March 2017: Google Adwords – Intensive Workshops

Irish Charity Lab is holding an intensive workshop for a small group of charity staff on Tuesday March 28th in Dublin, with PPC expert Alan Roche. This will be an excellent opportunity to improve your Adwords skills and get individual attention with your account.

The workshop will have a maximum of 6 people attending. If you would like to come to this workshop, please fill out this application form.

When: Tuesday 28th March, 9:45 am – 1:00 pm

Where: Irish Theatre Institute, Eustace St, Dublin 2

Cost: €150 per attendee

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Who is It For?

Charities with a Google Grant Adwords account who would like to get some intensive help with their accounts. The training will be focused on achieving a measureable return through your Adwords account, and we will group attendees according to their level of familiarity with Adwords.

About the Trainer

Alan Roche began his career as a journalist, covering construction and business. In 2009 he moved into the field of marketing and communications. Creator of www.ppc4charity.ie, 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. Alan has achieved phenomenal results with Adwords – see some testimonials on his website.

“If you have a charity grant account that does not seem to be doing much to help you I strongly advise you to speak to Alan about how to make it work.” – Trevor White, Director, The Little Museum of Dublin

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.”

 

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