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Tech Tip: Digital Gift Guide

By November 8, 2022No Comments

Just because you can’t be home for the holidays doesn’t mean you can’t give your friends and family the perfect present. Virtual gifts offer something for everyone, and can be delivered straight to their inbox in an instant.

Today, we’re sharing the best digital gifts for everyone on your list. If you are more of a visual learner, watch our latest Tech Tip video to follow along with tech expert Katie.

Give the traveler in your life the gift of a new language. Choose an online language course or platform, like Babbel or Rosetta Stone, and send them a subscription to help them prepare for their next adventure.

If your friend is a lifelong learner, gift them a subscription to an online learning platform like Skillshare or Masterclass, where they can explore thousands of topics like cooking, photography, web design, and more.

Every bibliophile knows that there’s no such thing as too many books. Gifting someone a subscription to Audible will give them access to an endless library of audiobooks, many of which are read by the authors themselves.

A Nintendo Switch Online subscription is the perfect gift for the gamer in your life. A subscription will let them play exclusive games, plus popular titles like Mario Kart and Among Us, online. 

Hook up the homecook in your life with a private, virtual cooking lesson from The Chef & The Dish. Over the course of roughly two hours, a professional chef will help them create a three-course meal, walking them through each recipe step-by-step.

Or, give the gift of fitness! A gift card to FYT, short for Find Your Trainer, will let someone you love schedule sessions with a personal trainer right from the comfort of their own home. 

As you can see, some of the best gifts are the ones you won’t find under the tree. From gift cards, to subscription services, to interactive experiences, when it comes to digital gifts, the possibilities are virtually endless. 

That’s it for this edition of Tech Tips! Check back soon for another tip to make your technology work for you.

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