JaypeeOnline Recap: The Year That Was 2015

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I published my first year end post back in 2007 and followed it up consecutively in 2008, 2009 and then 2010. After that, I got lazy and haven’t published any year end posts. This year, I decided to revive this blog “tradition” and make sure that I would faithfully do it in the coming years.

If you aren’t a long-time reader or haven’t come across my previous year-end posts, I’d like to give you a little bit of information on what these posts are about and why I do them. These year-end posts are a way for me to look back and appreciate all the things that I’ve accomplished, experienced (good and bad) as well as other notable events that happened during that year.

Below are the following highlights – significant events and other stuff that has happened or was published on JaypeeOnline for the year 2015:

Other highlights for JaypeeOnline that were not published on the blog are the following: our Facebook page reaching 5,000 fans (thanks to your support!) and I finally (better late than never) created an Instagram account for JaypeeOnline.

I haven’t counted or compared the posts with previous years but I believe that this year – 2015 has been the year with the most giveaways. If I had the extra time and if I put in more effort there would’ve been more. But anyway, I’m still glad that I was able to give away and share a lot of stuff with you guys. I’ll do my best to exceed that next year. I’m planning to host a big giveaway to celebrate the 10th year anniversary of my domain.

Even though I wasn’t able to set up my blog goals for 2015, I’m still very happy about the accomplishments as well as the different events and experiences that I had this past year. It all wouldn’t have been possible without the support of my family, regular & longtime readers, and generous sponsors.

I wish you all a happy and prosperous Happy New Year!

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    1. Hehe..I know it might sound silly but the emails looked legit and weren’t your typical spam. Check out the post to see the sample and tell me if you’d immediately identify if that was spam? :P

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