Google Ads Announcement
In a recent announcement from CEO Sundar Pichai, Google has committed to providing $340 million of free Ads credits to SMEs who have been “active advertisers” on Google Ads since the beginning of 2019.
This is the largest donation yet announced by a tech corporation and according to Pichai, $250 million in ad grants will go to the World Health Organization (WHO).
Credit notifications will appear in user’s Ads accounts and can be used at any point until the end of 2020 across advertising platforms.
Another $20 million in Google credits, for its cloud services, will also be awarded to academic institutions and researchers working on COVID-19 related projects.
Are you eligible?
To be eligible for the Ads credits, users must meet the following requirements:
· Be a small to medium-sized business
· Advertise directly with Google or through their partners
· Had an active account since the beginning of 2019
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