Here’s a look a what to expect from the 2014 version of the Visual Mapping Review Series. I’m looking forward to seeing the improvements in products from last year, and also at seeing what else it out there.
YouTube Link (Length: 2:34)
00:35 – At least one day with each
00:55 – One size does not fit all
01:06 – Last years reviews
01:32 – How you can get involved
Transcript of Video:
Would you like to have an over-the-shoulder look at how to get real work done using visual maps? That's the whole point of the visual mapping review series.
Hey, it's Kevin. You know, there are a ton of different visual mapping solutions out there. There's a new one released every week. My goals with the visual mapping review series is to try and go through all the clutter and try to give you my opinion on a number of different ones, so you can pick which one works and maybe which one doesn't work.
Similar to last year, I'm going to spend at least one full day with each product. I”m going to tell you what I like, and what I don't because I believe that if someone can't say anything good about a product, they're probably not a very good reviewer.
And if someone can't say anything negative, they're probably either getting paid off, they haven't looked hard enough, or the don't know what they're talking about.
Now clearly, one size does not fill all. What works for me might not work for you. So take my opinions, listen to them, and then go ahead and make your own decision about what you want to go with.
Last year I did 7 reviews. Mind Meister, Mind Jet, XMind, Mind 42, Bubble.us, Freemind, and The Brain.
I thought I did a lot, but this year I'm taking you deeper. I have a long list of visual mapping programs that I would love to cover. I'm going to do my best to go over as many as I possibly can, and I'll do my best to cover as many of the popular ones as I can, but there are just so many that I can't cover every single one.
I'm encouraging you to get involved in this year's visual mapping review series. You can do that by leaving a comment. Tell me what you like about a review, maybe what you don't like.
You could even say, “Hey Kev, you missed this program; review it!” I'll see what I can do. Again, no guarantees.
That's the hub of the whole Visual Mapping Review Series. Subscribe there to make sure you don't miss a thing.
Thanks so much for watching, and remember, It's the little things you do each day, that truly make you great.