Topic focused Brains are ideal for sharing and publishing. They are a great way to enter into the publishing arena on WebBrain.com and are a ton of fun to create. Here’s how to create a compelling Brain in 6 simple steps.
1. Select the Right Topic: Breadth or Depth?
If you want to attract attention on your blog or webbrain.com choosing a topic that’s engaging is a must. If you are pressed for time and want to publish, keep your topic focused. For instance, instead of mind mapping out the entire history of the United States you could choose a more specific topic like “the Effect of the Industrial Revolution” or American Entrepreneurs. Narrowing down your topic will help you avoid any gaping holes in your content and ensure that your Brain covers all key ideas on your subject.
TheBrain development team has been hard at work developing key user requests and designing new features for expansive knowledgebase creation and easy idea capture.
This new release is all about tailoring your PersonalBrain to your unique work patterns. From floating your Brain transparently on your desktop to synchronizing it to the WebBrain cloud, your PersonalBrain becomes an extension of your own mind for faster thinking and intelligent access to your information.
Whether you are juggling multiple projects, managing your department or starting a new business you need to understand key projects and market factors instantly.
PersonalBrain helps you concretize business relationships and see otherwise invisible factors that will affect your company’s success.
Want to build a Web site without having to worry about how people are going to navigate around it? Would you like to just put your Brain up on your site and have the linked pages show up in an area on your site? This slightly more involved than basic Brain publishing and embedding, but not difficult really. This short tutorial will walk you through everything needed to get TheBrain’s slick navigation, visualization and search up on your site quickly and easily.
To build a Brain and set it up for use as your web site navigator, you will need the following:
Ready? Let’s get started…
Can Google see my Brain?
Yes, Google (and other search engines) can crawl your Brain and index it for searches, whether you just publish it on WebBrain and even if you embed it on your own site. The only exception is private Brains (obviously) and in some cases unlisted Brains. Keep reading for the nitty gritty details about how this works…
The new WebBrain hosting service is now in beta. It lets you easily publish Brains online in just a few steps. You don’t need a Web server, all you need is your Brain. Just use the File > Create BrainZip command and then upload the file at http://webbrain.com. Once published, your Brain can be viewed from just about anywhere. It’s currently still in beta, but there are a lot of features in place already.
To put your Brain online: