The latest press release from Beanstalk Search Engine Optimization, Inc. was released today announcing free SEO services for chairties and non-profit organizations. Here is the release:
November 6, 2008 — Top SEO firm Beanstalk Search Engine Optimization, Inc. is pleased to announce the launch of their free SEO for charities initiative. Every month a site will be selected from a group of submissions and the charity or non-profit selected will receive free SEO services and/or consulting.
“We have to realize how privileged we are and remember to appreciate what we have and share what we can,” said Beanstalk CEO Dave Davies. “Sometimes it’s easy to get caught up in our lives and the stresses we all have but when we take a moment to think, I mean really think about how blessed we are, sometimes you can’t help but be humbled. We are not a Fortune 500 company and we don’t need to be to make a difference. We can do our part in our way and hopefully leave the world a better place than we found it.”
In order to have your registered charity or non-profit organization considered you simply need to fill out their free charity SEO form. Once per month the Beanstalk owners and staff will choose from all applicants and select the winner.
The winner will be chosen based on a variety of factors. These include but are not limited to:
- Which charity is most deserving.
- Which charity can be helped the most.
- Which charity has shown a strong desire to provide visitors with a good and informative experience on their website.
- Which charity appeals to the Beanstalk team most.
On or around the 25th of each month a meeting will be held at Beanstalk and the winner will be informed and the services engaged. The services offered here will be those that both Beanstalk and the charity feel will provide the greatest possible benefit however they will be limited to a $1,500 value. Once every six months Beanstalk will be offering a $6,000+ package. Those who are selected for a $1,500 offering will be included in the considerations for the larger package.
All entries will be kept on file for six months so even if a charity isn’t selected today — they may still be selected down the road. If your charity isn’t selected within six months of applying, all charities are invited to apply again though Beanstalk asks that applications be limited to two per year.
For more information or to apply you can visit their free SEO for charities page. This is not the first charitable initiative undertaken by Beanstalk. For more information on their other efforts you can visit their main charity SEO page for further information.
SEO news blog post by Dave Davies, CEO @ 12:15 am on November 7, 2008