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Inviting Friends to Evernote Just Got Even Better

Inviting Friends to Evernote Just Got Even Better

Posted by Stefanie Fazzio on 16 Jan 2014

Posted by Stefanie Fazzio on 16 Jan 2014

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A few months ago, we introduced the Evernote referral program as a way to thank our users for their continual support of Evernote’s success. We’re happy to announce that you can now get even more when you invite friends to start using Evernote. Here’s how it works:

Invite Friends

You probably encourage your friends to try Evernote – now, you can get rewarded for it. Earn 10 points for each of the first three friends that get started with Evernote. That’s enough to get three months of Evernote Premium, with smarter search, more storage, more powerful sharing, and many other exclusive features.

Or, if you’re already an Evernote Premium user, you can redeem your points for additional monthly upload capacity to add lots of scanned documents, high quality images, or any other large files or notes you need to be more productive.

Reward Your Friends
The friends you invite get rewards, too. When any of them start using Evernote, even beyond the first three, they’ll earn a month of Premium for the best Evernote experience.

They Go Premium, You Keep Earning

We’re also happy to announce that whenever any friend you refer purchases Evernote Premium for the first time, you’ll earn an additional 5 points. There’s no limit to the number of points you can earn from friends going Premium.

Learn More

To learn more about the program and view terms, please read this article from our Knowledge Base. To check how many points you have and redeem them for rewards at any time, please visit your account settings on Evernote Web.

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  • Freida

    Evernote just gets better all the time! Thanks guys! :-)

  • Freida

    Evernote just gets better all the time! Thanks guys! :-)

  • Owiredu Debrah

    Excellent and modern.

  • Medialoot

    I seriously recommend Evernote to every person I come across who has ever digitally written a note in front of me. This is good news, indeed.