501 Tech Club: Kick Starting Your Google Ad Grant with Mark Hallman

Tech4Good Ottawa (Ottawa, ON) is part of NTEN’s 501 Tech Club program.

So your organization has a Google Ad Grant. What’s next?

If you’re not sure where to start, or you’re feeling overwhelmed after a first look at your account, this is the session for you. You’ll be learning directly from Google Partner Mark Hallman. He’s even delivered training on this very topic at Google! This session will be limited to 25 seats – so you’ll want to sign up fast!

Bring Your Laptop!

This will be a working session. You’ll be learning by doing, so you can put into practice at the office the next day. That means we’ll need you to have an approved Google Ad Grant, along with access to your account. We’ll be learning the basics of Google Ad Grants, best practices for advertising on Google, and an overview of the AdWords dashboards. Once we’ve covered those intro topics, you’ll learn how to build an effective nonprofit AdWords campaign. With these tools, you’ll be able to drive qualified search traffic to your website, and get the word about the awesome work you do to even more people!

What You Need to Participate

  • Google Ad Grants account – approved and functional
  • Access to your Google Ad Grants account

Register now to reserve your space! Stay tuned for more information on venue and time! And just like every other Tech4Good Ottawa event, this session will be free to participate.