Unveiling The New HIVPlusMag.com
BY HIVPlusMag.com Editors
September 20 2012 1:03 AM ET
HIV Plus, the brand dedicated to helping readers lead their fullest life possible, today debuted the redesigned HIVPlusMag.com, a fresh and sleek new Web extension of the brand. The updated user-friendly website gives readers quick and easy access to the best news, advice, and tips for HIV/AIDS awareness. Visit the new HIVPlusMag.com.
“The new site is going to be a hub of rich, new content. Everything has been redesigned to give us a stronger platform for photos, videos, and articles that showcase the full gamut of people impacted by HIV. There are a slew of new online features that’ll offer a much-improved user experience, and the new site will help readers spend less time searching for what they want—they can find the information they need the first time they look,” says HIV Plus magazine Editor in Chief Diane Anderson-Minshall.
The new and improved HIVPlusMag.com home page features bolder headlines and larger photo spreads, letting readers easily navigate the most comprehensive HIV/AIDS editorial content available on the Internet. In 2013 the site will add more essays and op-eds, a new events channel highlighting happenings around the country, a downloadable annual treatment guide, helpful articles on nutrition, fitness, and relationships, and back issues, so readers can download, read, and share back issues of HIV Plus magazine. The site will also have a new section focused on people, from everyday citizens to major celebrities, including current cover star Rockmond Dunbar, who appears on FX’s all-time highest-rated TV series, Sons of Anarchy.
New and improved sections of HIVPlusMag.com include:
Case Studies – Case Studies provides an in-depth look at the ongoing research, break-throughs, and treatment for those living with HIV/AIDS
Wellness – Wellness includes health and fitness articles guiding readers to live their healthiest and fullest life.
Opinions – Opinions shares op-eds and editorials from physicians, activists, and other experts offering readers advice and tips for day-to-day living.
People – The online version of the print magazine’s Ask & Tell features interviews with celebrities and other activists working to make a difference in the fight against HIV/AIDS.
Print Issue – Find all the great content, photos, and columns available in the print edition of HIV Plus magazine.
Subscribe – Allows online readers to subscribe to the digital edition of HIV Plus magazine.