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Google AdWords Set Up

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Diane A.

Director of Development and Communications

Posted Date
Aug 13, 2019
Location
Virtual volunteer opportunity
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Impact statement
This project will save us $3,486 , allowing us to enhance other areas not support by project specific grants such as technology.

Project Details

What We Need
  • Setup of Google AdWords ads
  • Training for staff on how to monitor performance and update Google AdWords ads going forward
  • Optional: Set up integration between Google AdWords and Google Analytics
Additional Details

We had been working with a firm to set up google ad words but they ran into a road block with google which claims that an ad word account had already been created by our company. Unfortunately, we could not access the account as we had no knowledge of who set it up and without the correct email/password, google was not allowing us access to the account.

We need someone to first address this issue and then launch the campaign for us. We already have the target audiences and ad words.

What We Have In Place
  • We already have the campaign strategy and contact information at google regarding the challenge with setting up the account.
How This Will Help

It will help us grow individual donations to our organization which has been identified as a key strategic objective.

Project Plan

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Prep: Discuss AdWords Goals & Strategy
  • Professional and Volunteer Manager discuss goals and target audiences for search engine marketing efforts
  • Volunteer Manager shares AdWords credentials with Professional, as well as past marketing materials and style guide to use for ad content creation
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Milestone 1: Organize Account & Choose Landing Pages
  • Professional establishes Google AdWords campaigns based on target audiences (e.g., donors vs. beneficiaries) and ad groups within each campaign
  • Volunteer Manager and Professional choose landing pages for each ad group
  • Professional trains Volunteer Manager on how to establish/modify campaigns and ad groups going forward
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Milestone 2: Establish Keywords
  • Volunteer Manager and Professional use Keyword Planner to pick keywords for each ad group
  • Professional trains Volunteer Manager on how to monitor performance and update keywords & keyword match types
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Milestone 3: Write Ads
  • Professional writes copy for ads (one for each ad group, if applicable)
  • Volunteer Manager provides feedback on ad copy, which Professional incorporates
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Milestone 4: Reporting
  • Professional trains Volunteer Manager on how to monitor the AdWords portal for ongoing reporting
  • (Optional) If Organization already has Google Analytics tracking codes on website, Professional integrates Google AdWords with Google Analytics to help Volunteer Manager understand the behavior of users who click on their ads
  • (Optional) Professional trains Volunteer Manager on how to monitor website activity from Google Adwords ads on Google Analytics
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About The Org

Our Mission

New Destiny Housing Corporation is New York City's only nonprofit focused on the permanent housing needs of low-income domestic violence victims. We create long-term safety and stability for low-income families and individuals at risk of domestic violence and homelessness through service-enriched housing, programs that empower clients to obtain and retain housing and education about the housing needs of this population.

What We Do

Since our launch as an independent organization in 1994, New Destiny has developed 15 residential projects in four boroughs, creating 305 permanent and transitional units. Eleven are affordable rental projects with on-site services. More than 50% of the units are set aside for domestic violence survivors coming from a New York City domestic violence shelter.

Our Family Support Program is the cornerstone of New Destiny’s permanent affordable housing, helping previously homeless low-income survivors of domestic violence, primarily single mothers of color with one or two children. Tailored to the needs of domestic violence survivors, New Destiny’s trauma-informed service model helps tenants to remain stably housed, promotes family unity, builds community and fosters self-sufficiency. The program offers a wide range of services to more than 430 adults and children. With support from on-site staff, residents make tangible improvement to their lives such as completing their education or securing better employment.

HousingLink is an innovative homelessness prevention program that is offered at New York City Family Justice Centers (FJCs) in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx. HousingLink connects domestic violence survivors who are clients at the FJCs, which serve thousands of survivors each year, to affordable apartments in existing buildings. By preventing a shelter stay, HousingLink helps survivors and their children to avoid the trauma and disruption resulting from
homelessness. HousingLink conducts workshops for both survivors and advocates on housing options and rental subsidies; provides one-on-one assistance to address barriers to housing; helps individuals prepare strong rental applications; and offers aftercare support to foster housing stability. In just three years, HousingLink has connected 51 families to high-quality, affordable housing and has served over 300 domestic violence survivors.

With over 140,000 visitors annually, our online Housing Resource Center is the “go to” resource for individuals and advocates, providing up-to-date information on a range of topics including finding affordable housing in New York City.

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