Thank you for your reprise Metta.
I agree with you: while Harlan says that the Webbrain is "converted" to HTML to the eyes of Google, it's important to know how Google sees the Brain and each single content.
I think we need real feedback if we want to use our Brains for professional (commercial?) purposes, at the same level as we curate the SEO of our websites.
I think the staff of TheBrain should take it seriously: questions like these mean we are really seeing a great potential in TheBrain, that goes beyond the internal uses.
It may take this software to a higher level.
I work in the Psychology field, most of my issues (Cyberbullying, Hikikomori, Internet Addiction, and related) are multi-factorial and intertwined like the Web itself, so even a mind map is too simple.
A 3D mind map (like a Brain) is the best solution.
Anyway, I see embedding the Brain into a web page is the best thing to do right now:
- you share the actual link to your website, and people click on it and learn your domain
- while people navigate your Brain, they stay on your website, and Google likes it ;-)
Hope to read news from the Staff very soon.