Don't Miss the Brand-New Online Banner Ads for CFS!
New banner ads are online now to educate viewers about CFS. The ads differ from the print ads, so be sure to see them and to share the links with others.
To view the ad on the Better Homes and Gardens site, go to http://www.bhg.com/ and click on Health on the top navigational bar. If the ad doesn’t appear the first time, click Back, then click Health again, and the ad will usually appear. Our banner ads rotate with others ads and will appear on the right of your screen.
To view a different ad on the Ladies’ Home Journal site, go to http://www.lhj.com/ and click on Health & Fitness on the top navigational bar. If the ad doesn’t appear the first time, click Back, then click Health & Fitness again, and the ad will usually appear.
While you’re on these sites, be sure to click the Click Here button on both ads! This will take you to the CDC campaign website. CDC tracks how many times the online banner ads result in a visit to their website and each click-through demonstrates that the general public is interested in this illness. So remember to click-through and help encourage CDC to continue its CFS research and education programs.
Also, if you didn’t see the full-page color print ad about chronic fatigue syndrome that appeared in earlier issues of Ladies’ Home Journal and Better Homes and Gardens, you’ll have another chance to see the ad in the January, February and March issues of both magazines. These two magazines have a combined readership of more than 20 million, giving us the ability to reach millions of Americans with educational information about CFS.