#LotusKnows Today - Free eProductivity Software

Tuesday, September 22nd, 2009
The Lotus Knows campaign kicked off today. Congratulations to the Lotus Marketing Team for a great start. Apparently, there are sightings all over, including in the Wall street Journal and the Boston Globe print editions with more media coverage promised.


Here's a link to the Lotus Knows web site and to the Lotus Knows Twitter Fountain, hosted by Chris Blatnick. Here's a link to our Lotus Knows video entry with comments from myself and David Allen.


Rock Your Work with Lotus and eProductivity - for free

To join the celebration, I've decided to give away a free eProductivity license today -- that's a $399 value. Here's all you need to know:

1. Review, download and try eProductivity. (There's nothing to install. Simply download, open, and go. When you are done, delete the sample database.) The process takes about 15 minutes.

2. When you are done exploring the software, complete the built-in feedback form and click the button to send it in. Be sure to include a link to your blog or Twitter ID

3. Then -- and here's the important step --  blog about any three eProductivity features you think are cool and tell me how they will help you get things done. If you prefer to Tweet instead, just post three Tweets -- one for each, feature that stands out to you. Be sure to include the #eProductivity hash tag so I'll know you have tweeted.

4. At 11:00 PM PST tonight, I'll ask Amy & Wendy to review the feedback we receive and find any referenced blogs or Tweets. Then, we'll select the most compelling one to receive a free eProductivity License.

Ready to get started? Follow this link and complete steps 1, 2, and 4. If you have time, watch the video (step 3) that will give you some detail.

You've got nothing to lose and you just might discover a new way to get things done in Lotus Notes.

Good luck!

P.S. When you send in your feedback, you'll automatically be entered in a drawing for a free GTD system from David Allen.

I'm getting a lot of inquires from people that do not use or who have never heard of Lotus Notes. eProductivity requires Lotus Notes. There's a link for first-time Notes users on our web site. Sorry, but we can't help you with new user installs of Lotus Notes.

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