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Nonprofits Learn Digital Tools To Grow Their Organizations

Nonprofits Learn Digital Tools To Grow Their Organizations

Nonprofits Learn Digital Tools To Grow Their Organizations

At Google Partners Connect Event

Westport, CT (February 18, 2015) A group of Fairfield County nonprofit organizations gathered late last week at Symphony Workplaces in Westport to attend an exclusive Google Partners Connect event titled “Small Business Tools.” Attendees learned how to grow their organizations through the power of digital marketing, online advertising and Google AdWords directly from Google experts. Google grants were also discussed, which provide eligible nonprofits with $10,000/month of in-kind AdWords advertising on Google search result pages. This free event was hosted by IncrediCause, a Westport based certified Google Partner marketing agency that focuses on serving nonprofits. The event began with speaker Todd Rowe, Managing Director, Global Channel Sales at Google.

Rowe discussed “Leveraging Technology to Thrive,” sharing how small businesses can differentiate themselves from their competitors through digital marketing. Next up was Fred Vallaeys, AdWords Evangelist at Google, who spoke on “Advertising Your Business Online,” sharing how small businesses can navigate the web and expand their online presence through smaller insights. IncrediCause founder Elia Kopreski rounded out the event with a presentation on Google Grants available to nonprofit organizations.

“I am pleased to be able to help nonprofits with Google Grants and AdWords technology throughout Fairfield County and greater New York City,” said Kopreski. “Most 501c3 nonprofit organizations qualify for a $10,000 Google Ads Grant, and if they do, they should defiantly apply. It’s amazing to see the impact this free advertising spend can have on an organization’s ability to share their mission and grow their support.”

IncrediCause plans to offer these free Google Partner information sessions on a quarterly basis.