In all honesty, I did not need to purchase Workflowy Pro. I cannot imagine requiring more than 250 bullets in a single month (I use an entirely separate account for my job), the themes aren't compelling enough to justify $50/year, and my Dropbox account is currently too full for me to sync ANYTHING.
- Clean out or upgrade Dropbox account
- Sync Workflowy to Dropbox account
- Figure out why Weebly won't allow me to indent these bullet points into subpoints]
But I purchased Workflowy's premium services—because I love the program. I gave them money simply to support their product, out of an irrational fear that maybe one day they'll be $50 short of staying in business. I want Workflowy's people to know that people like me love the product their people made.
My attempts to flesh out my latest novel revolted -- in the best pro-change, pro-innovation, anti-status-quo way -- once I discovered Workflowy. When I moved back home to New Orleans and needed to remember this restaurant or that bar or that neighborhood, it allowed me to use the same tool to keep track of them all.
Today, I opened my Workflowy account, and it made me happy. So I gave them $50.
Best business strategy ever, Workflowy.