This half-day workshop will look at the basics of Search Marketing (also known as Pay-Per-Click, or PPC), how to enrol for the Ad Grants scheme, and how to get the best returns.
Small Charities Coalition knows it can be hard to get your organisation and your message out
to new audiences and supporters, and that advertising online to drive
more visitors to your page can be complex and expensive. Luckily, Google
runs a Nonprofit Programme
that provides, amongst other things, a free $10,000 a month of online
advertising credit to registered charities – allowing you to start
advertising your cause to people searching on Google (known as Search
This half-day workshop will look at the basics of Search Marketing
(also known as Pay-Per-Click, or PPC), how to enrol for the Ad Grants
scheme, and how to get the best returns. Whether you are looking to
improve how potential service users and donors find you, or how the
public can find out more about the issues you’re campaigning on, this
workshop will give you tips and tools to help you reach the right people
using search marketing and Ads (previously known as Adwords)
This workshop will cover:
An introduction to Google AdWords, the Google for Nonprofits and Ad
Grants programmes, and how charities can get the most out of it.
An overview of AdWords and Adwords Express
The AdWords interface and an explanation of how to set up campaigns.
The best ways to structure your AdWords campaigns to get the best value.
Ongoing management and reporting of AdWords campaigns, including requirements of the Google for Nonprofits programme.
Level: This workshop is aimed at those taking
their first steps into using Google Adwords, including those who have
not yet started using it.
For those looking to build on the basics and improve their campaigns, please see our Google Ads – Next Steps session.
Previous attendees have said:
A good overview of the benefits and potential of Google Adwords,
with some solid practical tips on how to get started, and how to use
adgroups, keywords and reporting.
Date and Time
Thu, 28 March 2019
13:00 17:00 GMT
95 Queen Victoria St
London EC4V 4HN