We at nooQ are fully supporting #noemailday.
A subject so close to our heart, we are building nooQ to do this on a permanent basis. Our cartoon on why we started nooQ
A product to sit on top of email, giving you our unique interface where you can adjust the volume on people and subjects to show you exactly what you are interested in. Hope you will get involved and try no email for one day. See how more creative and productive you can be.
If you want to try “the most innovative social platform on the market” please request beta site and in the near future this will be an everyday celebration not just once a year.
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No Email Day – The Fully Story
No Email Day began as a viral marketing campaign encouraging people to avoid email for 24hrs on 11th November 2011 and use alternative methods of communication to be more productive with their time.
The original 9-page ‘manifesto’ was read over 30,000 times in October 2011 after The Next Web ran a piece on it resulting in thousands of people blogging, Tweeting and sharing it around the world. The campaign then received international support and media coverage by BBC Radio 5 Live, Wall Street Journal, Wired and The Sunday Times. IBM even launched their own social media campaign to coincide with No Email Day and included my manifesto on their ‘Outside the Inbox’ homepage.
Inspired by Seth Godin’s ‘Poke The Box’ and ‘Unleashing The Ideavirus’, No Email Day was an experiment to see how far ideas can spread if certain criteria are met and has continued to gain momentum and support to become an annual event that anyone can join online.
The next ‘No Email Day’ is due to take place on 04/04/14 so if you’d like to get involved please Follow the campaign on Twitter @NoEmailDayHQ and feel free to blog and Tweet about it including the #noemailday hashtag.