Book now for our Feb 2017 Lecture & Information Session on Google Adwords for Charities

When: Tues 28 February, 10 am – 12 noon

Where: Carmelite Community Centre, Aungier St, Dublin 2

Cost: €20-30, depending on organisation size

Discounts available for group bookings – discounts are limited so book quick!

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Would you like to know if you can turn free Google Grant Adword money into a measurable revenue stream? The Google Grant is a generous initiative from Google that allows registered charities to spend up to $10,000 per month on Google Ads – but many charities struggle to use it properly.

Come to our lecture and information session on Tuesday 28th February with PPC expert Alan Roche, who will demystify Google Ads and show you how to get a measurable return on your account.

About the Speaker

Creator of, Alan works with a variety of organisations including The Little Museum of Dublin, for which he secured and runs a Google GrantsPro account, Sensational Kids, Irish Ballooning Championships, and also private sector companies such as Mortar and More.

He is a little obsessed with making sure that marketers use the right tools in the right way. Alan says: “There are many different tools available to the digital marketer. I love using the right tool for the job and PPC is a sales tool. You’re only using it right when you’re making money with it.”

Who Should Come?

  • Charities who are not yet using the Google Grant and want to know what it’s all about
  • Any charity who has a Google Grant Adword account, but is struggling to make it work for them
  • Charities who are seeing good click-through rates on their ads and would like to turn them into revenue

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This event is supported by Combined Media – a digital agency, who have been working in the digital space since 1992. They work with a number of charities on their digital marketing campaigns and implement highly targeted digital marketing strategies.

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