Get a Lifetime Subscription to GTDagenda for Free – and Become a Writer Too?
GTDagenda is a productivity application made to fit directly into the Getting Things Done methodology created by David Allen. The program appears to be fairly robust, though still "up and coming" and we’ve been curious about it for a while now. Our curiosity was piqued further when we heard that they had recently implemented an Evernote integration, which could solve some of the issues (such as calendars and reminders) that people run into when using Evernote as a GTD platform. So when the folks at GTDagenda contacted us to see if we would do a review – and offered two, lifetime, Premium subscriptions to our readers for free – we figured this was a great opportunity search for a few new writers.
Wait. What? – Read on. You’ll see what I mean.
We want to run a contest with you — two contests, actually, so everyone can participate!
For the first phase of the contest:
The folks at GTDagenda will give away one of the free-for-life Premium subscriptions (normally $69.95/year) to whomever submits the best impartial review of GTDagenda to 40Tech. 40Tech will be the judge of the article, not GTDagenda, and the key word here is impartial. We don’t care if the review isn’t glowing or if you decline the free subscription, in the end.
For phase two:
We will post the winner’s article as a featured post here on 40Tech.com, and offer up the second free-for-life Premium subscription to GTDagenda to one of our readers. We won’t be letting the details on that little contest loose until the article is up, though – you’ll never get them out of us without resorting to tickle torture!
Finally, the author of the winning article will be invited to become a regular writer on 40Tech, with all of the benefits, prestige and other such goodness therein (mainly fun, writing credits, and a safe and accepted outlet for geeky-ness)!
Head over to our Contact Form to send us your article. We’ll need it by the the 9th of July, 2010 (that’s a Friday).