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How to keep your email messages short

Sometimes email messages can get quite long, especially when you quote much of the material that has been sent in previous emails. Also, emails often get long if you have a lot to say or you need to give a comprehensive overview of a particular business situation....

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How to make social networking work for you

Social networking is clearly taking off. Indeed, Facebook is getting around 150,000 new members every day of the week. Add to that MySpace, YouTube, Bebo and specialist sites like Ecademy and you can see that before long the whole Internet world will be in some social...

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How to use Twitter in your business

How to use Twitter in your business

Twitter is a “micro-blogging” service that allows you to make posts of no more than 140 characters (including spaces). This allows you to send very short messages to people and therefore has a range of useful business applications. Initially, when Twitter...

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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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Bedtime Social Networking Causes Sleep Deprivation Epidemic

Millions of Britons are losing valuable sleep each night because they are addicted to social networking according to findings from a new sleep report. Gone are the days when Britons liked nothing better then to be tucked up in bed with a mug of cocoa and a good book....

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