I have now created a second hub, on "Expert Maps". It fits in with my previous hub on mind mapping but it's not as colourful!.
Thanks very much for any advice.
Confusing title and terminology. Pick ONE name, and stick with it. You can explain that multiple names refer to the same, but use only one throughout the hub. You used expert map / influence map / influence diagram interchangeably in the hub, sometimes two at the same time.
Your illustrations are fine, and your European English shows through. Only people on the "other" side of the pond would use "rubbish". We Yanks call it "garbage".
Welcome to HubPages, DreamerMeg I think you did a great job. Only thing I can think of that may be bothersome, is the many breaks to finish reading, between photo's. I would suggest maybe moving a photo or 2 off to the side to maintain flow of the text. Also, maybe add 'problem solving' in your tags. Over all, great job!
Thanks very much. I had a comment in my first hub that the paragraphs were too long, so I think I must have gone the other way! LOL. What do you mean "moving a photo or 2 off to the side"? I didn't know I could place them differently.
Found it! Didn't know you could do that. Thanks very much. I have now floated some pictures to the right and it makes it much easier to read the text and view the diagrams simultaneously. THANKS!
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