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Over 63,000 Non-profits Turn to GoodSearch.com During Economic Downturn


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In our slowing economy, GoodSearch.com has become one of the most effective and unique solutions to help Nonprofits raise money online. GoodSearch recently reported that more than 63,000+ Nonprofit Organizations and Schools across the country have turned to GoodSearch’s (2) two online fundraising tools which basically allow supporters to financially help out the nonprofits of their choice without spending any money of their own.

  1. GoodSearch.com, a Yahoo-powered search engine which makes a donation for every search
  2. GoodShop.com, an online shopping mall of more than 700 leading retailers that directs a percentage of every sale to the user’s favorite charity.

About GoodSearch.com:
The company was launched in 2005 and founded by a Brother and Sister DUO Ken and JJ Ramberg who both acknowledged that "We all have a cause we care about – whether it’s finding a cure for cancer,
saving the environment, finding homes for abandoned pets or so many other
worthwhile endeavors." It was this shared philanthropic vision that led the creation of a company that could support charitable organizations without taking time out of people’s busy schedules. Furthermore, it was the idea that even the smallest fraction of the billions of dollars generated by search engines could make a huge impact on the Nonprofit Industry and other good causes. 

How GoodSearch.com Works?
GoodSearch is a unique search engine, powered by Yahoo, and built with "patent-pending" technology which provides the ability to track, direct search results and donate 50% off the ad revenue to the
charities and schools designated by its users.

About GoodShop:
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In 2007, GoodShop was created to be an online shopping mall
of world-class merchants dedicated to helping fund worthy causes across the
country. Each purchase made via the GoodShop mall results in a donation to the
user’s designated charity or school – averaging approximately 3% of the sale,
but going up to 20% or even more. In fact, According to their website, "GoodShop will donate up to 37% of every purchase to the charity of their choice."

Are You NonProfit Interested In Joining GoodSearch?
Here are some things you need to know before your signing up your Nonprofit.

  • To participate in our program, your organization must be a registered
    non-profit. This can include schools, charities, hospitals and clinics,
    volunteer services, political organizations, fraternal organizations,
    professional associations, religious organizations, governmental agencies, etc.
  • If your nonprofit is a chapter of a national organization, please participate in
    GoodSearch through the headquarters.
  • We currently only work with U.S. charities and schools but plan to expand
    internationally in the future.

In Conclusion:

The people at GoodSearch are providing a remarkable service here and
are single handedly changing the way money is raised online for people
and organizations who need it the most.

Search Marketing (from an operations standpoint) has become a
very complex Industry. It is filled with complicated and ever changing
algorithms, complex strategies, inflated advertising costs and
increased competition. However, once in a while you come across a
company like GoodSearch, whose core business model is about being
Socially Responsible. Is your company Socially Responsible? If not, you
may want think about.

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