Facebook study criticised by Internet Psychologist for poor ethical procedures
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Search Engine Journal awards Graham Jones Blog a “Top 10” status.
Click.ology author Graham Jones comments on the latest phase in online shopping being pioneered by retailer John Lewis.
The blog written by Internet Psychologist, Graham Jones, was today voted in to the Top 10 UK Marketing Blogs by Cision UK, the country’s leading suppliers to the media industry. Pitching in at Number 6, Graham’s blog beat other well-known marketing blogs into lower positions. Graham said: “I am delighted.
Internet Psychologist Graham Jones calls for businesses to limit their use of email.
Internet Psychologist Graham Jones has been appointed as a judge in the international competition, The Web Awards. These are run each year by the Web Marketing Association in a bid to find the best websites in the world. Graham said: “I am delighted to have been selected as a judge
The Social Media Guys LIVE Tour comes to Reading, Berkshire, on 9th November and the “Early Bird” registration rate of £27 ends today (19th October 2010). The Social Media Guys are Graham Jones, Nigel Morgan and Ant Hodges – three people who have earned money directly from social media. In
Professional speaker, Graham Jones, was one of the judges at the London inter-schools Public Speaking Competition held in Hammersmith and Fulham last night (Friday 15th October 2010). Graham had been invited in his role as President of the Professional Speaking Association and was one of five judges, including public speaking
Graham Jones was elected President of the Professional Speaking Association at its Annual General Meeting on 1st October 2010. Members voted unanimously for Graham to become their President for 2010-2011. Graham said: “I am honoured to be the next President of the PSA. It is a job I am looking
Business owners in Berkshire are set to discover just how social media, such as Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn, can boost their company’s profits. And this advice will be dispensed free of charge by three experts in various aspects of social media. The Social Media Guys are Internet Psychologist Graham Jones,
Politicians are hoping that social networks, such as Twitter, could have a positive influence on the outcome of the forthcoming General Election in the UK. However, according to Internet Psychologist Graham Jones the impact is more likely to be negative. Speaking on BBC Radio Five Live last night (1hr 6
Researchers at the University of Leeds have demonstrated a link between using the Internet and moderate depression. People should not, however, jump to the conclusion that the Internet causes depressive illness. Indeed, the reverse may well be the case, with the Internet contributing to an improvement in mental health. Regular
Internet Psychologist Graham Jones has today confirmed a “milestone” in the performance of his website. The grading system run by the Internet marketing agency HubSpot has placed Graham’s site within the Top 5,000 websites in its database of more than 1.5m. “This is fantastic news,” said Graham, “I have worked
Graham Jones, Internet Psychologist, has launched his “Newswire” service on his rapidly growing website. The Newswire provides readers with the lates press releases from organisations working in the Internet sector. Web psychologist Graham Jones said: “The idea of The Newswire is to provide a central resource where all press releases
The Archbishop of Westminster, Vincent Nichols, the head of the Catholic Church in England and Wales, has demonstrated a complete lack of understanding of online social networks in an attack on Facebook and MySpace, says Internet Psychologist, Graham Jones. In an interview with the Sunday Telegraph, the archbishop claims that
Graham Jones has been appointed as a Visiting Lecturer in Ecommerce at The University of Buckingham. He will be delivering the e-commerce module for two honours degrees, “Business and Management” and “Marketing and Media Communications”. Graham said: “I am really pleased to be back at the University of Buckingham. I
Graham Jones, Internet Psychologist, has just been awarded a Master of Science (M.Sc.) degree from the UK’s Open University, where he is also an Associate Lecturer. The degree, which has taken three years of study, concentrated on the communication of science and technology. Graham said: “I am delighted to have
Reports published today (24th Feburary 2009) suggest that the Internet, in particular social networking sites like Facebook, can damage the brains of children. The reports first arose in the Daily Mail. However, according to Internet Psychologist Graham Jones, these reports are based on assumption rather than any evidence. He said: