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2011 AIDS.gov Communication Strategy: Our Guiding Philosophy, Audiences, Activities and More

By Jennie Anderson and Mindy Nichamin

February 25, 2011

2011 AIDS.gov Communication Strategy.

2011 AIDS.gov Communication Strategy.

Behind the scenes at AIDS.gov, we use an internal working plan to guide our ongoing communication activities and special initiatives. Recently, our team sat down to update our 2010 plan. It was a useful exercise for us to stop and look back at where we've been over the past year and discuss where we want to go.

Our updated 2011 AIDS.gov Communication Strategy Internal Working Plan (PDF 341 KB) incorporates strategies for best reaching our audiences through new and traditional media, and includes a breakdown of our communication channels, strategies, activities, staffing, future directions, and more. We hope that our communication plan can help you understand more about the span and reach of our work at AIDS.gov, as well as serve as a resource for you as you develop or augment your communication strategy to reach your audiences in the HIV community and beyond.

Do you have any examples or advice on developing a communication plan for your project/organization that you'd like to share?

Jennie Anderson is the AIDS.gov Communications Director and Mindy Nichamin is the AIDS.gov New Media Coordinator.




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