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Social Media for Rotary Clubs

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Social media is an excellent tools to help spread the word about your Rotary Club, Rotary District and Rotary, in general. Share about new members, events, fundraisers and all the wonderful rewarding aspects of being a Rotarian. Rotary International provides tons of social media content to make it easy to share and spread the word.

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Social Media for Rotary Clubs

  1. 1. The Social Rotarian August 2013 Debbie Harris 2013-2014 District PR Chair 2013-2014 RYLA Facilitator Coordinator
  2. 2. Your PR Committee • Debbie Harris – PR Chair – Las Vegas Rotary Club • Jennifer Weed – Social Media Chair – Red Rock New Generations Club • Will Kelso – Social Media/Online Marketing – San Gabriel New Generations • Rachel Diehl – Press Releases, Traditional Media – Red Rock New Generations Club • Richard Reed – Online Marketing – Las Vegas Rotary Club • Bob Basile – Content Writing – Rancho Del Chino
  3. 3. Social Media is FREE • Social Media is here to stay and can be a big part of your Club’s outreach • Start slow using Facebook and then progress to other social media platforms such as Twitter and Google+ • Everyone can get involved • Take a picture during your meeting and Post to your Facebook Profile • Share what is Posted on your Club’s Facebook Page • Connect with RI and other Clubs on Facebook, LinkedIn & Twitter
  4. 4. Have a Social Media Committee as Part of PR Committee • Have 1 or more members responsible for social media postings • Set up a schedule – Monday – Post the upcoming Speaker with picture & bio – Tuesday – Share something from the District page – Wednesday - Share something from the RI Facebook page – Thursday – Grab a video off of YouTube – Friday – Post something about a new member, event, community project, etc. Whatever day you meet, take a picture and Post to your Facebook Club Page and your Profile. Spread the word!
  5. 5. Type Create a Page in Help
  6. 6. Choose Company, Organization or Institution
  7. 7. Facebook Will Walk You Through It
  8. 8. Editing & Adding Admins
  9. 9. Edit Settings
  10. 10. Mobile for Uploading Photos
  11. 11. Las Vegas Rotary Facebook Page
  12. 12. Facebook - District 5300
  13. 13. Facebook – 5300 eClub
  14. 14. Facebook Rotary International 231,152 likes · 7,207 talking about this · 6,110 were here
  15. 15. Connect with Rotary Event Pages
  16. 16. RotariansConnectD5300.com
  17. 17. Facebook’s New Graph Search
  18. 18. Connect with Other Rotarian Pages as Your Club’s FB Page
  19. 19. Use Facebook as Your Club Must be a Administrator o Facebook pa
  20. 20. You Increase the Exposure of Your Club’s Page
  21. 21. The Power of Sharing Pew Research 2012 Average # of Facebook Friends is 229
  22. 22. Now My 2,000+ Friends May See It
  23. 23. Rotary International Company Page on LinkedIn
  24. 24. Rotary Listed in Current Positions Listed in Current
  25. 25. And Again in Organizations Want Rotary to show up as often as possible.
  26. 26. Join the RI Official Group
  27. 27. Rotary on Twitter – Follow Them
  28. 28. ReTweet
  29. 29. Rotary on YouTubeShare These Find Videos Under 3 Minutes
  30. 30. RotariansConnectD5300.com Website Use this to Promote Fundraising Events & Incentive for New Members
  31. 31. District 5300 Website
  32. 32. Backing Up Your Social Media SocialSafe.net
  33. 33. The Social Rotarian Debbie Harris District PR Chair 2013-2014 RYLA Facilitator Coordinator 2013-2014

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