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How to use Twitter in your Business - Graham Jones

Twitter is a micro-blogging service that allows you to post very short messages of 140 characters or less - so that they can be sent to a mobile phone as a text message, as well as appear on a web site. The idea behind Twitter is that your messages can update people on your status, pass on web links, or provide short items of information that are needed, perhaps by customers.

There are several different ways in which Twitter can be used for business purposes, each of which is explained in this report, by Internet Psychologist, Graham Jones, www.grahamjones.co.uk which you can download using the link below.

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How to use blogging to boost your business - Graham Jones

Blogging is an essential component in successful online businesses. That’s not just the view of the author, Graham Jones, reputed Internet Psychologist, www.grahamjones.co.uk but the view of Business Week Magazine which said that blogging was a “prerequisite” for business. And the influential magazine said that back in May 2005. If your business is not already blogging you are behind the times.

However, many business owners don’t know where to begin or how to proceed once they have started. Luckily, this eight page report, “Blogging for Business” tells you exactly what you need to know.

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How to get your blog noticed - Graham Jones

It’s all very well having a blog, but if no-one reads it you may as well not bother. That’s why so many bloggers give up. They write their blog, but fail to get it noticed and as a result they feel the work is of no value.

Getting your blog noticed and read is essential if it is to succeed. But just how do you get your blog noticed when there are tens of millions of blogs “out there”?

Follow the advice from Internet Psychologist, Graham Jones, www.grahamjones.co.uk and your blog will get significant numbers of readers, enabling you to promote your business even more.

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Assigning the blame for airport woes - Roger Collis

A small glitch as glitches go: Stuck in the departure lounge at Gatwick Airport for a frustrating 40 minutes waiting to board our Easyjet flight while the air bridge to the door of the plane was repaired. EasyJet apologized for the delay; but it was the airport’s fault. Had we missed our take-off slot, no doubt we would have blamed the airline....


Can absence make the heart grow fonders - Roger Collis

It seems obvious really: When you are travelling you always call home. But apparently, having the ‘space’ to think about loved ones when away on business, can actually enhance relationships, promote domestic harmony, allowing couples to reflect on what brought them together in the first place...written by Roger Collis - Business Travel Columnist for the International Herald Tribune for 23 years.


Giving serendipity another chance - Roger Collis

Long-haul flying (or short-haul, for that matter) sure isn’t a load of fun these days. But even the most jaded travelers should give serendipity another chance. It might bring some illusion, some whiff, of adventure back into the aircraft cabin...


Selling the sizzle - Roger Collis

Some years ago, I was having a drink with the chairman – I’ll call him Gerald – of a famous London advertising agency. Gerald had picked up a chunk of new business and brought his wife along to celebrate...

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