When looking to donate money or time, most people will search the internet. Those appearing at the top of the listings have the best chance of capturing donors or volunteers.
There are two ways to make it to the top of Google’s listings:
SEO, or search engine optimization, which takes months, even years of hard work; or,
Advertising on Google and other search engines.
Google advertising can jump you to the top of search result listings, and it is available to qualifying Non-Profit Organizations at no cost. And, it is one of the most effective types of advertising because it captures people in the moment they are searching.
Google’s Not For Profit Grant Program
As a Not for Profit you are eligible to receive up to $10,000 per month in Google advertising credits. You can use those credits to advertise your organization’s benefits on Google’s search engine.
How Google Advertising Works – Case Study
To make the top of search listings requires a basic understanding how search engine advertising works. This introductory session will show you just that. We’ll use an Ottawa area Not for Profit case study demonstrate how to use keywords, ads, bidding and more to get the most traffic from your grant dollars.
At this Session You Will Learn How To:
Apply for the Google Grant program ($10K / month advertising credits)
Set and make the most of your search engine advertising budget
Get your ads to appear in the best spots without paying the highest price
Refine your product/service keywords, PPC ads and landing pages so they boost your results
Target the website traffic you’re after, whether it be volunteers, donors, or people to use your services.
Prerequisites for attending this seminar: None
Who should attend:
Anyone with a website. This includes Executive Director, communications, and program managers.
I am looking forward to presenting Google AdWords to you at this seminar. My name is David Bird; I’m an Ottawa marketing entrepreneur and Google Partner certified with AdWords. I work at the “intersection” of Google AdWords and Google Analytics to deliver unique, fact based insights that help improve programs, communications and performance. I hope you come to this session, you will be glad you did.