Month: September 2011


Health Activist Insight Panel: COPD & Asthma

As part of our ongoing mission to empower Health Activists, WEGO Health is holding a series of exclusive Insight Panels for active members of the online COPD & Asthma communities. These Insight Panels will be held virtually - on the phone and over the internet - meaning participants can join from anywhere in the country. …

Announcing our new #HAchat schedule!

After hearing from folks about our Health Activist Twitter Chat - we've decided on a brand new schedule (and plan)! We hope you'll be able to join us as often as you like and that this will give folks many opportunities to jump in and connect, across conditions, with Health Activists and the topics that…

Help to Create Tools and Resources for the Online Depression and Bipolar Communities: Join Our Online Panel for Depression Health Activists

We want to hear from you (and your community)! WEGO Health will be hosting an online panel for the Depression and Bipolar communities on behalf of one of our sponsors. We’re looking to learn more about the community, what is important to you, what folks are talking about, and what kinds of tools and resources…

Review our Joint Pain Channel – Get Rewards!

Image Credit: arrl.org As you know, WEGO Health recently launched WEGOHealth.tv - a video platform that allows Health Activists to share their stories, advice, and insights with their online community through video. We're excited about all of the great videos and channels we've already launched on the new site, but we're also eager to make…

Follow-up on Health Activist How To: Analytics Webinar!

Yesterday we debuted our brand new webinar that delves into Google Analytics and hopefully makes blog metrics a bit easier to comprehend and more useful for you. We were joined by our own "numbers guy" Andrew Hopper who shared a ton of insight with our featured Health Activist for the MS and UC communities, Jackie…

Live Viewing – Health Activist How To: Analytics

As a leader of a health community, it's important to keep an eye on your progress. You work hard on presenting the best info, stories, and truly connecting with others. A great way to check the pulse (medical puns are always welcome) of your community is through tracking and analytics. If you've ever wondered -…
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