In our increasingly online world, the devices we hold every day has become an important part of our lives. We can't live without it. When we wake up, the first thing we grab is our phone, tablet, buds, or our laptop. It's become an integral part of our lives, which is why we need to watch our screen time. Using our devices too much can have devastating effects on our health if left unchecked.
As a website owner, manager or administrator, it's also your responsibility to promote the growth and well-being of others when using your website. If you're a blogger, or a service provider, this applies more than others.
So how do you help website visitors with their online health? Here are some few creative ways.
- Brain Break
Set up a custom timer that reminds your website visitors to take breaks in between such as resting their eyes, standing up and stretching or drinking a glass of water. A break every now and then can be beneficial for the long term and attract more visitors because of it.
- Helpful Ads
Instead of using ads from Google that shows ads to your visitors based on what they prominently visit (which invades privacy and- well it's pricey), posting ads that promote health would be more beneficial not only to your visitors but to you as well by being paid upfront to post said ads.
- Engaging Content
From time to time, write, post, or upload about engaging and informative content related to health, well-being and other positive topics. By sharing credible and evidence-based information, you can empower your visitors to make informed decisions about their well-being. Remember to present the content in an engaging and accessible manner, using visuals, interactive elements, or even quizzes to keep your audience captivated and motivated to improve their online health.
Building a community around your website can be a powerful tool for supporting online health. Incorporate features that allow visitors to interact with each other, share their experiences, ask questions, and provide support. This sense of community fosters a supportive environment where individuals can thrive and grow without needing to post, blog or rely on additional features to your site.
Need help in creating or implementing these features? Contact us at our website and learn how you can implement such features into your current website!