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Aytekin Tank

Aytekin Tank is the founder of JotForm. He currently leads the JotForm development team. He loves to hear from JotForm users. Feel free to shoot him an email at aytekin at

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  • Every time I share my story of building JotForm to 3.5M users with no outside investment, I hear one particular phrase often:

    I’m happy you didn’t sell your soul to investors.”

    The phrase “selling your soul” comes off a bit strong.

    I know people don’t mean to compare investors to dementors; just floating around looking for souls to slurp up.

    After all, investors...
  • Dr. Cynthia Brattesani knew she wanted to be a dentist at an early age. As she grew up, she became fascinated with smiles, and how much they impact a person’s confidence and health. For the past few decades, she’s helped countless patients in San Francisco with her cosmetic-focused practice. 

  • I don’t know how old you are; but, as someone who was born in the late 80s, I remember the rise — and fall — of Firefox well.

    Firefox emerged as an open source competitor to Internet Explorer 6. It was awesome because it had options: for instance, users could add features with various extensions and change visual themes. Everyone loved it.
  • I’m going to tell you something about productivity that most top-ranking Medium authors and famous startup gurus won’t.

    It isn’t a hack that you’ll read in the latest Lifehacker headline or see among the top #lifehacks Tweets.

    Instead, it’s a technique that, when integrated into your company culture, will lead to record productivity.
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  • This is the moment you’ve dreamed about.  

    Your product is finished. Beta testers are happy and it’s ready for release. 

    You go live, pop the bubbly, and…. Silence. 

    All those eager users you imagined aren’t showing up. Now what? 

    Here are 7 ways to get early-stage traction for your product or startup.
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