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12 Surprising Ways to Use Evernote You Might Not Have Considered

By Michael Hyatt 

If you aren’t using Evernote yet, perhaps you should! Keep reading to learn about 12 surprising ways to use Evernote and see why over 100 million people are already using it.

What features do you like best about Evernote?

12 Surprising Ways to Use Evernote You Might Not Have Considered

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Evernote And LinkedIn Launch A New Business Card App For iOS To Organize Your Contacts

By Chris Gayomali (Fast Company)

Evernote and LinkedIn teamed up to create an even better way to keep track of your business cards. Scan a business card into Evernote and it will call up that person’s job title, company, and other contact information from LinkedIn, as long as your Evernote and LinkedIn accounts are connected. Learn more about this new app and how it can help you keep your business cards organized and searchable.

What is your current method for storing business cards?

Evernote And LinkedIn Launch A New Business Card App For iOS To Organize Your Contacts 

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7 Best Note Taking Apps

Brett Nuckles (Business News Daily)

Before jotting down notes on scattered Post-it notes during your next prospect call, consider taking notes digitally. Not only will this help prevent your notes from getting lost, but digital notes are also searchable so you can always find what you’re looking for. Continue reading for 7 of the best apps for digital note taking.

Do you prefer to take notes on paper or digitally?

7 Best Note Taking Apps

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Prospecting Using Evernote – Part I | Real Life Selling

Many prospects these days can easily hide behind voicemail or email. It takes a systematic prospecting approach and follow up procedure just to get them on the phone. Evernote can help ease the tension by organizing all of your contact information and calling details all in one easy to use source.

What are some other tools that help you stay organized while prospecting?

Prospecting Using Evernote – Part I | Real Life Selling.


Using Evernote for Prospecting – Part II | Real Life Selling

Prospecting today involves many steps; the initial phone call or email, making notes of each correspondence, and most importantly, following up. Try using Evernote to keep track of all these steps in one source. Keep reading for ways to incorporate Evernote into your prospecting strategy.

What other tools or tips do you use when prospecting?

Using Evernote for Prospecting – Part II | Real Life Selling.


Must Have Apps for Sales Professionals

With new technology comes new channels for sales professionals to find prospective clients and leads. One of the best innovations to utilize in sales are mobile apps. With over 700,000 apps available to download and over 300 being created each day, it can be hard to sift through the ones will be the most useful. Fortunately, we have narrowed these down to a list of 6 apps that we believe are essential for a modern day sales professional to become more efficient and to sell more.

1. LinkedIn by LinkedIn Corporation


LinkedIn is not just for job hunting anymore. It has become the go to place to keep track of and communicate with your professional network. There is a constant stream of status, profile updates and connections from your clients and companies you follow. This will provide you with insight to make a real life connection. Many people will include different projects they’re focusing on and even what teams they are working in. From this you can figure out who the decision makers are and who your target prospects should be. There is even a feature to integrate your Google Calendar to get information on who you’re meeting on different days and the app will match meeting invitees with LinkedIn. Another valuable feature is called “Who’s Viewed Your Updates.” This feature offers insightful data visualization about who is Liking, Viewing, and Commenting on your LinkedIn updates. If someone has viewed your profile it is a good excuse to reach out to them. If you look at someone else’s profile, it may encourage them to check out your profile.

Available for: iphone, ipad, Android, Windows Phone, and Blackberry

Cost: Free

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