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Get "Did You Know?" on your website using content syndication

Do you want public health officials and staff across your organization to have direct access to "Did You Know?" information from your website? If so, content syndication is for you!

What is content syndication?

CDC now offers content syndication, which allows you to put "Did You Know?" content on your Intranet and Internet websites. Integrating this CDC content with your localized content keeps visitors on your site, requires little to no maintenance, and is free.  All you have to do is add a small amount of code on your page and the content will automatically update whenever CDC updates the "Did You Know?" homepage.

This short video demonstrates how to add CDC syndicated content to your website.

What is "Did You Know?"

"Did You Know?" is a weekly feature from the Office for State, Tribal, Local and Territorial Support (OSTLTS) that strives to move data and evidence-based recommendations into action. "Did You Know?" is designed to provide public health professionals with timely, usable news and information in a quick and simple format to inform public health prevention activities.

Get hands-on assistance!

If you have access to the code on your website, these set-up instructions [PDF - 270KB] will help you add "Did You Know?" to your website in just a few minutes. If you need more help, send an email to IMTech@cdc.gov with your name, email address, phone number, public health organization name, and information on any difficulty you are having. A CDC staff member will contact you back shortly.

 


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