Graham Jones in UK Top 10 Marketing Blogs

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...

Graham Jones appointed Web Award Judge

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...

Social Media Guys Tour – Early Bird to End

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...

Graham Jones Judges Public Speaking Contest

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...

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...

Twitter will break, not make the General Election

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...

Internet usage does not cause depression

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...
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