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Get more readers for your content with the Healthy button
RunKeeper has launched a new web-based plugin, the Healthy button.
The Healthy button enables Health Graph partners and content providers of all kinds to easily and quickly embed the button in websites and web applications, allowing people interested in fitness, nutrition, and related healthy content to share articles and websites through their RunKeeper FitnessFeed. You can see an example of the Healthy button in use by one of our partners, GE Healthymagination, below.
The Healthy button is important because it allows people to share health content selectively with their friends who also care about health content, rather than with their entire social graph.
The Healthy button also provides developers with a powerful (and free) way to reach a whole new audience that is interested in health and wellness, driving new visitors to health related blogs, sites, and other online resources.
Anyone interested in sharing healthy content can also add a Healthy bookmarklet to their browser and share anything healthy, anywhere they find it on the web, to their feed. Click here to read about the Healthy button, grab the bookmarklet, and visit some of the partners getting Healthy via the RunKeeper.com blog announcement.
Details for embedding the Healthy button in your content are available from the Healthy button partner page in the Health Graph developer site. Key bits:
- Code for embedding the Healthy button is available here
- There are some meta-tags available to provide more information when a user marks a piece of your content as healthy; get the details here
With millions of registered Health Graph users and a quick and easy integration, why not give it a try?
Please let us know what feedback you have as you try the Healthy button out yourself. Thanks, and happy healthy sharing!
Cross-posted from the Health Graph blog.
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