Going way back into my digital career, my first social media gig was given to me from my buddy Nima Jacob Nojoumi of Nima.Co. I wrote for a site called HealthyFoodSecrets.com. With my background in Pre-Med and my love for health knowledge, it was a good gig for me to take on.
A few years later, I reflect on how I continue to digest information online. I ask myself what’s healthy content and unhealthy content for me. Healthy content is that which benefits me as a digital user. Health content helps me move forward with my motives through technology. Unhealthy content is what makes digital users feel bloated, obese, and at a loss with their time and energies online.
It’s the links for clicks and content celebrities that drive me crazy. So what’s my health secret with digital content? I’m become much wiser in what I read, who I trust, who I give my time, credibility and content authority to.
It’s time we start consuming information on the web in a healthy way. In order to do that, we need to hold ourselves accountable and not fall naive to online publishers.
How do you digest content in a healthy way?