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Getting a second website approved in the Google Grant program

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Hi,

We are a Google Grant grantee.  The ad program is running fine on the inital website we used for the application. 

We have a second website with a different URL in French. That site has a  charitable mission, however, the language (French) and the mission are slighlty different that the initial one.

How, do we apply ro get the second website approved into the Google ADWORDS program? 

Thanks

Luke

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Hi OuagaNet N,
Welcome t the forum.

Google Ad Grantees may only promote one website domain name: the website domain name associated with the registered nonprofit that was approved for Google Ad Grants.

The only exception is if your organization has an additional website domain(s) for another language. In this case, the website content must be exactly the same, but the website domain may be different.

Please see the following help file for https://support.google.com/nonprofits/answer/1657899?hl=en

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Re: Getting a second website approved in the Google Grant program

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Interesting.... However, with no specific reference to Grants, in general, an entity can have only one account. So, my view, no matter whether you are a "for profit" organization, or a non-profit one - you could have only one account (with some exceptions - that I don't think would apply)

 

But let me ping our Grants specialist.

 

@RobertCoats ?

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Hi OuagaNet N,
Welcome t the forum.

Google Ad Grantees may only promote one website domain name: the website domain name associated with the registered nonprofit that was approved for Google Ad Grants.

The only exception is if your organization has an additional website domain(s) for another language. In this case, the website content must be exactly the same, but the website domain may be different.

Please see the following help file for https://support.google.com/nonprofits/answer/1657899?hl=en

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Thank you for the detailed clarification Robert. In my case, the first one is in English and it promotes our charitable activities in the country we are involved in (ouaganet.com).
The second one is in French with a complete domain name (leburkina.net). It intervenes in the area of education (educational blogs) and also allows local communities to add listings about local organizations, communities needs, villages, etc. The two contents are not exactly the same, however, the missions are about same. Help communities, by providing an educational platform, listings the communities and their needs, using technology to help fight poverty.
I started to apply for another grant for the second site, but I am unsure if an organization can do that. At this point, it will be more beneficial for us to use ADS words with the second site, because with the first we can't compete with the keywords.

Thanks,
Luke