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2016 Year in Review for TINT – A look back on the year of Awakening

“I think the success over the past several years, until the speed bump this year, gave the team the false impression that the tree would… Read More


How I Discovered TINT’s Differentiation By Talking To Our Competitor CEOs

TINT operates in a crowded space. Last I counted, we have around 24 competitors—a majority indirect and newly launched. I rarely pay attention to them,… Read More


Why our Social Media Startup chose to integrate Slack in 2 days

We integrated the popular messaging app Slack to our platform in 2 days. Here's why we did it. Read More


The Crux of Context Switching

One Sales Director's experiment with time management, from context switching to time management. Read More


How to Make your New Goals Stick

With the new year comes new resolutions. While 62% of Americans make New Year's resolutions, the percentage of people who report achieving their resolutions is… Read More review

Getting Hired with

What is it like getting hired through An honest review from the employee and employers perspectives. Read More

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2015 Year in Review- A Look Back on the Year of Foundation Building

2013 was the year of doing whatever it took to hit product market fit. 2014 was the year of growing TINT as fast as possible.… Read More

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Staying Sane in Silicon Valley: Stress and Depression as a CEO

I am a tech CEO, and this is how I’ve managed my mental health. Read More

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Meet TINT: Oliver Knowles

Team TINT is a quickly growing cast of characters. We’d like you to meet the small team of people that built the world’s largest social… Read More

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Startup Questions: Can you safely own your side project?

Here's how our startup made sure employees could safely pursue their own side projects. Read More

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How to Hire A Top-Notch Community Manager

Community Management is a critical role. This hire is the bridge between your customers and your team, and their feedback is critical for every department. Read More


Want to reduce churn? Host a breakup party.

Talking to your former customers is one of the best things you can do for your business. Invite your "exes." Reduce churn. Here's how. Read More