Now that my book "The Visual Marketing Revolution" has launched, I am reflecting on what I hoped to deliver. I'm also listening to a lot of feedback (and look forward to hearing yours as well.)
I have been working online for almost 20 years, starting at AOL in 1994. I have used mind maps for almost that long and have always worked visually. The thing that attracted me to AOL was the visual interface that helped people at all skill levels enjoy an online experience. Working with online companies over the years has given me the greatest appreciation about what holds companies back.
What I wanted to do with this book was give you every idea, method and tactic I knew of to help you get value from visual thinking. The book contains ideas for using visuals to help you, your staff and colleagues and your customers benefit.
I hope you'll let me know if you have any thoughts about how I can continue to add to your appreciation of the value of using visuals for thinking and marketing.