December #WEGOHealthChat Recap: Financially Supporting Your Online Advocacy

In our December #WEGOHealthChat, our host Brooke Abbot walked us through how to financially support your online advocacy.

From sponsored blogs to advisory boards, the network talked about several ways to connect with sponsors and make some money, while still maintaining your personal brand.

If you’re looking for ways to fund your advocacy work, this is a chat transcript you want to read!

Below you’ll find some highlights from each discussion question. If you’d like to read the full chat transcript, you can find it HERE.


Q1: One great way to maximize your impact both personally & professionally is to begin monetizing your blog. How might you be able to advance your impact & monetize your brand/advocacy work? 


Q2: What are some ways to protect yourself while working for yourself while being a patient?


Q3: Talking about sponsors, how to gain and keep sponsors? What is some brand sponsorship & advisory board etiquette? 


Q4: What are some steps you can take to begin building your brand’s fiscal value?


Q5: What are 5 goals you can make right now to advance your impact for the coming year?

You can join our #WEGOHealthChats on the second Tuesday of every month at 1pm ET. If you’re unfamiliar with how to participate in a Twitter chat, we created this handy-dandy guide to get you up to speed.

2 thoughts on “December #WEGOHealthChat Recap: Financially Supporting Your Online Advocacy

  1. Cathy Chester says:

    This was so helpful and inspires me to work harder beyond what I am already doing in 2018. Thank you for sharing this!!

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