AIDS.GOV | SERVICE LOCATOR | SEARCH

BLOG.AIDS.GOV

MENU

Strategy/Planning

Social Media for Nonprofits

Social Media for NonProfits Logo

Last month, I attended Social Media for Nonprofits in San Francisco, a conference series taking place in cities across the country. The conferences bring together social media experts and nonprofit leaders to share what’s working in fundraising, marketing, and advocacy. I learned about several social media tools and tips relevant for the AIDS community. Participate….

2011 AIDS.gov Communication Strategy: Our Guiding Philosophy, Audiences, Activities, and More

2011 AIDS.gov Communication Strategy Thumbnail

Behind the scenes at AIDS.gov, we use an internal working plan to guide our ongoing communication activities and special initiatives. Recently, our team sat down to update our 2010 plan. It was a useful exercise for us to stop and look back at where we’ve been over the past year and discuss where we want…

National Black Gay Men’s Advocacy Coalition’s New Focus: New Media

NBGMAC

According to the National HIV/AIDS Strategy, MSM (men who have sex with men) and racial and ethnic minorities are both disproportionately affected by HIV. We spoke with Venton Jones from The National Black Gay Men’s Advocacy Coalition (NBGMAC)* about his efforts to use new media to extend the reach of their programs. NBGMAC will be…

Future Federal Directions in Mobile Technology and Health

Listen:

Javascript and flash are required to play this audio file.

Download MP3
Katelyn Sabochik, Audie Atienza

Co-authored by Michele Clark, Managing Director What is the role of mobile technology in Federal government health communication? Where are we going? At last week's Federal HIV/AIDS Web Council (FHAWC) meeting, we asked four of the leading voices in mobile and public health these questions. We heard from the White House, General Services Administration (GSA)…

Federal HIV/AIDS Web Council: Grateful Collaboration

Listen:

Javascript and flash are required to play this audio file.

Download MP3
FHAWC members at the 2011 annual meeting in Washington, DC.

Co-authored by: Deb LeBel, AIDS.gov Partnerships Specialist, and Cathy Thomas, AIDS.gov Technical Director As we start the New Year, we're launching a series about new media planning. In upcoming weeks we'll be hearing from our community and Federal colleagues about steps they are taking to implement a new media strategy. At AIDS.gov we use new…

Bringing Facing AIDS to Your Community for World AIDS Day 2010

Listen:

Javascript and flash are required to play this audio file.

Download MP3
Southwest Louisiana Area Health Education Center

Many people want to find a way to get their communities involved for World AIDS Day (December 1), but don’t know where to start. The Facing AIDS photo initiative contributes to the message of World AIDS Day by coming together as a global community to help reduce stigma and discrimination around HIV/AIDS, and promote awareness…

Back to Basics: Using AIDS.gov Resources for Your World AIDS Day Event

Listen:

Javascript and flash are required to play this audio file.

Download MP3
computer screen showing aids.gov

Last week we shared some materials to help you plan a Facing AIDS photo event in your community for World AIDS Day, December 1. This week, we want to point you to some additional and more general World AIDS Day event planning resources. Our World AIDS Day page has lots of resources now, and we’ll…

Twitter Engagement: Some Lessons from AIDS.gov

Listen:

Javascript and flash are required to play this audio file.

Download MP3
two blue twitter birds, one handing the other a ring. a visual pun on engagement

A couple of weeks ago I participated on a panel with our CDC colleagues Ann Aiken and Jessica Schindelar about Twitter monitoring, evaluation, and engagement at the CDC’s National Conference on Health Communication, Marketing, and Media. During this panel I spoke about “engagement” on Twitter – providing different definitions of it and how we at…