Add a Read More Link to Copied Text

Read More Link in Copied Text : 
The main purpose of the adding read more link to copied text is to add copyright notice or to leave your post( or any url) link to the bottom of the copied content from your blog/website. Adding read more link to copied text is the best way to get new users and also to get back links from your content thieves. So it is better to add read more link to copied text of your blog. All major websites/blogs are using this feature. They are attaching a read more attribution link to the text that is copied from their sites/blogs. The read more link will
appear at the bottom of the copied text when some one tries to copy your site/ blog content and paste in a notepad or in a post editor. 

How To Add/Attach a Read More Link to Copied Text :

We can add read more link to copied text by adding small script code to your site/blog. In this post i'm showing how to add a read more link to copied text of your blogger blog using Tynt service. Tynt website providing this free service. It is really very easy to attach a read more link to copied text using Tynt website. After attaching read more link to copied text , when a visitor tries to copy your blogger blog text , a read more attribution link will appear below copied code.

Follow below steps to add a read more link to the copied text of your Blogger blog

Step 1 : Go to Tynt website

Step 2  : Click on GET THE CODE link and click on edit HTML

Step 3 : Now, create your account/ sign up form will appear , just fill form and click on Submit button. After sign up you will get code , just copy code .

Step 4 : Go to your Blogger dashboard and click on template and click on Edit HTML and paste that copied code from Tynt site just above </head> tag and save template.

Step 5 :  Now Go back to Tynt code tab , click on test at the bottom of the page and finally click on Continue.

After adding read more link to your content, if you want to check the results, just copy some of the content form your blog/website and paste in a notepad, then you can see your read more link at the bottom of the copied text.

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