Meet The Social Media Guys

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, social media expert Ant Hodges … Read more

Newswire service launched by Graham Jones

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 on Internet marketing, social networking, … Read more

Graham Jones appointed Lecturer in Ecommerce

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 lectured on Internet Marketing for … Read more

Graham Jones gets Masters degree in communication

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 gained this qualification. It has … Read more

Facebook does not harm children’s brains

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: “Once again we have apparently … Read more

Social networking does not cause cancer

Research published today (19th February 2009) suggests that people run an increased risk of cancer if they use social networking sites such as Facebook. However, according to Internet Psychologist Graham Jones, the study is flawed and contains some basic errors of logic. “This study puts two sets of data together and then makes jumps in … Read more

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