For a company that makes its billions from advertising, the Google Grant is possibly the worst advertised marketing service available today.

In summary, the Google Grant:

* Gives Non-Profits $10,000 of free Google Search Ads every month
* Has a maximum Cost Per Click bid of $2.00 (previously $1.00)
* Can be upgraded to GrantsPro which provides …

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About Intentional

I rarely do workshops as it takes me away from client work, but as a favour for close friends, Bruce & Jacquie Macintosh of the IT Department, I’ll be running a half day hands-on Adwords workshop as part of their NFP Experts Series. Adwords Hands On Workshop. In read more

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Adwords Call Conversions in Australia

Barely 3 months ago I wrote about Adwords Call Forwarding becoming available in Australia. As useful as this was, there are several niches where users aren’t going to click the phone number in the ad before they’ve visited the website. Now, Google have closed read more

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About Intentional

I rarely do speaking engagements but close friends, Bruce & Jacquie Macintosh of the IT Department, managed to twist my arm to speak at a new workshop series they are running. So if you want to catch me in person, I’ll be speaking at the following two sessions: 1) The Top 10 Online Advertising Opportunities […]

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Its official, I’m calling 2014 the year of the PPC Wars.

The history of the internet has seen Netscape vs Internet Explorer. Windows vs Mac. iOS vs Android.

Now its well and truly Adwords vs Facebook Ads.

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Google Call Forwarding in Australia

Not too long ago I wrote about the top 3 new PPC features I saw as the killer opportunities for this year. Within 30 days of writing that post, Facebook introduced the ability to do native read more

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Last month, Google quietly rolled out a significant new feature to Adwords: SNDS.

It is Google’s answer to Search Advertisers who would like some of the extra benefits from display but can’t be bothered building out and performancing Display Campaigns.

It is also proof that Google continues to suffer from terrible naming syndrome.

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