Mindfulness is increasingly popular. But is it just a fad or can mindfulness help you improve your online business? This article looks at the ways in which mindfulness can help your online business or your website.
Research shows that “trolling” is contagious. You can become an online troll if other people around you are negative and you are in a bad mood.
You need to be more accurate on your website, rather than emphasise expertise. Only people with low knowledge value expertise more than accuracy.
Your website visitors will be quickly annoyed if you do the wrong things. Here are five key things to avoid.
Three tips for taking better selfies that will make people think positively about you
You can use pictures to make it more likely that website visitors will look in the direction you want them to look.
Personalisation makes almost no difference to whether or not your marketing succeeds. New study findings.
Usefulness of technology is our over-riding factor in helping us enjoy the experience of using it. If your website is not useful it won’t rate highly.
New study shows that our psychological reaction to printed materials outweighs our reaction to digital content
Visualisation rather than visuals appear to work better if you want people to focus on something
Study reveals that stress is contagious online. Seeing stress in others can make you more stressed.
Social conformity does not last. In order to get people to change their mind about your business, you need to be constantly in their mind.
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
People can see and remember much more than they can report. As a result website eye-tracking studies only offer a partial help.
Walking appears to boost creativity significantly – and that creative boost continues even after you have sat down to start writing a blog.
The disappearance of flight MH370 is a complete mystery. When there is an information vacuum people seek to fill it.
Social networks allow us to learn from each other. But the more we rely on social learning, the less we produce new ideas.
Likes on the web are mostly one-way, which is not real liking. Liking happens when it is two-way. How much do you like your customers?
Making website visitors feel involved with a site helps increase the connection they feel. In turn this leads to longer time spent on the site and more overall engagement.
How you label what your business does has a profound effect on what your customers and visitors think of you