Blog


Our news and views

Boost your charity's profile with a Google Ad Grant

by Sarah Fesco |  28 Apr 2017

Google are now offering paid advertisments to eligible not-for-profit organisations up to the value of £8000 every month.

If your NPO qualifies for a grant, redhed inc can work with your marketing team to significantly increase your web presence through various channels and boost your message and reach. We help you to apply for a grant, and then create and manage a strategy for optimum use of your budget to increase your charity’s awareness.

How does it work?

Quite simply, this is Google Ad-Words, but paid for by Google! There are requirements to be met, and a serviceable account must be maintained with Google to qualify for a grant and that is where we come in - we understand how the process works and can help you through each step of the process. On top of that, we use Google Ad Words every day for our clients and know its potential and best use practices.

What should I do next?

That's easy... call us on 01223 941075 and find out how a Google Grant is going to help your organisation!

 Back

 

FROM OUR BLOG

Regularly, we share our thoughts, experiences and successes.

 

ActiveLife Website Launch

ActiveLife Website Launch

Today sees the launch of the ActiveLife website. ActiveLife is a company that specialises in fitness and healthy lifestyles. Our brief was to design and build a modern ...

Read More

Boost your charity's profile with a Google Ad Grant

Boost your charity's profile with a Google Ad Grant

Could you spend up to £8000 per month on Google Ad words? Google have a programme offering not-for-profit organisations grants of up to £8000 pm to advertise on their advertising platform. What are you waiting for?...read on!...

Read More

Top tips for Search Engine Optimisation

Top tips for Search Engine Optimisation

As part of your digital marketing strategy you should be thinking about how well your website is performing in organic searches, the search that people use through Google and Bing primarily. The better your website is optimised the higher up the rankings you will climb. Pick specific keywords that are relevant to your pages and product and optimise the website to those words....

Read More