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Note-taking giant Evernote has a long term plan. Their plan is to become your daily life tracker, and not just a place to jot down notes and sync them across various platforms. They are poised to do that, because in terms of quick easy software for jotting things down, they are certainly at the front of the pack. Evernote CEO Phil Libin says they don’t “have an exit strategy and we’re not going to sell.” They plan to be here for a while, and a huge part of sticking around is expanding and capturing new users.

That is exactly what their new Ambassador program is looking to do. Basically, it is a way for users to learn from other like minded people and find new and creative users for Evernote that they may not have considered. For example, it makes sense for teachers to look at what other teachers use the program for. They may find something that changes their work day and makes their life easier.

Evernote’s Ambassador program features users from a number different categories like bloggers, teachers and designers, each with their own ways of using Evernote to make life easier.

They also let users apply to be an Ambassador, so if you think you have some new and creative uses for Evernote, apply at the bottom of the Ambassador page and start sharing your methods.

Source: TheNextWeb


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  1. Beelymagee
    November 2, 2011 at 1:49 am

    Not to be a troll here, but I really liked Evernote even to go so far as to install the Windows executable on my Ubuntu Linux laptop using Wine. But, with that said, I've become a big, big fan of Springpad ( - I just like its responsiveness, the types of documents and services they offer, the easy synching between web and Android smartphone.