At this time I would like to sincerely thank the thousands of loyal readers who help us every day by not only reading What’s Up, USANA? but who also share the posts with loved ones and complete strangers alike. Some have been with us since the beginning—way back in 2008.
We couldn’t do it without you.
Now, for the rest of the world… I would like to take this opportunity to highlight some of my favorite aspects of What’s Up, USANA? and help you get the most out of the valuable health- and entrepreneur-focused information presented on a near-daily basis.
Sarah Flinn, USANA’s social media content specialist and manager of the What’s Up, USANA? editorial calendar, does an outstanding job making sure the content we publish is top-notch. She works with dozens of contributors—who also are excellent at what they do—to provide our readers with informative and entertaining content.
It would be a shame if you didn’t take advantage of it (it’s free, after all). Here’s how you can.
5 Ways to Get the Most Out of What’s Up, USANA?
1. Read it every day: This sounds like a no-brainer, right? We value our readers and want to make sure you don’t miss a thing. The best way to stay in the know is to subscribe to receive our blog posts and other top social media content via email. It’s as simple as entering your email address and then—and this is a key step—verifying your account. Our email subscription service will send a verification link to the email account you entered. Simply click the link in that email and you’re all set.
2. Become familiar with the categories: We want to make it as easy as possible for you to find the information you’re after. Feel free to search the site by typing in keywords in the search box (on the right). But if you want to find all the blog posts related to a certain topic (say, Team USANA), check out the specific category. A full category list is available at the bottom of the blog (“Categories” and “Archives”) and the more popular categories can be accessed via the navigation at the top of the page or through links scattered throughout the home page.
3. Share blog posts on social media: If you’re interested in a specific article, chances are a portion of your social network on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Instagram or Pinterest will be interested as well. It’s easy to share on social media (or to email or even to print). Simply click the appropriate icon located on the left side of each blog post. Share away and start a conversation. Hot tip: Don’t forget to let your audience know why they should read the post—and then be sure to follow up with those who leave a comment.
4. Comment on blog posts: We love receiving feedback on what we write. And it’s so easy to do. Once you finish reading a post, please consider leaving a reply. What did you like about the post? What did we miss? How does the post apply to your life? Let us know. Plus, if you’re logged in to your Facebook account, you can type a comment to show up at the bottom of the blog post and you’ll have the option to post it to your Facebook timeline as well—two birds, one stone. Simple.
5. Explore the “About Us” section: The “About Us” menu at the top of the page contains several valuable sub-pages. From here, you can view a comprehensive list of corporate social media sites, a multimedia resources kit, contact information for USANA offices around the world, a list of bloggers and even a rundown of the awards you have helped us win. After all, What’s Up, USANA? wouldn’t be anything without its readers!
What’s Up, USANA? truly is a valuable resource and I encourage you to take full advantage of the information we publish. As always, if you have any suggestions for blog posts, please feel free to let us know!
Fast Facts About What’s Up, USANA?
- 70+ different bloggers have contributed since 2008
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