, this has no effect on how your content will appear in the search engines, it’s just for tracking purposes to give you a better understanding of the social impact you content is having.

Check out the screenshots below (credit: Tynt) and give it a try for yourself.

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Script Settings

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Inbound & Outbound Keywords Analysis

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Number of new links created from copies made from your blog!

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Tracking what copies are being made from your content inc images.


About Fabrizio Van Marciano

Fabrizio Van Marciano is a successful artist and blogger working from his home in North Cornwall, UK. His insight into online business marketing, web design and self-promotion has lead him to become one of the UK's biggest selling modern contemporary artists with over 3,000 original canvas paintings sold worldwide. Fabrizio now shares his tips, advice and tutorials on all aspects of internet business marketing, blogging tips, WordPress, internet tech reviews and much more. You can follow Fabrizio on Twitter & Facebook.

Comments

  1. Raheem Ashwad says:

    very good recomendation thankyou so much for posting.

  2. The service really sounds pretty cool. I am sure it will help me a lot in doing my visitor and keyword analysis and will become a good addon tool to use along with Google analytics
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