Each year, around Thanksgiving and Giving Tuesday, there is a huge spike (+300%) in search queries for keywords around making donations. This trend is consistent every year, showing there is a large number of people looking to make donations during the season of giving. More recently, as mobile has grown to become the #1 device for search, we can see an increase in people using mobile to make on-the-go searches for donation centers. This brings into question, are donation centers optimizing their brand for local search in order to be found during the biggest days of giving?
At Chatmeter, we jump at the chance to give back. Whether we’re donating toys to a children’s hospital, collecting cans for the San Diego Food Drive, or building homes for those who need it most, we’re always looking for ways to make a difference, however, we can. At the beginning of this month, a group from Chatmeter headed down to Mexico to build a home for a deserving family with Baja Bound.
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