Reaching new audiences: SEO essentials for charities – 28th September 2023

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The Clare Foundation is delighted to be able to host an in-person event for charity professionals responsible for their organisation’s website. Our guest speaker, Carys Dorritt from The Polka, will share tips for making your website stand out.

Why are we hosting this workshop?

Wondering how to make your website stand out amongst a sea of results on Google? Confused about what ‘keywords’ really mean? If you want your charity to rise to the top, but the jargon-filled world of SEO leaves you perplexed, you’re not alone.

In this workshop we’ll demystify SEO and bust the jargon!

What can you expect?

The workshop will cover:

  • Why does SEO matter?
  • SEO basics and how search engines work.
  • Easy and practical SEO tactics you can start implementing immediately.
  • Understanding and using keywords effectively.
  • The importance of high-quality content and how to optimise it.
  • Monitoring your SEO success and adapting your strategy.

Learning outcomes

By attending this workshop, SEO will be turned from a daunting task into an empowering tool for your charity.

About our speaker

About our speaker

Carys Dorritt is the founder of The Polka, a boutique digital marketing agency who love helping charities and not-for-profit organisations connect with their audiences online. Whether it’s through creative social media campaigning or raising rankings on Google they help you reach the right people and ditch the digital overwhelm.

Go to our events page for more details.

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