Google’s free applications and funding for nonprofits is a thing
If you work for a nonprofit, your organization might qualify for Google Grants (up to $120,000), as well as the free use of their powerful cloud-based apps, aka G Suite. Click here to find out more: https://www.google.com/nonprofits/
DC’s fees to handle your Google Grant application and manage the $10,000 for 30 days is $375 and includes:
- Assistance with the grant application
- Inserting Google analytics on your website for monitoring performance of ads
- Setting up keywords and negative keywords for your ad campaigns
- Creating up to 4 new ads for your non-profit
- Monitoring all ads every day
- Emailing you end-of-week reports on performance
- Working with your webmaster to create high performing landing pages
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Experience: Google For Grant /AdWords Management
Here’s a great story to shed some light on a space that may seem a little overwhelming upon your first find out about all the services available for free from Google.
Special Olympics provides year-round sports training and hosts athletic competitions for children and adults with intellectual disabilities.Through their work, participating athletes find opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, and participate in a sharing of gifts with the global community.
At the 2015 World Games in Los Angeles, 6,500 athletes from 165 countries competed in 25 different sports, demonstrating the true meaning of courage, joy, and determination.
In order to launch this massive event, it was necessary to quickly organize 30,000 volunteers, 500,000 spectators, and tens of millions of dollars in donations.
To make the 2015 World Games successful, Special Olympics leveraged G Suite to coordinate their volunteers. They also used AdGrants to engage viewers online, taking advantage of Google Analytics to better understand their target audience.
“Our mission of awareness that leads to acceptance and inclusion means getting in front of as many eyeballs as possible with these great stories. Google was able to help us both figure out who we’re talking to but also get a global audience to be able to get those messages out.”
Patrick McClenahan, President & CEO, 2015 Special Olympics World Games
Their AdWords campaign generated 44% of new users to the Special Olympics site, and drove half of their new subscriber signups.
Google Analytics also gave them a clear understanding of overall site behavior, and allowed them to measure the amount and sources of engagement they were generating.
And access to the YouTube Space in Los Angeles helped them create engaging video content on a very limited budget, driving even more awareness for their cause.