- June Google Grants Webinar: Automobile Driving Museum
- July Google Grants Webinar: Beloved Streets of America
- September Google Grants Webinar: Angels for Angels
- May Google Grants Webinar with SuperInterns.com
- August Google Grants Webinar with SuperInterns.com
- September Google Grants Webinar: Youngstown Cultural Arts Center
- February Google Grants Webinar with Abracadabra Printing
25 years ago, global communication reached new heights with the birth of the Worldwide Web, connecting millions on a level that had not been achieved before. From the second it came alive, people have created websites / new platforms to reach out to others.
This year celebrates the creation of more than 1 billion sites, a number so large that the human mind struggles to comprehend it. Websites owe their success to Search Engine Optimization (SEO), but for those who have little means, SEO is often out of their budget, shutting doors before they’re even open.
Seattle Web Search, a digital marketing company from Seattle is offering a free SEO workshop for non-profit organizations, August 10 from 4-5pm (PDT). Not only will those who attend get training from the Google Analytics-certified partner; they will also get pro bono services throughout the workshop.
Participants will gain hands-on experience as they learn the basics of SEO from Geoffrey Purkis, owner of Seattle Web Search. We are excited to be co-hosting this Google Grants Crowdcast webinar with SuperInterns.com.
Thanks Julie Braun for reaching out!Save my free spot!
Please share this event if you think a nonprofit you support could benefit from free marketing!
We will be continuing (and improving) our series of online workshops to help nonprofits setup Google Adwords, apply it to their nonprofit marketing, and optimize it to get on the first page of Google.
In each webinar we discuss how you setup and optimize Google Grants and why you should consider it as part of your marketing strategy this year. You can use Google Grants to: Reach donors, volunteers, and consumers when they’re searching on Google. The easier it is for people to find and share your cause, the more likely they are to donate.