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Some tips on how to keep your newsfeed positive and inspiring

How To Get The Most Out of Social Media

by Phil Aston

Some tips on how to keep your newsfeed positive and inspiring

How To Get The Most Out of Social Media

by Phil Aston

by Phil Aston

How To Get The Most Out of Social Media.

Video Duration 2mins 50 seconds

Some tips on how to keep your newsfeed positive and inspiring.

Video Transcript
How should you use social media to get the most out of it.

I think there’s a lot of people who look at social media and say it’s negative, it’s bad for your mental health, and that is absolutely true, it can be.
But it can also be a force for good for you and the people around you.

I mean, my suggestion is that for social media, is that you follow people that inspire you, you read posts that inspire you, you follow perhaps people you might be able to learn from, you join groups that are positive and share positive information.

If there’s anything in your news feed that upsets you or you don’t like, just unfollow it, or disconnect yourself from it.

And the other thing is, that you probably find yourself just scrolling endlessly through other people’s lives and posts.
Try not to do that, try and say to yourself that as you go through your news feed, try and find five posts, that you do more than just click a random like and then you can’t remember that you did that.

Just try and find five posts where you actually say something. If it’s a photograph that you really like, why don’t you say that you really like the photograph and congratulate the person who took it?

Or if someone shares a story and it kind of means something to you, Why don’t you comment and say how you feel?
Why don’t you just say something nice? Remember, someone has taken the time to put together that information; taking the photograph, writing a few words; and just say something, connect.

Social media is about being social and it doesn’t matter how big your network is, just look for the posts that inspire you, that make you smile, that help you, that you learn from, and then think about everything that you post in the same way, and think about before you press send;

a) is this going to make someone smile?
b) Is this going to help somebody somewhere?
c) Is it going to inspire somebody?

And if it doesn’t, or you don’t think it will, pause, don’t post, just do something else for a while.

But just think about that; everything that’s in your news feed technically is under your control and if you don’t like it, unfollow it, or block it, or just disconnect from it.

Try and fill your news feed with people that inspire you, help you, and make you feel good and that way, social media becomes social and it becomes a force for good.

Thank you.

Phil

Phil Aston is a partner at Genius Loci a Digital Marketing & Media agency based in Cornwall. Phil has over 26 years experience in SEO, Marketing & Photography and works primarily in the Tourism & Retail sector. He is also a yoga teacher and musician.

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