Books, articles and blog posts by Graham Jones Sales Genius is designed to help you sell more. It challenges established thinking about selling because it is based entirely on published research in peer-reviewed journals. There are 40 chapters, each based on academic research about selling, rather than on popular myths and ideas. This book debunks … Read more
Is Google affecting your mind? Is there such a thing as “The Google Effect”? Listen to this short documentary to find out what you can do
Video discussing the growing field of cyberpsychology
Video interview from Askimo TV on web design and web content with Internet Psychologist, Graham Jones
If your sales messages are wrapped up in story form, you stand a much greater chance of them being listened to and understood.
Facebook is no good for business, so say many people. But why are they believed? Why does such a popular myth endure?
Just been asked by The Daily Mail to be the psychologist in a feature article on how experts live their lives.
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
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 BBC Radio Five Live last night (1hr 6 mins into the recording) Graham … Read more
Fifteen hundred search engine fanatics are currently gathering in London in the midst of a three-day conference, Search Engine Strategies (SES). As the digital marketing expert, Guy Levine, put it on Twitter they are all in “Geek Heaven”. They are devouring the nitty-gritty of search and how the finest changes to your website can bring … Read more
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 Internet contributing to an improvement in mental health. Regular use of the Internet may … Read more
Despite heavy snow on the first day of Social Media in Financial Services, the Internet marketing event for IFAs and Providers has been hailed as ‘groundbreaking’ and a huge success. Speakers from Google, YouTube, The Gate, Fincision, the BBC, Ecademy and LinkedIn revealed why and how the Internet is rapidly changing financial services distribution. Organiser … Read more
A perfect storm coming that will create a golden age of opportunity for IFAs. IFA Life, the social networking site for IFAs and financial planners confirms an amazing line up of expert speakers at its Internet marketing conference in London this week. Keynote speakers from Google, LinkedIn, YouTube, Ecademy, the BBC, the Gate and BT … Read more
IFA Life is delighted to announce that ‘Father of Life Planning’ George Kinder will keynote at the Social Media in Financial Services conference in January 2010 and lead a debate on ‘hi touch, hi tech’ financial planning. Widely acknowledged as a key visionary in the financial planning world, George Kinder’s work is rapidly attracting large … Read more
Research launched as part of National Commute Smart Week finds ‘smart commuting’ could dramatically reduce travel to and from work 62% of commuters want to reduce time spent travelling to and from work Being stuck in traffic, travelling in the dark and wasting time are big frustrations 46% say bosses won’t allow them to ‘commute … Read more