From quantifying the Mint experience in actual dollars saved, to exploiting a Gmail contact list, to creating an entire website devoted to Mint.com, our TechCrunch50 winners all have interesting stories to tell. Here’s how they did it.
We said we’d be awarding two free passes to TechCrunch50 today, but we’re going to have to give out three! Here are the winners of Mint’s Be Our Guest at TC50 Contest: Most Referrals and New Users generated Ryan M....
I’m Lee Sherman, Editor of Mint’s blog. As the newest face of Mint, I wanted to take a minute to say hi.
Just as Mint’s software streamlines the management of your personal finances, our content delivers a fresh perspective that gives you the actionable advice you need to make the right choices about how to spend and save your money.
We’ve been blown away by the response to the contest we’re running to give away two passes to TechCrunch50 (street value, $2,995 each). Since we’re still in the Olympic spirit, we thought we’d give you a glimpse at the current leader board in the Most Referrals competition.
If you’ve been a Mint blog reader for awhile, you’ll know that Mint.com launched last year at the first TechCrunch event. We were honored to be named the Best Presenter and then challenged to keep our servers from melting down.
The paint has just dried on the Mint.com redesign and we want you to be the first to know about it. Starting today, you’ll find a refreshing new look which reflects the new features we’ve added to the site since launch along with new how-to guides.
I’m delighted to introduce Mint’s new Editor, Lee Sherman. Lee started last week and will be leading the Mint blog, among other roles here. Please join me in welcoming him! You can look forward to new and improved content as a result of his leadership.
We’ve added Mortgages and Loans to our online personal finance service this week…and the news keep on coming! We’ve also added and improved budget tracking features which will help you better understand and manage your cash flow and budgets.