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So whether you’re a small charity or a large, international business with a presence around the world, we promise to deliver the best possible digital marketing service for your budget to ensure you achieve maximum visibility online to attract new donors and volunteers.
Our charity marketing agency services include: SEO, paid search (PPC), website design, content marketing, social media, marketing strategy, data & analytics, conversion rate optimisation, and training. So whatever challenges you’re facing, we have the skills and industry knowledge to help you get found online, drive supporters to your website and ultimately raise money for your fantastic cause.
The digital marketing landscape is becoming increasingly complex, especially when it comes to connecting with audiences online. Many charities and non-profit organisations are limited in their resources and finding staff time to engage in digital marketing can be difficult. So, how can you effectively market your cause digitally? Focus on digital marketing channels where your audience spends most of its time. For example, if your charity supports human rights initiatives, focus on finding ways to reach those donors on sites like Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr.
Whether you have a large budget or not, don’t feel like you have to spend thousands of pounds on advertising: Social media platforms like Facebook have powerful (and very cost-effective) advertising tools that allow you to target specific groups based on demographics or interests.
Paid search is still a great option for charities. It might not be as easy or obvious an option as other forms of digital marketing (like SEO or social media), but there are still plenty of reasons why it can be worth exploring. The key, of course, is knowing which PPC channels work best for charities so make sure you use a reputable PPC agency to ensure you get the best possible return on your investment.
If you’re hoping to raise money, then organic search might be just what you need. Search engines like Google look at factors like keyword density, length of content and incoming links to determine which results rank higher. If your charity is a local one, then it’s important to keep these elements in mind; you’ll also want to avoid using certain keywords (like fundraiser or donate) that have limited effectiveness and are often flagged as spammy. Seek out SEO experts in your area who can help build an effective campaign from start to finish.
Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest are all good places to reach people who will be interested in your cause. But before you post just about anywhere, you should do some research on your community to see where they’re spending their time online. If you’re trying to raise money for a charity or non-profit organisation – like Doctors Without Borders – it can be particularly helpful to build up an email list of supporters. Facebook allows users to create events that allow them to invite their friends (and friends of friends) to join in. Facebook events give nonprofits a great way to rally support and grow their social media presence. They also make it easy for supporters – especially those who may not use social media regularly – to spread information about what’s going on without requiring them an extra step.
To make digital marketing affordable, Google Ad Grants are a great way to use advertising to reach your target audience. The campaign process is simple: You apply online, you get approved, and then you get up to $10k per month free ad spend. Be aware though that there are quite a few specifications as to how your ad campaigns should run so make sure you use an agency that has previous experience of managing Google Ad Grants campaigns so that non of your grant goes to waste. We do, so just get in touch on 02392 830281 or [email protected]
The first question you should be asking is ‘what’s my budget?’ – then, ask yourself, ‘how much money can I spend without jeopardising my ability to raise funds?’ It’s important to note that digital marketing doesn’t have to be an all or nothing expense. Start small and scale up as needed. Don’t forget to develop a plan that includes metrics so you know what’s working (and what isn’t). With any marketing program, it is critical that you track ROI (return on investment) and adjust your strategy accordingly.
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