Learn how to use mind maps to boost your reading, writing, and content marketing productivity at Biggerplate.com.
Biggerplate is an online library with thousands of mind maps in hundreds of categories, contributed by over 50,000 members.
No software needed
Biggerplate allows you to explore the benefits of mind mapping before you buy one of today’s popular mind mapping software programs!
You can search Biggerplate for mind maps by category, such as architecture, branding, content marketing, productivity, reading, travel, or writing.
You can also search for, and download, mind maps created with your favorite mind mapping software, such as:
But, even if you don’t own a mind mapping software program, you can view thousands of mind map examples, expanding and collapsing topics, and exploring topics while familiarizing yourself with the benefits of mind mapping.
My latest Biggerplate mind maps
I’ve uploaded three types of mind maps at Biggerplate:
- Mind maps for reading. You can use mind maps of published bestselling business books to study how their authors have organized their books. You can also use mind maps to take notes while reading. Examples I’ve uploaded to Biggerplate include Charles Duhigg’s The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Business and in Life, Gary Keller and Jay Papasane’s The ONE Thing, Michael Hyatt’s Platform: Get Noticed in a Noisy World, and Mitchell Levy’s 42 Rules for Driving Success with Books.
- Mind maps for writing. I use mind maps like these to help my clients plan their writing, such as my 3-Step Universal Writing Planner for Articles, Blog Posts, and and Content Marketing and Joel Friedlander’s 9 Keys to Blogging Success from A-list Bloggers.
- Mind maps for content marketing. Joe Pulizzi’s Epic Content Marketing: How to Tell a Different Story, Break Through the Clutter, and Win More Customers by Marketing Less.
Visit Biggerplate to view a complete list of my mind maps, as well as track future maps that I’m in the process of uploading.
Do you use mind maps to boost your productivity?
How do you use mind maps for reading, writing, or content marketing productivity? Share your experiences below, or share your favorite mind maps with others by uploading them to Biggerplate.com.