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What is Content Syndication?

Content syndication is a method by which web content is made available to other sites and applications. It is as easy as identifying the content you want, and then pasting a small section of code from our site to yours.

diagram of how syndication works

Watch How it Works

This 3 minute video shows how easy it is to incorporate CDC syndicated content into your web site.


What are the Benefits?

Syndication gives you the ability to add CDC content directly to your web sites. When content is updated at the source, those updates appear immediately on your site, saving you valuable time and ensuring that CDC content on your site is as up to date as possible.

  • Provides a minimal maintenance solution for keeping up-to-date, trusted, science-based information on your web sites and apps.
  • Allows you to maintain the look-and-feel of your site while supplementing local information with relevant information from CDC.
  • Gives you choice and control of the topics and quantity of CDC content on your site.
  • Provides access to CDC information without ever requiring your visitors to leave your web site or app.
  • Allows you to use critical resources more effectively. Syndicated content is updated automatically, freeing you from having to monitor CDC sites and cut-and-paste new information.

Get Started

  1. Register: When you register, you'll receive updates when we make enhancements to the site and when content is removed. You'll also get a unique Registration ID that is used to track metrics.
  2. Discover: Browse our site to find pages you're interested in syndicating to your own site. Add these pages to Your List. You can add as many pages as you like.
  3. Get Content: Click on the link to Your List at the top right corner of the page. Then select the pages you want to syndicate now, and choose Get Syndication Code.

What Our Partners Are Saying

"Content syndication makes our website more robust and timely. Syndicating content is easy and frees us from having to update sections of the site. "

Rachael Odom
Arkansas Department of Health


"As we revised our website, we brainstormed ideas to make it more accessible, accurate and informative for the community. When we learned about the CDC's Did You Know? content, we felt it would be a great addition to our website. Health information is ever-evolving and this syndication tool helps keep our online visitors engaged and informed."

Corinn Dembkoski
City of Nashua, New Hampshire, Division of Public Health and Community Services

Top Users

  • State and Local Health Departments
  • Federal Agencies
  • Hospitals
  • Universities

Syndication Topics

  • CDC 24/7
  • Diabetes
  • Emergency Prepardness
  • Flu
  • Food Safety
  • Outbreaks
  • Recursos de los CDC en EspaƱol
  • Sexually Transmitted Diseases
  • Smoking and Tobacco Use
  • Traveler's Health
  • Vital Signs

And many more.

 
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