I guested live on the Google Ad Grants Management Group on Facebook, to talk about the new audience and remarketing features.
In this episode Jason King, an Ad Grants Certified Professional, walks us through how to get help, advice and resources for Google Ad Grants
There’s a lot to understand, so it’s no wonder if charities struggle to figure out what’s allowed and what isn’t.
A presentation for charities with Google Ad Grants who want to sharpen their skills, learn new techniques, and get better results.
How to use the Search Terms report to find out which words people actually searched for, and add Negative Keywords to avoid wasted spend.
How your nonprofit can switch your ads on and off depending on the weather, and why a charity might want to do this. The Salvation Army ran Google Ads over winter, asking people to donate to help the homeless.
I am pleased to announce my inclusion in the directory of Google Ad Grants Certified Professionals. This community is a new initiative by the Google Ad Grants team. They are validating agencies with Ad Grants experience and who specialise in working with nonprofits.
The Ectopic Pregnancy Trust (EPT) was awarded a Google Ad Grant, giving us $10,000 worth of free online advertising per month, to promote the website’s pages and help us reach a larger audience. We use all that monthly budget, and continue to optimise and maximise our use of the grant. I’d like to explain how and why we structured our ad campaigns, and give you some useful tips on using Adwords effectively.
Watch the webinar to find out how charities can use Google Analytics to gather valuable insights into their website performance, and make data-driven decisions.
In Lasa’s upcoming webinars we will look at how charities can use an Google Ad Grant to drive more visitors to their website, and Google Analytics to track their success online.
Charities can apply for a Google Grant to get up to $10,000 per month’s worth of free online advertising. That can greatly increase the number of people looking at your website’s pages. A popular website might have a 10% increase in visits, while a smaller or less well known site can double or treble its visits.
The Google Analytics tool is free to use, and provides a wealth of data that can help you evaluate your success online, and make decisions to improve the way your website works. This webinar will give you an overview of Analytics, useful for any non-profit worker with responsibility for their website.