Everyclick.com - Charity Search Engine Crowned Website of the Year 2008

Everyclick.com have just been named “Best search & find” website of the year for 2008.

For all 200,000 UK charities Everyclick represents an easy way to generate additional income, increase supporter engagement and access innovative online fundraising facilities without any upfront cost.

This has been covered in a number of sources

Will Critchlow

Will Critchlow

Will founded Distilled with Duncan in 2005. Since then, he has consulted with some of the world’s largest organisations and most famous websites, spoken at most major industry events and regularly appeared in local and national press. Will is part...   read more

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4 Comments

  1. They were sending a huge amount of traffic earlier this year to some sites by buying traffic from other sources.

    http://selfmademinds.com/200709/how-to-lose-80k-visitors-a-month-and-survive/

    Not a sustainable business model.

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  2. Hey, Will,

    If I wanted to post a press release through a UK distributor, which sites should be my top three choices? Any tips related to using them would be helpful as well.

    You can post your response here or via email.

    Thanks!

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  3. Hi Will

    Thank you for your comments. Yes we do use SEM along with other on and offline marketing approaches. We are releasing further additions to our service that will increase the fundraising facilities and build on the community aspects increasing the unique content we have.

    As the founder of Everyclick I am 100% committed to turning search into a significant fundraising facility, believe me there are challenges around every corner. We are improving all of the time – watch this space.

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  4. M Brown

    Good but you haven't told us how to override Google so as to display everyclick instead. Help !

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