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Replay: Unlocking Health Leader Opportunities

Julie Croner, VP of Community Development, shares exciting new ways for Health Leaders to interact with their community and get paid for their advocacy efforts. Getting involved in those opportunities may look like co-creating content with one of our 40+ condition-specific communities or connecting Health Leaders to information about real-life experiences.


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Key Takeaways

Julie shares a few tips to help your advocacy efforts stand out, whether you are actively posting on social media or collaborating with a brand. In order to work with the Social Health Network on a social media campaign, we encourage you to have the following:

Consistent Branding – Make sure your brand is recognizable across all social platforms and that your bio and page include your advocacy focus.
Focus On Your Advocacy – Engage with your community and tailor your content to your advocacy area.
Public Facebook page – Make sure that you have public business Facebook and Instagram accounts to run ads.
Master FTC Guidelines – Last but not least, it's important to know and follow the FTC guidelines.

If you're interested in getting involved in paid social media campaigns as a Health Leader with the Social Health Network, be sure to watch the video above and login in to check out our current opportunities on the Social Health Network Platform. If you have any questions, send us a note at

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