Since 2020, global health authorities have been hyperactive in word creation.
And medical tyranny.
Their newest offering is something called an “infodemic.”
Learn how the World Health Organization (WHO) defines it. Plus discover ways to avoid being lumped into this category.
Read on natural healers!
Is Holistic Medicine Contributing to an Infodemic?
According to the WHO an infodemic is “too much information including false or misleading information in digital and physical environments during a disease outbreak.”
It shows up in their controversial Pandemic Treaty. With a stated goal of managing it “through effective channels, including social media.”
- Patients engaging in harmful risk-taking
- Increased mistrust in health authorities
As a holistic practitioner, I unfortunately have bad news for you.
Your messaging on Gab and elsewhere is contributing to this crisis! By telling patients that your immune system can fight COVID, for example.
Or providing advice that hasn’t been approved by the CDC. From their perspective, you are the reason Americans are confused.
Once the Pandemic Treaty is adopted in 2024-2025, expect your content to be scrutinized even more closely.
- Social media posts
They want you to self-censor in anticipation of these upcoming changes. My suggestion is to do the opposite.
Next, I’ll give you some practical ways to speak more boldly.
Holistic Health Marketing Combatting WHO Infodemic
Marketing for holistic practitioners needs to change.
And you can use the WHO’s advice for infodemic management. Thanks globalists!
- Listening to community concerns and questions
- Promoting understanding of risk and health expert advice
- Building resilience to misinformation
- Engaging and empowering communities to take positive action
This unelected UN body is ultimately trying to change behavior, but not in a good way. That should be enough motivation to push back.
Tools to assist your efforts:
- Brave Search
- Proton Mail
Holistic Blog Friendly Search Engine
Censorship of holistic content is common on Google. I’m sure Bing isn’t much different.
Brave browser is fast, privacy-focused, and allows users to influence the algorithm. Which means your blogs are more likely to show up.
If patients find your medical topics helpful, they will click through. And Brave will reward them with a higher ranking in search results.
Free Speech Social Networking for Natural Healers
Gab users are more open to alternative medicine. That’s a fact.
You’ll find less openness on Big Tech mediums, plus the companies themselves will make your job more difficult.
Digital marketing options via Gab:
- For $10 a day, you can run an advertising campaign
- List your services via a Business Listing
- Utilize the Marketplace for extra reach
- Start a holistic group and engage in soft selling
- Promote your blog by sharing links to content
Encrypted Email Protecting Your Reputation
Proton products come recommended by U.S. based cybersecurity professionals for a reason. They are outside the reach of corrupt governments.
Proton Mail allows you to easily transfer your emails, appointments, and contacts from Gmail.
And you can send encrypted, password-protected correspondence to patients and peers alike.
Without being worried about Big Brother tuning in.
To conclude, I want to suggest another way to boost your online messaging.
Elijah Wordsmith Boosting Holistic Practitioners
Your marketing doesn’t need to break the bank. Or be ineffective.
My freelance writing is the megaphone for natural medicine.
Based in the US, I’m passionate about the censored option of holistic health. More Americans need to know about it.
Elijah Wordsmith relays the more individualized care patients receive from your compassionate hands.
If you’ve found this blog interesting, learn more about the WHO’s plans!