Webinar

Google Ad Grants 101

A Small Investment in Free Marketing

Google provides certified 501c3 nonprofit organizations with the Google Ad Grants program ($10k per month) to help make those nonprofits more visible and competitive in search results. It’s a valuable, mature, and accessible advertising tool that nonprofits of all sizes should consider. As a practical entry point into your organization’s engagement architecture, search ads can bring a new, significant traffic source to your organization’s website, helping generate new leads, spark donor interest, attract volunteers, and amplify the brand and programmatic messaging. It can also be a valuable supplemental sidecar to your SEO strategy and tactics.

There are a few considerations to navigate if you embark on this program within your organization. ParsonsTKO will discuss the nuts and bolts of the Ad Grants program and how your organization can make the most of this grant opportunity such as:

  • How the Ad Grants program differs from (paid) Google Ads and when to consider using the paid version instead
  • A quick overview of Microsoft’s parallel offering, Bing Ads for Nonprofits

Following along in the recording as John Harrison shares his experience with the Ad Grants program and how your organization can make the most of this free tool.

Event Recording

Recorded: May 18, 2022 | ~50 minutes
Slide deck: Google Ads 101


Speaker

John Harrison, Solutions Producer

With a background in Art Education, Educational Technology, Information Technology and Digital Marketing, John has been designing, coordinating and launching websites and digital experiences since the turn of the century, and joined ParsonsTKO in 2021.

At Enterprise Community Partners, a national, non-profit affordable housing organization, John helped design, build, launch, and maintain a modern marketing engagement architecture. This interconnected email, web, CRM and data ecosystem enabled Enterprise to identify quickly, grow and segment new audiences for affordable housing development, advocacy, social impact investment and philanthropy. John’s past client work includes AARP, Audi USA, Abbott Pharmaceuticals, Wells Fargo Foundation, Windstream, Virginia Satellite Education Network and Enterprise Green Communities.

John received his B.A. at James Madison University and a leadership certificate at Loyola University. When he’s not deeply engaged in customer journeys, writing user stories and prototyping wireframes, John enjoys logging the miles on his bike, hiking in the woods and perfecting vegetarian dishes in Richmond, VA, where he lives with his spouse Erica.

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