Buttons and Badges
2015 Annual Summary
Launch Date: October 2008
Buttons and badges are small graphical images that can be added to your social network profile or on any Web site to promote campaigns and other health-related topical content. Each of the buttons and badges used by CDC's social media campaigns are linked and can be clicked on to arrive on a CDC page with additional data and content. A "clickthrough" is when a button or badge has been clicked on and the user arrives on a CDC landing page for more information.
In 2015, the Vital Signs campaign received the most clickthroughs with 16,337 followed by the DNPAO (Division of Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Obesity) campaign and the CDC 24-7 campaign.
|Campaign Name||Number of Clickthroughs|
|DHQP Healthcare Promotion||8,204|
|DVH Viral Hepatitis||2,730|
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- Page last updated: January 13, 2016
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