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Donna Guinn Kaufman

A three year breast cancer survivor, Donna Guinn Kaufman is the Virginia State Lead Ambassador for ACS CAN. She is the Vice President of the Tigerlily Foundation which educates, advocates for, empowers and supports young women before, during and after breast cancer. Before cancer changed her life, Donna worked in the US and abroad and founded Sponsorship Communications, a sponsorship and event marketing agency. Taking a sabbatical in 2003, she moved to Israel with her Foreign Service spouse, working on an UN project to market traditional Palestinian embroidery for Gazan women. A former US Army Officer working in public affairs, Donna studied International Affairs and completed her undergraduate degree at CINY Albany while doing graduate studies in Religious Studies at George Mason University. Donna's hobby is fitness to fight reoccurrence and prove that you can do anything after fighting cancer. Donna lives with her two children in Northern Virginia while her husband serves his third combat tour in Afghanistan.

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Domenick Casuccio

An 11-year Melanoma survivor, Domenick Casuccio received his Bachelor of Science in Journalism specializing in Public Relations from West Virginia University in 2002. In 2003, He began his career with the American Cancer Society in the former Mid-Atlantic Division as a Community Manager in West Virginia. He managed patient service programs, volunteer recruitment and fundraising events in 5 rural counties. A year later he relocated to Richmond, Va. to serve as the Regional Communications and Marketing Director for both West Virginia and Virginia. In his current role he oversees all of the public relations, marketing campaigns, social media and media partnerships for the two states. Domenick also serves as the division-wide communications liaison for both Relay For Life and Making Strides Against Breast Cancer. He lives in Richmond, Va. with his two cats and enjoys cooking, exercising and connecting with friends and family through his many social networks.



Identify what social media is and how it is different than traditional media.

Review how we can enhance our presence on social media channels in order to further the American Cancer Society’s mission of saving lives.

Identify resources that are available to help with local public relations.

Identify what social media channels can do to create more visibility and awareness.

Review the role of the local volunteer and how to conduct public relations and marketing on behalf of the American Cancer Society.



Introduction to Social Media

Overview of Facebook

Overview of Twitter

Overview of Blogs


Action Items

What is social networking

What is Social Networking?

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What is Social Networking?

Websites that give you tools to help you communicate with your social circle and find new friends.

Simply put, it’s about people talking, engaging, communicating locally but with the power to affect globally.

Social networking is, at its most basic sense, a shift in how people discover, read, and share news and information and content.

Most popular channels

Most Popular Channels

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Most Popular Channels

Facebook (80%)

Twitter (66%)

YouTube (55%)

LinkedIn (49%)

Blogs (43%)

*Russell Herder and Ethos Business Law study, July 2009

People on facebook

People on Facebook

More than 500 million active users

50% of our active users log on to Facebook in any given day

Average user has 130 friends

People spend over 700 billion minutes per month on Facebook

More than 70 translations available on the site

Activity on facebook

Activity on Facebook

There are over 900 million objects that people interact with (fan pages, personal pages, groups and events)

Average user is connected to 80 fan pages, groups and events

Average user creates 90 pieces of content each month

More than 30 billion pieces of content (web links, news stories, blog posts, notes, photo albums, etc.) shared each month.

Best practices

Best Practices

Become familiar with the site.

Find old friends, family and coworkers.

Provide engaging posts.

Share albums of photos and videos.

Engage in discussions.

Broadcast what you’re doing or reading to the world.

Find social events you can attend.

Pages groups events

Pages, Groups & Events

Check with your staff partner before creating pages, groups or events on behalf of the Society.

Only create if you are able to maintain regular posts and updates.

Use pages, groups and events to recruit your network to get more involved in Society activities and programs.

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Dom’s Facebook Page

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Relay For Life Event Facebook Page

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Donna’s Facebook Page

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ACS CAN Virginia Facebook Page

Micro blogs


What is a micro blog

What is a Micro-blog?

Micro-blogging allows users to post brief text updates to a website that aggregates these messages for viewing by friends or the public. These messages can be submitted by a variety of means, including text messages, mobile web, or the website hosting the micro-blog.

What is

What is ?

Twitter is the most popular micro-blog. It provides real-time information, commentary, and descriptions of events. Twitter users send updates, or “tweets,” that are 140 characters or less in length and displays on their profile page and in their follower’s feed. Twitter users can also share links to photos, video, news, etc.

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Best Practices

Keep content short and simple.

Provide more information with a shortened URL.

Promote your Twitter profile.

Keep followers engaged.

Post other relevant content.

Search Twitter for other comments using #hashtags

Popular twitter feeds

Popular Twitter Feeds










Sample society tweets

Sample Society Tweets


October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month! If you are a woman that is 40 or older, get a mammogram and clinical breast exam every year.

Relay For Life

Don’t miss our Womanless Beauty Pageant at the Relay For Life of Virginia Beach. Harbor Park at midnight. Come vote for your favorite!


March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month. Most of these cancers occur in people who are 50 and older. Talk with your doc about screening.

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The art of retweeting

The Art of Retweeting

  • Shares tweets with others on your feed with a “retweet.”

  • This is the way that ideas spread quickly through the Twitter community.



What is a blog

What is a Blog?

Blogs, or web logs, are regularly updated online journals that almost anyone can read. Some blogs target a small audience, while others boast a readership comparable to national media outlets. Blogs often focus on a specific topic. Many blogs allow readers to comment on posts.

Best practices2

Best Practices

Observe the blogosphere.

Provide links.

Make headlines attention-grabbing.

Include numbered/bulleted lists.

Make posts easy to scan.

Keep a consistent style.

Best practices3

Best Practices

Use keywords strategically.

Edit your post.

Promote your blog.

Determine how to handle comments.

Make use of web analytics tools.

Evaluate your efforts.

Popular blog hosting websites

Popular Blog Hosting Websites

Blog topics

Blog Topics

Current Events


Sports & Leisure







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Dr. Len’s Blog

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NEW! Expert Voices Blog

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Patricia’s Blog

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Donna’s Blog

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Koryn’s Blog

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Whidbey’s Blog



eCards are electronic greeting cards that are sent to people’s email accounts.

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Relay For Life eCards

Donna guinn kaufman eCards



A podcast is a digital audio or video file that can be saved for playback on a portable media device or computer. The term “podcast” refers to both the actual content of the media file and the method by which the content is syndicated.

(Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2010e)



  • Relay For Life Podcasts


    • Available on the web and iTunes

  • Powerful Choices Podcasts


    • Available on YouTube and iTunes

  • CDC Podcasts


    • Available on the CDC website and iTunes

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An image and video hosting website

Easy to share via social networking sites and blogs.

Apps for most Smartphones

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ACS on Flickr

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  • A video-sharing website on which users can upload, share, and view videos.

  • Many users post video blogs or vlogs.



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ACS on YouTube

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The power of the individual

The Power of the Individual

Become a Brand Ambassador


Password: brand

In a nation of millions and a world of billions, the individual is still the first and basic agent of change.

- Lyndon B. Johnson

Thank you

Thank you.

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