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  • #digitalwellness want to build a content following? Try these content strategies: tip #6 how to videos

    I find that providing your followers value can lead to a greater conversation around you and your brand. How-to videos are the best examples of this, or at the very least, a high-level discussion of the best practices in your industry. Really any piece of educational content that you can make engaging and simplify for…

  • #digitalwellness want to build a content following? Try these content strategies: tip #5 live videos

    Live video is an awesome and easy way to get more followers on social media. Live video on Facebook or Instagram is way more interactive: Viewers can watch you in real time and talk to you in the live comment section. It’s great for forming a more personal connection with your audience and increasing your…

  • #digitalwellness want to build a content following? Try these content strategies: tip #4 Funny videos

    Video is hugely popular on social media, so if you want more followers, you need to be creating and sharing more video content. Remember though, your videos have to be short and they’ve got to grab the viewer right away since many users admit to only watching the first 30 seconds of a video or…

  • #digitalwellness want to build a content following? Try these content strategies: tip #2 Content dedicated to special days

    Holidays, both well-known and „weird,“ hold universal appeal on the internet and have great potential to attract followers. I have found that posting and celebrating even little holidays, such as „Squirrel Appreciation Day“ or „National Cheese Lover Day“ delights all audiences. It also shows what causes are important to your brand. I also try to…

  • #DIGITALWELLNESS 7 WAYS FOR A HEALTHIER DIGITAL WELLBEING TIP #4

    Spring clean your screen(s). This is a digital wellbeing resolution you can do right away. Take a critical look at your phone and all the apps screaming out for your attention. How many do you really, really use? Go through every folder and screen and delete all those that you downloaded once and never looked…

  • #digitalwellness 7 ways for a healthier digital wellbeing tip #3

    No screen time on 1-2-1 your relationships will thank you. You can prompt change if you change yours. It’s called the ripple effect. Put your phone away without mentioning to others what you are doing and you will notice a big change. #futurebuilt coaches companies how to embrace digitalization and putting the human in focus.…

  • #digitalwellness 7 ways for a healthier digital wellbeing tip #2

    Having lunch with no screen, might be utopia for some culture as I used to experience families watching TV while eating. It is a proven fact that eating is something you should enjoy and focus on. Your body and mind will thank you for that. In today’s times it is important that in companies with…

  • #digitalwellness 7 ways to boost your digital 2019

    Tipp #1 Monitor your Screen Time There are on all sorts of devices screen monitor apps. Use them to control your screen time. Your health will thank you. Today there are a lot of #automation tools for getting you smart work or repetitive task from #machines. #Humans are creative and we should be creative and…

  • #digitalwellness 4 effective tactics to give yourself a perspective #4 tactic

    foto credit (c) Felix Gottwald Make a list of what you are happy about in your life.  Think of what you value and aspects of your life that you appreciate and are truly grateful for.  Put this list somewhere where you can easily view it- on the fridge or cupboard door.  This is a powerful…

  • #digitalwellness 4 effective tactics to give yourself a perspective #3 tactic

    foto credit (c) Felix Gottwald Work on becoming more patient and tolerant.  When we are stressed and overwhelmed, the simplest and most innocent things can make us angry and impatient.  The old man walking slowly in front of us, the careless driver who turned in front of our car or our partner who didn�t remember…