Gain More Backlink from Those who Copy and Paste Directly From your Website or Blog

Follow me

Mathias Amodu

Founder at Zealmat Limited
2018 NIRA Award winner for Youth Development, A Web and SEO Specialist, Blogger, Student, Son, A business Man
Follow me
How to gain more backlink from those who copy and paste directly from your website

Backlink can be define as a link one website gets from another website. Backlinks make a huge impact on a website’s prominence in search engine results. This is why they are considered very useful for improving a website’s SEO ranking. Search engines calculate rankings using multiple factors to display search results.


33across is another seo tool it helps your blog seo in terms of duplicates.

33across is a free service that helps you track copied content from your site with full details and it serves as a means of gaining more backlinks to your site, if any one copy your content from your site the 33across will help you add a backlink to any of your article and it has some unique features like.

  • Tracking numbers of backlinks generated
  • Gives you full stats of traffic coming to your site
  • Add free social media sharing button on your posts
  • Identifies keywords more of visitors use

Now let’s go straight to the point

Step 1
You need to visit 33across which was known before as tynt and sign up for a free account.

Step 2
Then click on siteCtrl then you will be given a JavaScript

Step 3
Then copy that JavaScript and paste in your site header below <head>

Or or your can check here You will also be provided with some tips and are basically meant for those on blogger, WordPress, Joomla, and Tumblr.

Also read  How To Add Read More To Your Wordpress Blog Posts

Step 4
If you have save the script, go back to the 33across and test the installation.

Here are some result on the first day I inserted this code to my blog and it has really done well in the increase of traffic.

This are list of what people copy from my blog both image and text wow😁

Happy blogging….

About Mathias Amodu 928 Articles
2018 NIRA Award winner for Youth Development, A Web and SEO Specialist, Blogger, Student, Son, A business Man


  1. Nice and lovely information here bro. Atleast this would give credits to the original author.

    But don't you think it could affect the codes you share here?

    Readers might copy some tutorial codes to make up their blogs and the credit gets attached to the codes.

    Just a little headsup though.
    Nice article once again

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.