Free Nonprofit webinar: How To Rank Higher on Google
Are you spending a fortune on paid marketing and advertising to rank better on Google? Yet, are you seeing your website rank on the umpteenth page of Google? In this free webinar recording, Osamu Wakabayashi will show you five easy steps to improve your Google ranking without spending any money.
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is the practice of improving and promoting your website to increase the number of visitors to your website from search engines which most of us use Google.
Learn how SEO works and how it can help you elevate your impact, expand your reach, and further your fundraising efforts. Increase your nonprofit’s online presence and help potential stakeholders discover your cause or social issue.
This Free Nonprofit Webinar Recording Is For You If:
- You don't know how SEO works and where to start.
- You want to rank your website #1 in Google search results locally.
- You're paying tons of money on digital marketing and advertisement.
- You want to promote your organization online but don't want to waste your time.
- Your website is built with WordPress.
During This Free Nonprofit Webinar Recording You Will Learn:
- What website slug is, and how to optimize it.
- How to optimize your web content and page titles.
- How to find the right keywords with a free Google tool
- How to improve your page to increase web traffic.
- How to make images more SEO friendly
- How to change a meta title and description (make more people click on your website)
About Your Topic Expert:
Osamu is specifically qualified to teach this webinar because:
- He ran a web development/digital marketing agency and worked for the nonprofit industry for 13 years.
- He coaches nonprofit professionals how to leverage the power of the internet to increase their revenues for 12 years.
- He helped over 500 nonprofit professionals use WordPress website and develop digital marketing strategies to accelerate their business
- He created over 100 How-to tutorials videos from digital marketing to fundraising
Osamu is all about helping nonprofit organizations leverage the power of the internet and do more things online so that they can grow their business.
Osamu knows that each nonprofit has its own objectives, so he makes it a priority to consult with clients to get a deeper understanding of their organizational practices and challenges. In this way he can provide the best tools, strategies and advice for a nonprofit to grow its audience.
In addition to r creating great graphic design and enriching brand development, Osamu focuses his expertise on delivering workshops to the nonprofit community to help them utilize WordPress websites, presentations, and marketing strategies to meet their needs.
What Attendees Said about This Nonprofit Webinar for Nonprofit Professionals:
“Very short and sweet but specific and provided great tools and demos.”
Kelsey Fraim, The Barn At Spring Brook Farm
“The webinar was very valuable and gave some great tips that I am easily (and quickly) able to implement.”
James Granell, Sherlock's Homes Foundation
“This free webinar provided great ideas and tips that we feel we can implement right away. Thank you!”
Ana Oliveira, ABC Life Literacy Canada
“Really great webinar with do-able practical tips for a non-tech person.”
Patricia Cumbie, Global Rights For Women
“I enjoyed today's webinar and found it very useful. The webinar covered concepts of which I was already aware, but it inspired me how to begin the large undertaking of SEO Optimizing my organization's website! And thank you to our wonderful presenter!”
KA Robinson, New School Montessori
“I've looked for a basic SEO class for a while and this webinar was a welcomed quick and to-the-point session! I've got some helpful tools and more clarity on instincts I had before.”
Sara Perez, The Friends School of Atlanta
“Quick and I learned a lot of good tips in a half hour of my time.
Ginny Thomas-Wilson, Research Advocacy Network
“Clear, brief, to the point, relevant to my work.
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