Yes But Would You Pay For It?

Yes But Would You Pay For It?

By John Jantsch

I think the true test of many of the Web2.0 offerings out there is whether or not somebody would pay up a little cash for a service that is or was free.

For some I use I would say no, others maybe, Jott – I just did. Jott came out of beta recently with a host of new features – including two pay options. I use and love the tool so much I’m now willing to pay for. That’s a pretty big compliment because once something is free, it’s tough to move to a paid model.

My favorite new feature is a software called Jott Express that has become my daily to-do list manager. It sits on my desktop and syncs with Jott messages I give it for projects.

Here’s an overview I Jott I posted on the Digital Nomads site

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