If you’re a blogger or manage a website, a mind map can be a powerful tool to help you develop a more complete list of keywords for search engine optimization (SEO). It can also help you to capture the data you need to make better informed SEO decisions.
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Droptask is a new web-based visual task management application that aims to help individuals and small teams to manage tasks and projects more effectively. However, in its current early beta stage, it’s missing several essential features.
The first issue of Using Mind Maps, a new interactive magazine published by Faizel Mohidin, debuted last week, and it’s quite impressive.
Every customer has pain – unsolved problems that you must target and solve to persuade him or her to buy your product or service. But targeting the right one key to successful marketing and sales campaigns.
Attention, bloggers: I am now in the process of writing an enhanced e-book that will help you to develop and manage the business of your blog more effectively – using a visual thinking and planning tool called mind mapping software.
When you’re creating visual diagrams and infographics, it makes a lot of sense to cultivate a “signature” style that is recognizable anywhere. That’s exactly what Gerry Moran has done with his informative “blueprint” infographics.
The world’s most creative people develop better ideas by looking at situations from different perspectives than the rest of us. In particular, most people tend to start from where they are now when searching for creative solutions. A more productive approach, according to Keith Sawyer, author of Zig Zag: The Surprising Path to Greater Creativity, is to “go back from the future.”
Want to make a screencast of you presenting your mind map, so you can share it with others or publish it to your website? It’s easy to do. In this Mind Mapping Insider tutorial, I will explain how to use three screencast tools to create an effective video demonstration.
Mind mapping on the iPad is a powerful combination for business. Here are 10 ways you can use them to think deeply about your business – and kick your productivity and creativity up several notches in the process!