Get HEADS UP on Your Web Site: Microsites & Content Syndication

Do you want your web site visitors to have direct access to CDC HEADS UP information from your web site? If so, one or our microsites or our syndicated web pages is for you!

What Is a Microsite?

Get CDC’s HEADS UP resources on your web site with our easily embeddable HEADS UP microsite! It’s a dynamic collection of HEADS UP resources that can be syndicated into your site, customized by sport, brandable with your banner and footer, and best of all, maintained by CDC. As we make updates to the materials, it will automatically be updated onto your site.

Here are some examples of recent implementations of the HEAD UP microsite:

An example of a HEADS UP microsite embedded on a partner's website

Get a HEADS UP Concussion Microsite

A microsite can be easily added to your site with a few simple lines of code that we supply. The code is available from the CDC Public Health Media Library.

What Is Content Syndication?

CDC offers content syndication, which allows you to put content from the CDC web site on your Intranet and Internet web sites for free. No more copying and pasting text or broken links because content syndication does all the work for you.

content syndication collage illustrating how syndicated content displays within your web sites and applications.

Get Content

Images, infographics, and web pages are available for use on your website for free from the CDC Public Health Media Library.

Benefits of Content Syndication

Integrating CDC content with your content keeps visitors on your web site, requires little to no maintenance, and is completely free. All you have to do is add a small amount of code on your page, and the content will automatically update whenever we update our web site.

How to Use Content Syndication