Eyeglasses help a person see more clearly when their natural vision becomes distorted because of astigmatism. Some people develop their eye problems as they get older and their vision deteriorates. Things may appear blurry and double vision is also a common problem. Prescription glasses are used to correct these problems.
Online glasses are not just like prescription eyeglasses, online glasses are not used because of a problem with your vision. They are used to protect a user from deceptive ads and false marketing tricks used by online marketing experts to get you to buy something. “Online glasses” are just an expression for using good judgment when reading something posted on the Internet, or before making a purchase over the Internet. It is very easy for anyone to start a blog or a website for little to no start-up capital and they can post whatever they want. In most cases, they are not liable for anything they say no matter what damage their statement may be.
This is why online glasses are needed. Don’t just believe what is written because it’s in print. Before believing something you read online you need to check multiple reliable sources and read what they have to say. Make sure to do your own due diligence before forming an opinion on a subject. Before buying anything from someone online make sure to do a background check of the company. Doing a search for the name at the Better Business Bureau (BBB) is a great way to find out if a company is legitimate or not. If they give it a good rating, chances are they are legitimate. There are also many online tools available that will tell you who is the owner behind a website.
Not every company is registered with the BBB so you will need to put on your online glasses and do a little research. A quick Google search will result in hundreds of reviews of a company or website. The Internet is flooded with videos or people doing the most amazing things. Most of these videos are fake. If you see someone doing something spontaneous or amazing on the Internet chances are it is not an event that someone happened to catch on camera, you are watching a video written and shot according to a script. There is nothing wrong with these videos as long as you do not try anything that will get you hurt if it does not work.
There is no difference between a 30-second video on a website using video shenanigans then a 90-minute movie that is filled with special computer generated special effects. Both are trying to fool you for the purposes of entertainment, and as long as that is the main purpose, then all is fine in the world. Just don’t be fooled into thinking that a video you see online has to be real, it is no different than a movie everything can be faked.
The point is that online glasses and prescription glasses help you see the reality of what is going on around you.