• 00:13

    Mindmapping, Citations, NutshellMail, Mailbox for iPhone

    in Marketing

    This week on the Marketing Technology Blog with Edge of the Web Radio - Mindmapping 101 with our sponsors and clients Mindjet - a fantastic way to creatively and logically plan your projects. Receive a great daily report of customized information via NutshellMail from Constant Contact - a free tool that puts Twitter and Facebook right in your inbox.
    We chat up Mailbox, a fantastic iPhone app that allows you to easily navigate your email - archiving, deleting, scheduling for later or adding to a list. 
    We discuss Citations and Co-citations, an innovation in search engine optimization where Google is utilizing things besides links and keywords to rank your authority... they're using things like business names, addresses and phone numbers to determine authority.
    And more of course!

  • 00:30

    Interview with Jamie Nast and Susie Watson

    in Software

    What's the latest after VizThink

  • 00:15

    MindManager user vignette--Chris Heuer

    in Software

    Chris Heuer is a social media guru and an uber mindmapper...let's hear how he uses mindmapping day to day

  • 00:31

    Author/Publisher/Marketer - Roger C. Parker

    in Business

    Roger C. Parker helps you save time planning, writing, promoting, and profiting from a brand-building book.
    Whether you’re a new author or a published author looking for efficient writing and publishing resources to write an even more successful follow-up book, Roger helps you leverage your expertise into book sales and more coaching, consulting, and speaking opportunities.
    Roger has been writing, marketing, and publishing since since he graduated college. He's intimately familiar with the brand-building power of a published book.
    His first book, Looking Good in Print, led to over 40 other books, that, ultimately, sold over 1.6 million copies in 37 languages.
    Additionally, his first book led to international speaking opportunities and working with clients ranging from hundreds of start-ups to firms like Apple, Hewlett-Packard, Microsoft, Mindjet, and Yamaha.

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