Did you know that Google will give your Not for Profit organisation a grant of $10,000 a month to spend on Google ad words and search engine optimisation?
For those of you that aren’t sure what Google ad words are:
When you search for something in google, for example “Bath Half”, paid for adverts (using Google ad words) will be showing at the top of the page. You can use the Google Grant to advertise your charity or event at the top of the page before the results that it finds organically.
For anyone that attended our Charity Forum, you will remember the Search Engine Optimisation presentation by Grant Robertson from digital marketing company – Shake and Speare.
Grant discussed in detail how to access the grant and how to use it. The feedback we had on this session was amazing and we have identified that many of you would welcome further training and advice on how to apply for the free Google Grant.
We have been working closely with Grant who is going to host some practical sessions on applying for the grant free of charge to our Charity Partners.
We will be running a session at our drop in coffee morning on Tuesday 12th November – you will need to bring your own laptop and we will send you what you need to prep in advance.
If you want to attend this session – please confirm your attendance to us by emailing Charity@runninghigh.co.uk no later than 31st October.
Please note that Google state that the following organisations are not eligible:
Governmental entities and organizations, hospitals and medical groups, schools, academic institutions and universities.
If your charity falls within those categories but you are still interested, please let us know because there may be a way you will be able to access it but it may be a trickier process. We will forward all queries of this type directly to Grant for his advice.