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If your content doesn't command attention and inspire action, opportunity will knock on the competition's door. Brand journalist Jon Holten employs lively, descriptive writing to connect with your target audience.
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Packaging Content to Help
Employers Tame Diabetes Costs
By Jon Holten
The American Diabetes Association has expanded its war against diabetes to the workplace with a fully stocked arsenal of content.
Two factors make the Association’s Stop Diabetes @ Work program noteworthy:
Enlisting New Allies
To fulfill its mission to prevent and cure diabetes and improve the lives of all people affected by diabetes, the Association needs to reach those people. Since type 2 diabetes (when your body doesn’t produce enough insulin or use it well) primarily affects adults, who spend much of their waking lives at work, the Association decided to target employers for a possible alliance. To recruit employers, the Association uses content two ways: