Today it’s been exactly one year since Cloud Productivity was launched. The site was originally launched under the name “Cloud-Up” and was hosted by Blogspot. But after just a couple of posts, I felt so energised that this blog was going to succeed, that it was going to survive. I had found a topic that I love and I can continue to create content for.
Originally, the blog was aimed at providing content aimed at the “cloud”, “saas” and business process efficiencies. However, after just a couple of posts my focus morphed from just business process efficiencies, to personal process efficiencies. So now the focus of the blog is cloud applications, productivity (personal process efficiency) and awesome technology (software).
Over the course of the last twelve months I’ve been able to capture the attention of some amazing people, and I owe a huge thank you to my good friend, Daniel Gold of DEG Consulting. Daniel has authored two amazing ebooks on Evernote and Springpad and has recently made me a guest blogger. If you’re a regular reader you’ll know that I’m a huge fan of Evernote and I use it religiously, every day. That and Wunderkit of course. If you’re looking for quick and easy ways to start getting more done and becoming more efficient, I highly recommend you grab a copy of Daniel’s ebook Evernote®: The unofficial eBook to capturing everything and getting things done! as well as my first ebook, Wunderbook: Life Organized with Wunderkit. I guarantee that you’ll find inspiration and ways that you can start to track everything and start doing instead of worrying.
The last twelve months has been amazing, but things have only just begun! Look forward to a lot more amazing thing to happen in the next year and beyond! You might get to see more ebooks, guides, projects and who knows what else!?
Remember, you can stay right up-to-date with everything that happens on Cloud Productivity before it hits the blog by following the Cloud Productivity workspace on Wunderkit, following me on Twitter and joining the Cloud Productivity Facebook page.
Thanks again for your readership over the last twelve months. Every day sees something new come to life. What will tomorrow hold?