Search Friendly Mind Maps or being in the Top 10 on Google

Share these eventsTwitterFacebookLinkedinemailAndrew Wilcox – Cabre presented his experiment to see how a mind map would perform in Google search results and how in general mind maps were performing in search results. He loaded it on ConferenceREACTION, Maps for That and Biggerplate.  The latter two are uploading and displaying sites like YouTube or Flickr but […]

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Touchy Feely Mind Maps – the mobile markets

Share these eventsTwitterFacebookLinkedinemailCraig spotted the opportunity for a mobile mind mapping app and was the first to market with iThoughts. His app (it is only him) is the leader in the market and shares maps easily with many other desktop, web and mobile software. Mobile is different: the user interface requires a different strategies to […]

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Giving Mind Mapping Mainstream Status – Jim Mather, Gael

Share these eventsTwitterFacebookLinkedinemailJim’s presentation was given at a speed beyond my mind mapping skills. I quickly realised there was one clear message, which you should get by looking at the map below. He gave us a Highland torrent of examples of applying MindGenius in community politics to help stakeholders reach concensus on difficult decisions.   In […]

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