Helping not-for-profit organizations develop their digital outreach
ContentOpia is a leading digital agency specialised in digital marketing for charities and nonprofits.
Gaining online exposure, ranking high in search engines and making the most of an advertising campaign while focusing on your mission require resources and technical knowledge that can be hard to find. Our team of experts put their experience and expertise to your service and help you develop your online content and digital marketing strategies.
Because making a positive impact on the world starts with working with the right team!
Unique. Impactful. Results driven.
We specialise in digital marketing for charities and non-profits. Whether you are looking at making the most of an Ad Grants campaign, gaining exposure on social media or adding quality content to your website, we determine together what your priorities are and how we can achieve your goals quickly and with long-term effects.
We like to make things personal. We take the time to get to know you, your audience, and understand your needs and objectives.
Keeping it simple
When it comes to pricing we like to keep things simple, starting with a fixed daily rate, with the possibility to create a project-based package.
Creativity X technicality
Creativity combined with technical knowledge gives you content and communication campaigns that are both hard to miss, and hard to forget.
We never lose sight of your goals and objectives and will focus on reaching them quickly and effectively, with long-lasting results.
Specialised in Google Ad Grants for nonprofits
Ad Grants is a very powerful tool for your nonprofit, which allows you to advertise on the Google ads network for free. With a 10k grant to spend every month, you can create advertising campaigns to promote your mission, your services, gain more donations or find new volunteers.
We have made of Google Ad Grants our specialty; using our extended knowledge on the program and the Google Ads tool, we will help create top performing advertising campaigns to help you reach your goals faster and with long-lasting results.
Make your mission more prominent and reach out to more people with an on-point digital strategy. Gain visibility on search engines, grow an online community and communicate with your audience more effectively with a little help from our team. Let us develop the digital marketing for your charity, mission based company or nonprofit.
Looking for ideas to improve your SEO/SEA, or in need of technical information? Check our online resources.
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