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Internet dating helps online marketers

Research on Internet dating could help Internet marketers. The study, conducted at Queen’s University, Belfast, Northern Ireland, shows that people who use online dating sites attempt to present their real selves, rather than an idealised or false self. Earlier...

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Facial research helps Internet marketers

New psychology research at Princeton University provides a clue to Internet marketers about what they need to concentrate on. The study was conducted to find out how long we need to make up our mind about a person by looking at their face. It has been known for some...

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Boost your web site with colour psychology

Recent research suggests people leave a web site 50 milliseconds after they enter it, unless they see some reason to linger. In other words, people are making an instant decision as to whether or not your site provides them with what they want even before...

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How reciprocity boosts Internet marketing for you

Several psychological studies have shown that there is a social feature of human beings which psychologists call “the rule of reciprocity”. What this means is that if I meet you in a social situation and offer to get you a coffee, for example, you feel...

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Trust, relationships and the Internet

At the moment I’m in Orlando, Florida, USA, attending the annual convention of the National Speakers Association. There are 1,700 people here and much of the coffee-room chat is about maximising the use of the Internet for the speaking business. But one...

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How to make more money online by going to Edinburgh

One day in Edinburgh may be all you need to help you discover how you can make more money online. Internet marketing experts will be on hand during a unique event called “Internet Inspiration” which is being held this October in the heart of the Scottish...

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Blogging will be a significant recruitment tool

As more and more people take up blogging, recruiters will use blogs to pre-select candidates. Human resources specialists will be able to search blogs to find out what kind of person you are. They will be able to use blog profiling tools and services to work out which...

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Internet users are at an advantage

Yesterday I was running a workshop where we looked at the kinds of things that were essential for children. We came to the conclusion that there wasn’t much essential, except clean water, protection from the environment and a reasonable supply of food. However,...

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Latest Guest Articles

How to Use Facebook to Promote Your Business

By Erinn Stam Now that businesses are using Facebook to promote themselves, you’ve got to learn how to stand out amongst the competition. Psychologically, Facebook is a little like high school – it’s a social community, so you an easily get booed out of the “in” crowd...

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The Joys Of Passive Income

The Joys Of Passive Income

By Jon Rhodes For years when I worked in employment I instinctively knew that something was not right. I am not by any means a lazy person. I have regularly gone to the gym several times a week for years. I used to spend hours every day practicing the guitar, and I...

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Graham Jones

Graham Jones, Internet PsychologistI am a psychologist who specialises in Internet use and behaviour. I can help your business profit through a better understanding of the online behaviour of your customers and potential clients.

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How did gangnam style go viral online?

The first ever review of the details and tactics behind the music video, Gangnam Style, becoming a viral hit online has been researched and released by a UK based public relations agency.

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