Google Grants Links to SEMcares.com to Help Non-Profits with Volunteer Search Engine Marketing

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The Official Google Grants Blog tells non-profits about SEMcares.com, the not-for-profit database that connects non-profits and volunteer search engine marketing providers.

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SEMcares was thrilled to learn that Google mentioned us to spread the word about SEMcares.com to better help us provide volunteer search marketing benefit to non-profits

SEMcares.com, the free, not-for-profit database that serves to connect non-profits with volunteer and discount search engine marketing providers is honored and excited to receive a mention and website link along with Sempo.org, from the Official Google Grants program blog, here.

The Google Grants program supports organizations sharing our philosophy of community service to help the world in areas such as science and technology, education, global public health, the environment, youth advocacy, and the arts.

Designed for 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations, Google Grants is a unique in-kind advertising program. It harnesses the power of Google's flagship advertising product, Google AdWords, to non-profits seeking to inform and engage their constituents online. Google Grants has awarded AdWords advertising to hundreds of non-profit groups whose missions range from animal welfare to literacy, from supporting homeless children to promoting HIV education.

Google Grant recipients use their award of free AdWords advertising on Google.com to raise awareness and increase traffic.

"SEMcares was thrilled to learn that Google mentioned us to spread the word about SEMcares.com to better help us provide volunteer search marketing benefit to non-profits," said SEMcares.com founder, Gregory Markel.

SEMcares most recently, provided volunteer search engine marketing consulting and Google Adwords PPC ads to http://www.VitaminAngeles.com, and currently lists within it's volunteer search engine marketer database, some of the top search engine marketing figureheads in the Industry including Kevin Lee, Chairman of Did-it.com and long standing ClickZ columnist, who also lent great moral support to the idea and birth of SEMcares in 2005. Additionally, SEMPO founding chairperson Barbara Coll, CEO of WebMama as well as recent SEMPO chairperson and founder of Sitelab.com, Dana Todd have both contributed past energies and energizing support to SEMcares.com and/or its non-profit recipients.

Current SEMcares.com non-profits looking for volunteer search engine marketing providers include: American Brain Tumor Association, Amnesty International USA, Autism Child Care Connection, Hollywood Arts, Join Red, The World Wildlife Fund, Vitamin Angels, and others. More info on non-profits looking for volunteer search marketing help, here: http://www.semcares.com/links.php.

About Google Grants:
The Google Grants program, found at http://www.google.com/grants/, "supports organizations sharing our philosophy of community service to help the world in areas such as science and technology, education, global public health, the environment, youth advocacy, and the arts."

About http://www.SEMcares.com:
SEMcares came online in late 2004 to inspire the search engine marketing industry to respond to the Indian Ocean Tsunami. Founded by search engine marketing pioneer Gregory Markel and coded by web developer Carl Inniss with inspirational support from search figureheads Kevin Lee, Dana Todd, and Barbara Coll, SEMcares.com is a free, not-for-profit connector database service that enables non-profits and volunteer and/or discounted search engine marketing providers to easily find and contact each other so that skilled search engine marketing providers can help non-profits at zero or discounted rates to increase their search engine visibility and ergo, awareness and donations. All non-profits looking for free or discounted search help, as well as all professional search engine marketers who wish to volunteer or discount their services to help non-profits, are encouraged to participate at http://www.SEMcares.com.

Press Contact:
Melissa Klotz
323-960-7790
contact @ semcares.com

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