Driving new engagement opportunities with expert charity ppc (pay per click).
How many charity organisations around the world do amazing work, yet struggle to a wider audience? Maybe you’re looking to keep interested parties well informed. Or trying to raise awareness regarding a specific issue or campaign? Maybe you’re just looking to drive new donations to help fund the next set of charitable initiatives? Whatever the need for new outreach for your website, PPC for charities can help.
Pay per click marketing is a fast and effective way to achieve digital goals. It allows among other things – real time data, fast strategic decision making and transparent performance metrics. Paid search marketing has fast become a major focus for charities and their digital marketing. In addition to the normal benefits of PPC, some search engines offer additional support to charities such as the Google Non-Profit Grant. You can find this through the Google Adwords paid search platform.
Converted are acknowledged by Google as being a non-profits featured provider. This means Google recognise Converted as an advertising agency that can provide a charity with the right level of support and charity pay per click expertise. In addition to this we are also a Google Premier Partner agency with specialisations across all major biddable media. We have experience of applying for and managing the Google Non-Profit Grant campaigns as well as successful applications for the Google Grant Pro.
So if you represent a charity and would like support or advice on using Adwords to raise awareness of your charity then feel free to contact us today.
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