Tynt enables premium publishers and content creators to capitalize on the most common sharing method on the web: copy & paste.
Tynt inserts a page URL when copied content is pasted into emails and social sites, allowing more than 600,000 publishers to improve SEO, site traffic, content insights, and brand attribution. Tynt has revolutionized user engagement measurement, helping web publishers boost site value for users and advertisers alike.
Tynt is a 33Across company.
Funding Rounds (2) - $11.9MUpdate
Current Team (2)Update
|Jan 26, 2016||Vator.tv - Slava Rubin hands over the reigns at Indiegogo|
|Apr 12, 2013||ZD Net - New research highlights that social sharing is driven by ego|
|Mar 29, 2013||Fast Company - If You Share This Article, You're A Narcissist|
|Oct 23, 2012||Venture Beat - 10 New York City startups we're crazy about|
|Jul 19, 2012||Gigaom - Social ad targeting firm 33Across raises $13.1M|
|Jul 19, 2012||TechCrunch - 33Across Picks Up $13.1M To Grow Its Big Data Social Graph, No Facebook Strings Attached|
|Jul 19, 2012||Venture Beat - 33Across raises $13.1M to power the most complete social graph ever|
|Jan 26, 2012||Gigaom - 33across Buys Tynt In Effort To Marry Data And Targeting For Publishers|
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