- Posted by 1st-IT Team
- On 21st November 2016
If you’re in charge of marketing or fundraising for a charity then this is one seminar you can’t afford to miss.
In this session, digital marketing consultant, trainer, and published author David Miles will explain:
- How Google AdWords works and how it can be used by charities to drive more visitors to your website and boost your fundraising and cause awarness.
- What the Google Grants programme is all about and how you can use it to advertise your charity on AdWords at zero cost
- How to check if you are eligible for this free money from Google and how to apply
- How to set up an effective AdWords campaign for yourself
- The pitfalls you need to avoid (this is important even though it’s not your own money you’re spending)
- Some of the ways that other charities have successfully used the Google Grants programme to raise awareness and increase donations
The session will include practical examples and plenty of time for you to ask questions.
REGISTER FOR FREE
DATE AND TIME
Thu 8 December 2016 09:00 – 12:30 GMT
Who is the organiser? 1st – IT offer flexible IT solutions and consultancy across a number of areas including, IT infrastructure set-up and maintenance, Cloud computing solutions, help-desk support, hardware and software procurement, security and disaster recovery. 1st IT is one of the few specialist supplier of IT for the charity sector. This conference will be beneficial to boost your charities online presence, increase awareness to your cause and help with donations and fundraising. Who is the speaker? David Miles is a digital marketing consultant, trainer, and published author. For the past 11 years David has owned and run digital marketing agencies and training businesses which have provided training and consultancy on Google AdWords, SEO, web analytics, social media marketing, website design, and conversion rate optimization to businesses large and small across the UK and Europe. Aside from managing his own businesses, David is also a Director of the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB), the UK’s leading business organisation, where he is part of a team responsible for determining the organisation’s online and offline marketing and communications strategies. David is a strong advocate of small business and entrepreneurship and in 2010 was awarded an Honorary Fellowship of the Institute of Enterprise and Entrepreneurs in recognition of his contribution to enterprise in the UK.