Promoting Public Image of Rotary by Modern Means of Communication
PUBLIC IMAGE Impact on CommunityRotary cant afford to simply expect its good work to speak for itself. “The creationof the...
Putting Rotary in the public eye,                   by using Social Media•    Promoting Rotary•    Putting Rotary in the p...
Non-Traditional means appeal                               to youth•   Special events and other outlets•   Sponsoring a mo...
Using Facebook page to Enhance Rotary Image and Fundraising                          “Rotary Public Image Zone 20B”•Facebo...
Examples of stories with public image content: how the public looks to Rotary                            and interact with...
Examples of stories with public image content: how the public looks to Rotary                            and interact with...
New generations have a place and a say
Billboards, TV spots, print media coverage and Rotary club meetings      Are tools for the coverage of projects financed b...
Pinpointing areas of interest to the community and the donors
From Southern Europe to vocational training projects, would-be donors also need                        recognition and app...
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  1. 1. Promoting Public Image of Rotary by Modern Means of Communication
  2. 2. PUBLIC IMAGE Impact on CommunityRotary cant afford to simply expect its good work to speak for itself. “The creationof the RPIC group is designed to help foster a consistent but regionally appropriateapproach to Rotary’s public image efforts,” RIP Kalyan Banerjee says. How thisreflects on Zone 20B?ZONE 20: Section B: Algeria, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Egypt,Gibraltar, Greece, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Kyrgyzstan, Lebanon, Mauritania,Montenegro, Morocco, Georgia, Serbia, Sudan, South Sudan, Tajikistan, Macedonia,Tunisia, Turkey, UAE. Nine Districts of: 2420, 2430*, 2440, 2450*, 2470,2482, 2483*,2484, 9010*Enhancing Rotary’s public image by assisting districts, clubs and others to tellRotary’s success stories to all media, local govt. officials, communities, civic leadersand similar entities. To reach our goals, we use social media which directly reflectson public’s perception of Rotary and promotes the RI priorities.Social media includes web-based and mobile technologies used to turncommunication into interactive dialogue. Social media takes on many differentforms including magazines, Internet forums, weblogs, social blogs, microblogging,podcasts, pictures, video, rating and social bookmarking.
  3. 3. Putting Rotary in the public eye, by using Social Media• Promoting Rotary• Putting Rotary in the public eye involves more than just writing press releases and maintaining contact with local media. Rotary International provides pre-produced public service announcements and encourages all clubs to localize these materials for use in their communities.• There are different types of social media, some of the more widely used are:• collaborative projects (e.g. Wikipedia),• blogs and micro blogs (e.g. Twitter),• content communities (e.g. Youtube),• social networking sites (e.g. Facebook), Social media services focus on some or all of seven functional building blocks :• identity, conversations,• sharing, presence,• relationships, reputation, and groups).• These building blocks help understand the engagement needs of the social media audience. For instance, LinkedIn users care mostly about identity, reputation and relationships, whereas YouTube’s primary building blocks are sharing, conversations, groups and reputation.
  4. 4. Non-Traditional means appeal to youth• Special events and other outlets• Sponsoring a movie premiere that raised money for brain research and promoted Rotary at the same time.• Auction or raffle off a luxury car, boat, house built as a vocational service project, vacation packages, tickets to sports events.• • Create special items for sale, including CDs, DVDs, cookbooks, craftwork, and Push to End Polio T-shirts, bumper stickers, and toy bears.• • Organize special events such as a walkathon, telethon, golf tournament, car rally, festival, fun fair, flea market, variety show Other promotional outlets include:-• Television , Billboards, posters and signs , Newspaper supplements , Club brochures ,Presentations and speeches ..etc• Beyond traditional media• Promoting Rotary in the 21st century means moving beyond traditional media. New technology hasn’t made press releases obsolete, but it has added to the arsenal of media tools.• Blogs and podcasts• Blogs are online journals that can include text, audio, video, and images. When the December 2004 tsunami hit Sri Lanka, the Rotary Club of Colombo Regency used a blog to collect donations and help coordinate relief efforts.• A podcast is a digital audio file distributed over the Internet, usually through a subscription-based service.• Other new media tools include electronic press releases, distributed through e-mail, and uploaded videos. More than 50 video uploading and sharing sites allow you to publicize your Rotary efforts on the Web.
  5. 5. Using Facebook page to Enhance Rotary Image and Fundraising “Rotary Public Image Zone 20B”•Facebook is increasingly used by millions around the world as a social network.On January 2011, we released our page “Rotary Public Image Zone 20B” to enhanceRotary Image and use it as a tool for fundraising and membership extension
  6. 6. Examples of stories with public image content: how the public looks to Rotary and interact with it
  7. 7. Examples of stories with public image content: how the public looks to Rotary and interact with it
  8. 8. New generations have a place and a say
  9. 9. Billboards, TV spots, print media coverage and Rotary club meetings Are tools for the coverage of projects financed by donors
  10. 10. Pinpointing areas of interest to the community and the donors
  11. 11. From Southern Europe to vocational training projects, would-be donors also need recognition and appreciation

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