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Evernote Pricing Explained

The elephant in the room for Evernote users this week was the announcement of new pricing options. Millions around the world rely on Evernote each day to help them remember everything, and be more organized and productive. In the spirit of simplification, organization, and productivity, Evernote has brought more continuity to its plans for users everywhere.

Here are the new pricing options:

  • Basic (free) - Includes 60MB of uploads per month, syncing, and sharing
  • Plus (24.99 per year) - Includes 1GB of uploads per month, syncing, sharing, passcode lock, and saving emails into Evernote
  • Premium
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Evernote Answers the Apple Watch Question

The Apple Watch question has been answered. What is the Apple Watch question? It's the proverbial elephant in the room: "Why do I need this?"

Evernote answers the Apple Watch question with the same answer: "To remember everything." If Evernote is "your digital brain," then the Apple Watch is the icing on the cake of digitally-aided cognition.

With instant access to all of the benefits of Evernote on your wrist, Evernote for Apple Watch can help you:

  • Remember everything - timely alerts and reminders
  • Capture inspiration - because the best ideas come at random times
  • Get stuff done - be

Three Ways to Make Evernote More Powerful

Knowledge is power. Just as the human brain grows more powerful with more knowledge, so Evernote, "your digital brain," grows more powerful, and even more fun, with more information.

Here are three easy ways to add information to Evernote:

  • Scan it. Scannable is a new, free App from Evernote. It makes it easy to scan and import all kinds of paper documents into your Evernote system. 
  • Automate it. IFTTT (If This Then That) provides an automated way to import of a wide variety of data into Evernote. Zapier is another automation option suitable for business users.
  • Email it. You can email notes

Why I Have Over 200,000 Views on Google Plus

Why do I only have about 40 followers on Google Plus but over 200,000 page views? 

Some call Google Plus a ghost town. I never really paid much attention to it until recently, when I got Guy Kawasaki’s eBook, What the Plus! Kawasaki claims that Google Plus is a truly a big deal and worthy of being taken seriously. Of course, Guy Kawasaki is a bit like Gary Vaynerchuk. Whichever platform they choose will necessarily become a big deal–it's called the Kawasaki effect!

How Evernote Can Help You Innovate in 2015

2015 will be a great year for innovation. It will also be a year of lost opportunities due to lack of execution. After all, innovation is not the product of disorganization. You must be organized enough to innovate. 

Most projects can be managed effectively by clearly defining the desired outcome, and tracking the next actions required to move towards completion. Indeed, most projects get bogged down by the failure to execute these simple things.

Michael Hyatt, New York Times bestselling author and Evernote advocate, details how to use Evernote to transform vague New Years resolutions into

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