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HPV Vaccine Promotional Toolkit

Overview

The National Vaccine Program Office (NVPO) created a series of promotional graphics to highlight the importance of the HPV vaccine. Each graphic includes a fact or statistic to help people understand why children and young adults need to get vaccinated.

Use this toolkit to spread the word about the HPV vaccine to your networks. Together, we can help prevent cancers caused by HPV!

Target Audience

The primary audience for the graphics is consumers — particularly parents and young adults — interested in HPV vaccine information for themselves or their children.

Social Media Graphics and Posts

Use these promotional graphics and sample Twitter posts to spread the word about the HPV vaccine to your followers and contacts. You can also adapt the Twitter posts for use on Facebook or Instagram.

HPV: Graphic 1

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Download the English graphics below:

Twitter | Facebook | Instagram

Download the Spanish graphics below:

Twitter | Facebook | Instagram

Sample Twitter Posts for Graphic 1

  • HPV vaccination for boys and girls at age 11 or 12 can help prevent #CervicalCancer. Get more info from @HHSvaccines to help #EndHPVCancers: https://bit.ly/2X15s8n
  • Fighting #CervicalCancer starts with HPV vaccination. Help #EndHPVCancers by making sure every child receives the HPV vaccine at age 11 or 12. https://bit.ly/2X15s8n
  • The HPV vaccine can protect your child from many cancers caused by HPV, including #CervicalCancer. Learn more from @HHSvaccines: https://bit.ly/2X15s8n #EndHPVCancers

HPV: Graphic 2

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Download the English graphics below:

Twitter | Facebook | Instagram

Download the Spanish graphics below:

Twitter | Facebook | Instagram

Sample Twitter Posts for Graphic 2

  • #DYK? Men are 4 times more likely than women to get HPV cancers of the tongue, throat, and tonsils. Find out how to help #EndHPVCancers from @HHSvaccines: https://bit.ly/2X15s8n
  • The HPV vaccine doesn’t only prevent cervical cancer — it also helps protect against cancers of the tongue, throat, and tonsils. Learn more from @HHSvaccines: https://bit.ly/2X15s8n #EndHPVCancers
  • Oropharyngeal cancers — cancers of the throat, tongue, and tonsils — are the most common HPV cancer. The HPV vaccine can help #EndHPVCancers when every child gets vaccinated at age 11 or 12: https://bit.ly/2X15s8n

HPV: Graphic 3

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Download the English graphics below:

Twitter | Facebook | Instagram

Download the Spanish graphics below:

Twitter | Facebook | Instagram

Sample Twitter Posts for Graphic 3

  • The HPV vaccine prevents many cancers caused by the HPV virus. Learn how to protect yourself — and help @HHSvaccines #EndHPVCancers: https://bit.ly/2X15s8n
  • At any given time, about 1 in 4 adults in the US have HPV — and it can lead to serious health problems. Find out how to help #EndHPVCancers with info from @HHSvaccines: https://bit.ly/2X15s8n
  • Every year in the US, HPV causes 33,700 cancers in men and women. The good news? The HPV vaccine works. Learn more from @HHSvaccines: https://bit.ly/2X15s8n #EndHPVCancers

HPV: Graphic 4

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Download the English graphics below:

Twitter | Facebook | Instagram

Download the Spanish graphics below:

Twitter | Facebook | Instagram

Sample Twitter Posts for Graphic 4

  • Just 2 doses of the HPV vaccine at age 11 or 12 can help prevent HPV cancers. Learn more from @HHSvaccines: https://bit.ly/2X15s8n #EndHPVCancers
  • HPV is so common that nearly everyone will get it at some point. The HPV vaccine helps protect against HPV and the cancers it causes. Get the facts from @HHSvaccines: https://bit.ly/2X15s8n #EndHPVCancers
  • Parents: You can help #EndHPVCancers by getting your preteen or teen vaccinated against HPV. Learn more from @HHSvaccines: https://bit.ly/2X15s8n

Social Media Banners

Add these promotional banners to your organization’s Facebook and Twitter profiles to help build our network of HPV vaccine stakeholders and advocates.

HPV: Banner 1

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Download the banners below:

Facebook | Twitter

HPV: Banner 2

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Download the banners below:

Facebook | Twitter

HPV: Banner 3

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Download the banners below:

Facebook | Twitter

HPV: Banner 4

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Download the banners below:

Facebook | Twitter

HPV Web Badge

Add this web badge to your website to help people find information about HPV vaccines. All you have to do is copy the code!

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<a href="/hpv" target="_blank"><img alt="badge-hpv" data-align="left" data-entity-type="file" data-entity-uuid="1e973306-02f4-4eae-a921-e0cd05449e97" src="https://vaccinesgov-testing.s3.amazonaws.com/s3fs-public/inline-images/badge-hpv_0.png?AIbk3YKw4oHGuny30_cvns7n3wqhFRK9"/>

HPV Resources from our Partners

You can find more HPV information and resources from our partners:

LAST REVIEWED: FEBRUARY 2019