Study: Copy and Paste Represents 82% of Online Content Sharing

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A recent study conducted by content sharing company Tynt found copy and paste comprises 82 percent of all content sharing, 4.5x more than share buttons. Among other findings, the data revealed copy and paste is the most prevalent method by which users share text, images, and URLs across the web.

Of course it should be noted Tynt is a company that "enables premium publishers and content creators to capitalize on the most common sharing method on the web: copy and paste."

by Steve Hall    Nov-16-12   Click to Comment   
Topic: Research   

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