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.
In this new report, I’ll walk you through a common-sense process for developing a social media strategy, using a mind map.
Earlier this week, I was the guest of the weekly SMCHAT, a Twitter-based group that is focused on innovation in social media.The topics of our discussion were collaborating with mind mapping software, selling your firm’s management on investing in it and the latest mobile mind map technology and what makes it so valuable for busy executives.
I recently had the opportunity to interview Michael Martine, author of the popular Remarkablogger blog, where he focuses on helping readers to be more effective at internet marketing, social media and managing their blogging businesses.He’s also a big fan of mind mapping software. Read on to learn why.
Social Media Chat is an online community that is devoted to discussing social media and how it can be applied to business. The group runs a Ning forum, as well as a weekly 2-hour chat via Twitter. Yesterday, the group focused on “mind mapping 101,” and I was the invited guest expert.
At work, I’m managing a new social media project that will involve Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin, YouTube and Flickr. So I created a dashboard map in MindManager 8 to make it easy for me to capture the key measurables for each service. I genericized it so I could share it with you on this blog.