Psychological research shows that if you save something you will enhance your ability to remember things.
People will soon forget your website if you don’t keep promoting it. You need to be “in the face” if your audience.
Study shows that Facebook posts are more memorable than “well written” text. This suggests that natural language is better for websites
New research shows that the Internet is affecting the way we remember and how we pay attention to things
Giving up your smartphone could actually improve your working ability and make your online life more enjoyable and productive. Your web activities could well improve if you give up your smartphone.
Red magazine interview on the Internet and human memory
The online world could be making us all much nicer people. Links to brain grey matter and altruism have been found.
Over a quarter of adults don’t know their own phone number, and can memorise just two of the contacts in their address book
These 7 psychology books will help anyone use the Internet in better ways. But they will also specifically help Internet Marketers.
Your brain will stay fit and young if you socialise more and you are physically active. Research shows that social people have younger looking brains.
In an age filled with password-protected services, there’s one field of research that might simplify things. It’s called cognitive biometrics and its goal is to turn your body into its own password. Mashable owned content.
How DropBox has become the number one place to share files and store your work.
Google Calendar can help your blogging by allowing you to plan ahead the topics you want to cover. The reminder features also mean you can get prompted when to write your blog post.
Charles Dickens knew a thing or two about human psychology. In “A Christmas Carol“, the main character Ebenezer Scrooge connects his past to his likely future and changes his behaviour as a result. Instead of being a miser, he dramatically alters his behaviour and becomes a model of generosity, providing … Read more
How many friends do you have on Facebook? Whatever the answer, I can tell how much grey matter you have in your “amygdala” – a small, almond shaped area deep within your brain. The amygdala plays a central role in emotion and in memory – probably helping us remember things … Read more
Poor Amy Winehouse eh? Fancy being an international star and being booed off stage. How rude. Or you might think it is rude to ask people to pay you and then turn up to entertain them, apparently drunk. Either way, what is clear is that the audience at the Belgrade … Read more
Blogging is, of course, great for business. Indeed, many successful businesses put blogging central to their online activities. There is plenty of evidence which shows that blogging is related to search engine success, social media success and – importantly – financial success. Blogging works. However, there is more to blogging … Read more
Lord Sugar is back on British TV screens tonight in the much-heralded return of “The Apprentice” – the programme which supposedly selects one of the best young business brains in the country. All across the UK tonight people will be glued to their TV sets to get their first glimpse … Read more
As I write this the TV and online news sites are full of the death of Osama Bin Laden. With it are flash-backs to 11th September 2001 – some of which remind us of things we had forgotten. Whilst we can remember specific events like the collapse of the twin … Read more