$10K Free Online AdWords Advertising for Charities – Google Grants

The Google Grants program provides charities with up to $10,000 per month media spend on AdWords, the largest online advertising network in the world.

This free advertising empowers non-profit organisations to achieve their goals by helping them promote their websites on Google.

Google AdWords ads appear when users search on Google. When you click one of the ads, you are brought to the website being advertised. AdWords can serve ads on websites that are part of the Google Display Network, putting over 80% of the internet within your immediate reach.

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For more information about this program and to see if your organisation qualifies, please visit http://www.google.com.au/grants/. But before you go! We’re happy to help your charity by donating our time getting your account setup, just get in touch. Cheers!

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Every year, several of our clients redesign their websites.

When this happens, there’s a lot to think about.

  • SEO. How do we smoothly transition rankings and traffic?
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  • Conversion rates. Can we make sure the new site converts better than the old?

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