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Psychology of selling: Study highlights loyalty marketing success - Brafton

Psychology of selling: Study highlights loyalty marketing success - Brafton | Internet Psychology | Scoop.it
Brafton Psychology of selling: Study highlights loyalty marketing success Brafton According to a January 2013 report from Nielsen, 60 percent of global consumers with internet choose to purchase goods from familiar brands rather than new items from...
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Online is good, face-to-face is better

Online is good, face-to-face is better | Internet Psychology | Scoop.it
Research shows that even though online communication is greatly appreciated, people still prefer face-to-face http://www.grahamjones.co.uk/2014/blog/internet-psychology/online-is-good-face-to-face-is-better.html
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People decide to trust your website in an instant

People decide to trust your website in an instant | Internet Psychology | Scoop.it
People decided whether or not your website or online business is trustworthy before they are consciously aware of what is on the page. http://www.grahamjones.co.uk/2014/blog/internet-psychology/people-decide-to-trust-your-website-in-an-instant.html
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Facebook is down....call the emergency services...!

Facebook is down....call the emergency services...! | Internet Psychology | Scoop.it
People love something so much it is an emergency if it goes wrong. Do people love your business enough to call the police when it is not available? http://www.grahamjones.co.uk/2014/blog/internet-psychology/facebook-is-down-call-the-emergency-services.html
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62% of UK Online Shoppers are Boomeroomers

Boomerooming is the process of researching products online, visiting a physical store to see/feel/touch/try a product in the flesh and find the best deals online before making the final purchase http://www.grahamjones.co.uk/2014/newswire/consumer-behaviour-news/62-of-uk-online-shoppers-are-boomeroomers.html
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5 Psychological Reasons for Not Blogging

5 Psychological Reasons for Not Blogging | Internet Psychology | Scoop.it
People give all sorts of reasons why they cannot blog. Here are the top five psychologically derived excuses. http://www.grahamjones.co.uk/2014/blog/blogging/5-psychological-reasons-for-not-blogging.html
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It takes 10,000 hours to be a successful blogger - really?

It takes 10,000 hours to be a successful blogger  - really? | Internet Psychology | Scoop.it
To be a successful blogger you need to start as soon as you can and keep on doing it. Start now and blog each day and you will get better. http://www.grahamjones.co.uk/2014/blog/blogging/it-takes-10000-hours-to-be-a-successful-blogger-really.html
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World Cup is Hitting Business Productivity

World Cup is Hitting Business Productivity | Internet Psychology | Scoop.it
Infographic Showing that World Cup is Hitting Business Productivity http://www.grahamjones.co.uk/2014/multimedia/infographics/world-cup-is-hitting-business-productivity.html
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Make your site palatable with something people will relish

Make your site palatable with something people will relish | Internet Psychology | Scoop.it
Words that focus the brain on taste appear to engage people more making them more connected to your web content. http://www.grahamjones.co.uk/2014/blog/internet-psychology/make-your-site-palatable-with-something-people-will-relish.html
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Most UK children have mobile devices by the age of 10

Alarmingly, almost 60% of children between the age of 7 and 10 have Facebook accounts. The minimum age for Facebook users is 13. http://www.grahamjones.co.uk/2014/newswire/internet-usage-news/most-uk-children-have-mobile-devices-by-the-age-of-10.html
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Online you must write proper, like, you-know-what-I-mean, init?

Online you must write proper, like, you-know-what-I-mean, init? | Internet Psychology | Scoop.it
The way you write online influences what people think about you. http://www.grahamjones.co.uk/2014/blog/internet-psychology/online-you-must-write-proper-like-you-know-what-i-mean-init.html
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Email is not your enemy

Email is not your enemy | Internet Psychology | Scoop.it
Email critics are getting ever louder, but email is not the problem; job design is the problem. http://www.grahamjones.co.uk/2014/blog/email/email-is-not-your-enemy.html
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England needs LESS football talent to win World Cup

England needs LESS football talent to win World Cup | Internet Psychology | Scoop.it
World Cup teams packed with talent could be less successful than others. The same is true for your business website development team. http://www.grahamjones.co.uk/2014/blog/web-business/england-needs-less-football-talent-to-win-world-cup.html
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Pricing strategies used by Apple should be copied

Pricing strategies used by Apple should be copied | Internet Psychology | Scoop.it
Apple’s pricing strategies link to psychological studies that show people appreciate the most expensive items more, you should put prices up. http://www.grahamjones.co.uk/2014/blog/retail/pricing-strategies-used-by-apple-should-be-copied.html
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Should you start collecting more online friends?

Should you start collecting more online friends? | Internet Psychology | Scoop.it
How many online friends should you have? Research shows that the more you have the richer you could become. http://www.grahamjones.co.uk/2014/blog/social/should-you-start-collecting-more-online-friends.html
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10 Excuses of Unproductive People

10 Excuses of Unproductive People | Internet Psychology | Scoop.it
Infographic showing 10 Excuses of Unproductive People http://www.grahamjones.co.uk/2014/multimedia/infographics/10-excuses-of-unproductive-people.html
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Mobile shopping is just too risky for most people

Mobile shopping is just too risky for most people | Internet Psychology | Scoop.it
Mobile retails suffers because of small screen sizes, limiting the extent of information people get, increasing their risk of purchase. http://www.grahamjones.co.uk/2014/blog/web-business/mobile-shopping-is-just-too-risky-for-most-people.html
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How to make your free offers more valuable

How to make your free offers more valuable | Internet Psychology | Scoop.it
Free offers can have low value in the mind of consumers. Here’s how to make them thing your free offer is quite valuable. http://www.grahamjones.co.uk/2014/blog/internet-psychology/how-to-make-your-free-offers-more-valuable.html
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Once upon a time, a website grabbed a man by the throat

Storytelling on websites is the way to really engage and capture your visitor. Indeed, when you tell a story they experience it and feel it. http://www.grahamjones.co.uk/2014/blog/internet-psychology/once-upon-a-time-a-website-grabbed-a-man-by-the-throat.html
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Why Video Might Be The Best Form of Engagement

Why Video Might Be The Best Form of Engagement | Internet Psychology | Scoop.it
Infographic suggesting video is the best form of online engagement http://www.grahamjones.co.uk/2014/multimedia/infographics/why-video-might-be-the-best-form-of-engagement.html
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Facebook Study Blurs Ethical Guidelines

Facebook study criticised by Internet Psychologist for poor ethical procedures http://www.grahamjones.co.uk/2014/press/press-releases/facebook-study-blurs-ethical-guidelines.html
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Top 9 Features Consumers Want on Mobile Websites

Top 9 Features Consumers Want on Mobile Websites | Internet Psychology | Scoop.it
Infographic Showing the Top 9 Features Consumers Want on Mobile Sites http://www.grahamjones.co.uk/2014/multimedia/infographics/top-9-features-consumers-want-on-mobile-websites.html
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Internet users are like Luis Suárez

Internet users are like Luis Suárez | Internet Psychology | Scoop.it
Luis Suárez may be a regular biter, but it is the same psychology as many people who use the Internet – an issue with impulse control http://www.grahamjones.co.uk/2014/blog/internet-psychology/internet-users-are-like-luis-suarez.html
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Written blogs more trustworthy than video

Written blogs more trustworthy than video | Internet Psychology | Scoop.it
People trust the written word more than spoken words. If you want to be trusted online you must write. http://www.grahamjones.co.uk/2014/blog/blogging/written-blogs-more-trustworthy-than-video.html
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A Guide to Consumer Relationships with Pinterest

A Guide to Consumer Relationships with Pinterest | Internet Psychology | Scoop.it
Infographic showing consumer behaviour on Pinterest http://www.grahamjones.co.uk/2014/multimedia/infographics/a-guide-to-consumer-relationships-with-pinterest.html
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Selfies create the wrong impression about you

Selfies create the wrong impression about you | Internet Psychology | Scoop.it
Online photos can give people the wrong impression about you. They need to meet you face to face. http://www.grahamjones.co.uk/2014/blog/internet-psychology/selfies-create-the-wrong-impression-about-you.html
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