Banner Ads to Link to Where You Live Matters

Add a link to Where You Live Matters on your website or Resources page to educate your audience. You can also add Where You Live Matters icons to your website, within your email signature and on your social channels. Below are a variety of images for you to download. All we ask is that you link back to WhereYouLiveMatters.org.

Banner Ads to Link to Where You Live Matters

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Content for Blogs and eNewsletters

Do you need content for your eNewsletters or community blogs? Use Where You Live Matters content by adding the content’s link from the website into your blog. Here are some examples of how to use educational content and source Where You Live Matters.

Important Note: We recommend editing content slightly from the original content found on the website. Web spiders can easily identify exact copy and ding both parties using it.

  • 3 Keys to Longevity: Lifestyle, Environment and Genetics
    Inheriting good genes is a pretty good start for living a longer, healthier life. But the truth is that genetics will only get you part of the way there. Lifestyle and environment have just as much to do with how well we age – maybe even more. And because you can’t control your genes, but you can take control of the way you live, the keys to longevity are in your hands.
  • Form a Plan to Live Well, Longer
    While recent advancements in nutrition, health care and exercise have added years to life, the right plan can help you add life to years. Here are the tools and information that call help you live well, longer.
  • CCRC Visit Checklist
    When you’re looking at continuing care retirement communities, there’s no substitute for visiting the community in person. More than once, in fact. Use this checklist to make sure you collect the facts as you also assimilate your feelings and impressions.

Email Signature

Join the Movement and inform your professional peers, family, friends and prospects by adding the Where You Live Matters icon to your email signature. Be viewed as a third party resource in the eyes of your prospective residents.

Here is some HTML code for you to send to your IT team (or send them to this page) to add Where You Live Matters to your email signature.

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              Proud to partner with <a href="https://www.whereyoulivematters.org" target="_blank" style="color: #05a754; text-decoration: underline;"><strong>WhereYouLiveMatters.org</strong></a><br>
              to share senior living insights and advice.<br>
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