Online Advocacy

You have probably heard that there’s a lot of vaccine misinformation online, particularly on social media. The good news is that there’s a lot of great information too!

The more people who share positive information on vaccines, the better. It helps not only the people you know see science-based information, but also affects the algorithms, which control what everyone sees. More positive information in your feed, leads to more positive information in ALL feeds.

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Talking about vaccines on social media isn’t as difficult as you may think. The first step is following us on social media and sharing the posts that resonate with you. You can follow us on:

The more people who share positive information on vaccines, the better.

If you’re ready to pushback on misinformation online, we can help you with that too. Remember to:

  • Be proactive about sharing (post, like, commenting on and sharing) science-based vaccination information.
  • Push back on vaccination disinformation when you see it. Can be as simple as posting “that’s not true.”
  • Share stories and your personal experiences with vaccinations and vaccine-preventable diseases. Need suggestions? Check out our personal stories.


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Combating vaccine misinformation online

To learn more, view Vaccinate Your Family’s full presentation for the HPV Roundtable on combating vaccine misinformation.

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