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Evernote at SXSWi

Posted by Andrew Sinkov on 11 Mar 2011

Posted by Andrew Sinkov on 11 Mar 2011

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There are two certainties about life in the Bay Area: (1) whether you like it or not someone will encourage you to attend Burning Man and (2) it seems like everyone disappears to South By Southwest in March.

This year a number of us are heading down to Austin for the big conference. If you’re around, stop by Phil Libin’s talk. We hope you can make it. Here are the details:

Title: Love Can Pay The Bills
Want 1 million people to pay for your product? Get 100 million people to love it. But how do you get there? What’s the secret to creating engagement and building value? What makes a successful Freemium business work? Here’s a hint: don’t be clever. Invest in making a product that brings joy and business success will follow. Best part, you don’t need single social feature to do it. We will discuss ways to reach your business goals by focusing on a positive, long-term relationship with your users and fans.

  • Date: March 13th at 12:30pm
  • Location: Hilton Salon AB
  • Address: 500 East 4th Street

Find us and get free Evernote gear

Follow Evernote on Foursquare to see what panels and parties the team is attending. If you spot an Evernoter (we’ll probably be wearing Evernote t-shirts) ask us for some free stuff. You may walk away with stickers, t-shirts, Premium gift cards, and more.

See you there!

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  • John

    Do you need SXSW access to attend or is it open to the public?

    • Andrew Sinkov

      You need a ticket to get into the conference.

  • Anders Abrahamsson

    Is there a slideshare?

    I followed it thru the stream yesterday, and now I’m compiling an article for http://socialmediaclubhouse.com covering the content of the presentation – from the remote. I am in Sweden :).

    Peace,
    Anders

  • Gail H

    Phil’s talk was great and it was really interesting to see such detail around revenue, projections and the cohort analysis. We were going to go up and say hi afterwards (I became a Premium user so I could share my notebook about our upcoming SXSW trip with my partner) but the line was too long!