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Mindjet selects Roger Parker mind map as the March Mappie winner

Dover NH, March 21st, 2012 -- Mindjet, announced yesterday that best-selling author Roger C. Parker submitted the winning mind map for their monthly Mappie contest.

Mindjet's Mappie contest takes mind map submissions from MindManager users worldwide that are publicly available for download.

Parker, a well-respected mind mapping guru submitted his winning mind map titled 20 Questions to Ask Before You Write a Book. The map provides practical, valuable tips for aspiring authors and writers to help them avoid wasted time and effort in their quest for publishing success.

The map is available for free download from Mindjet's www.MapsforThat.com

website.

About Roger C. Parker

Roger C. Parker is a best-selling author of 38 marketing, business, and design books. He's also a marketing coach, mind-mapping, and consultant who encourages authors, marketers, and business professionals develop their own writing skills so they can ultimately profit from their own published book.

He also hosts a 3-part Webinar Series, Introduction to Mind Mapping for Authors, where he discusses ideas and tasks that will help writers get up to speed working with any type of mind mapping software---including mobile applications and offline mind mapping on paper.

Roger teaches powerful mind mapping basics, tips, and real-life examples to increase productivity that helps them plan, write, promote, and profit from a brand-building book.

To learn more about this webinar, Roger and his coaching and consulting services, or to get information, visit his website

Contact Information

Roger C. Parker

P.O. Box 697

Dover, NH 03820

Tel: 603-866-6046

About Mindjet

Mindjet publishes MindManager, the leading mind mapping software program for Windows, Macintosh and iPhone, iPad, and Android mobile applications. They can be found at www.mindjet.com.

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