Toastmasters Marketing resources

I've launched a marketing project for the benefice of Toastmasters International. Here the map of ressources for VP-PR and TMers. Feel free to join us on the Xing multi-language networking plateform https://www.xing.com/net/tmi Best Regards, -- Laurent J.V. Dubois VP-PR of the amazing Parisian Club Lutèce 75

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1. SiteMap Generator

2. MindMap

2.1. Mindmeister

2.1.1. Toastmasters Marketing Resources

3. Collaborative tool

4. Leader Wanted

4.1. Requirements?

4.2. a marketing ressource

4.2.1. for VP-PR

4.2.2. for TMers who want to promote TM

5. Profil Page

5.1. About me page

5.1.1. example

5.2. Interest

5.3. Organizations

5.4. Universities

6. About this MindMap

6.1. It is

6.2. It isn't

6.2.1. A web or TM directory

6.2.1.1. by example

6.2.1.1.1. Division web sites

6.2.1.1.2. Club web sites

6.2.1.1.3. District web sites

6.3. discussions

6.4. Offline - Export

7. Web2.0

7.1. AddressBook

7.1.1. Plaxo Pulse

7.2. Google Docs

7.2.1. Example

7.3. Google Calendar

7.3.1. Example

7.4. Maps

7.4.1. Frappr Map

7.4.2. haardvarkmap

7.5. Pictures

7.5.1. flickr

7.5.1.1. Blog Picto 80x15

7.6. bookmarks

7.6.1. diigo group

7.7. Dynamic Speaking Avatar

7.7.1. MySpace Blog example

7.8. Online Chat

7.8.1. Meebo

8. social networking

8.1. Xing

8.1.1. Invitation

8.1.2. Services

8.1.2.1. Group

8.1.2.1.1. languages

8.1.2.2. Event announcement

8.1.2.3. Guest research

8.1.2.4. Forums

8.2. LinkedIn

8.2.1. Group

8.2.2. Q&A

8.2.2.1. Examples

8.2.2.1.1. Dublin Toastmasters

8.2.2.1.2. Are you a Toastmaster ?

8.2.2.1.3. Are you attending Toastmasters Convention in Phoenix, Arizona, on August 15-18 ?

8.2.3. Recommendations

8.2.3.1. Example

8.2.4. Connections

8.3. FaceBook

8.3.1. Group

8.3.2. WebTV embedded

8.3.3. Event management

8.3.3.1. example

8.4. Viadeo

8.4.1. Invitation

8.4.2. Services

8.4.2.1. Forums

8.4.2.2. Classified Ads

8.4.2.3. Event annoncement

8.4.2.4. Guest research

8.4.2.5. Profile page

8.4.2.5.1. Former/student alumni of

8.4.2.5.2. Your keywords

8.4.2.5.3. Your degree/qualification

8.4.2.5.4. Your Hobbies

8.4.2.6. Group / Hub

8.4.2.6.1. French Hub

8.4.2.7. Recommendations

8.4.2.7.1. example

8.5. Hi5

8.5.1. Group

8.6. flirckr

8.7. Twitter

8.7.1. live reports from conferences/workshops/workgroups

8.7.2. Short statements

8.7.3. teasers for events

8.7.4. reminders for call to action

8.8. Friendster

8.8.1. Group

8.9. Xanga

8.9.1. Blogring

8.10. 43Things

8.10.1. TMI Goals

8.11. Second Life

8.11.1. Group

8.11.2. Meetings

8.12. eCademy

8.13. SelfGrowth.com

8.13.1. Expert designation w/TI noted in profile

9. SEO

9.1. Free SEO Software

9.2. Bookmarking tools

9.3. Free Google Up

10. Video

10.1. WebTV

10.1.1. Web example

10.1.2. MySpace example

10.1.3. YouTube Group

10.2. YouTube

11. Forums

11.1. NewsGroup

11.1.1. primary link

11.1.2. by google

11.2. Toastmasters Forum

12. Join our Marketing Team !

13. Wiki

13.1. Toastmasters Wikia

13.2. Wikipedia

14. Marketing guides

14.1. Publicity and Promotion Handbook

14.2. Public Relations Templates

14.3. TI Speakers Bureau brochure

15. Web 1.0

15.1. Hosting

15.1.1. free toast host

15.1.2. google

15.2. Maps

15.2.1. Unofficial Toastmasters District Club Map

15.3. Easy-Speak

16. For Corporate TM Club

16.1. Company endorsement or sponsorship

16.1.1. company newsletter

16.1.2. company intranet

16.1.3. part of company traning program

16.1.3.1. General or specific skill enhancements

16.1.4. "lunch & Learn" event

16.1.4.1. Have regular meetings in/near cafeteria

16.1.5. Open House or demo meeting

16.1.5.1. generate a buzz in the office

16.1.6. manager referrals

16.1.7. Leave Toastmasters info in high-traffic areas

16.1.7.1. post flyers or small brocures in bulletin boards

16.1.7.2. Toastmasters magazine

16.1.7.3. add label with club meeting location and time

16.1.8. Put TM info in New employee info packet

16.1.9. Include in new employee orientation

16.2. Closed or restricted membership

16.2.1. Marketing effort focused on eligable membership candidates

16.2.2. Can be an "outside" TI club sponsor

16.3. TMI merchandise on the desk

16.3.1. Generates questions

16.3.1.1. prepare "elevator" speech

16.3.1.1.1. Communication

16.3.1.1.2. Leadership

16.3.1.1.3. Quick thinking

16.3.1.1.4. Peer teaching and evaluation

16.3.1.1.5. Safe environment to pratice, learn

16.3.2. Mug, CC award, etc

16.4. Identify yourself as a Toastmaster during work presentations

16.4.1. lapel pin

16.4.2. portfolio or briefcase

17. Speaking at Non-Profit Organizations

17.1. LIONS

17.2. Kiwanis

17.3. Boy/Girl Scouts

17.4. Schools

17.4.1. (includes K-12/colleges/universities)

17.5. Rotary (weekly speaker needs)

18. ads in targeted magazines

18.1. age group

18.1.1. AARP

18.1.2. GRAND Magazine

18.2. specialty

18.2.1. O magazine

18.2.2. Self

18.3. industry

18.3.1. Forbes

18.3.2. Biz 2.0

18.4. professional

18.4.1. NSA (National Speakers Assoc.)

18.4.2. ASTD (American Society for Training & Develop.)

18.4.3. MPI (Meeting Professionals Intl.)

18.5. comment

18.5.1. For the organisation yes, but for a local Club ? I'm surprised by the lake of Press lobbying operations on this map ... LJVD

18.5.1.1. Press operation