Denver Charity Scams in Colorado

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March 6, 2016 - PRLog -- Denver charities and Google, who helps who?
Google search has long been a way for any local organization to promote themselves and get relevant and
organic search results. Google has dominated this arena for a long time, but in 2016 that reputation for
search might be changing.
Let's look at a few factors.
Google could be said to be the best search engine for the following reasons:
* It relies on a simplicity that many other search engines lack.
* It's fast, reliable, easy to use, user friendly.
* Fewer, less noticeable ads.
* The search algorithm seems to bring the most relevant items to the top.
* More relevant ads.
Why is Google the best search engine from a marketing perspective?
* More people use Google than any other search engine in the world.
* Google the information to improve their engine further.
* It has the largest known database of metadata for searching and search criteria.
* Referrals from Google have higher conversion rate then any other search engine.
When it comes to charity organization who rely on the kindness and giving nature of their local
communities, the prospect or doing the right thing coupled with Google being so great at sending relevant
traffic is a blessing.
But how is that working out in 2016?
Let's examine a charity donation program that is utilized by nearly every charity. They will kindly accept
your old car in any condition, tow it for free, and use the recycling revenue to help fund the charity within
the community.
Good causes, great outcomes.
In 2016, however, local scams have caught wind of the inexperience or lack of resources that charities have,
and have begun targeting their revenue programs, scamming community donors with the promise of doing
something for the greater good.
Denver, Colorado has a very big homeless problem with lots of charities lined up trying to help get them off
the streets every day.
The freezing cold weather makes it even more of a challenge. The car donation programs in Denver help to
offset the costs of getting people off the streets and into shelters or rehabilitation facilities, depending on
what is needed.
One of the key searches that a potential donor might type into Google might be: "donate car denver".
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Google with its reputation for giving people accurate search results, falls very far from accurate due to two
1. Advertising moved from sidebars to above search results
2. Lack of oversight of the Google Map spam
Attached are two organization that openly and boldly defy Google and dominate the Denver charities,
before the Google search results have a chance to show potential donor a list of real charities that they
might be able to assist. Attached is a file that shows
exactly what the charities face in Denver, Colorado. As if their challenges were not great enough, now they
seem at the mercy of Google map scams, and more than likely lose donors to them every day.
John Burgreen
Editor for Denver Donate
Donate Car Denver Denver Donate provides resources and information on charities in Denver, Colorado.
Google map scam results:
Archived press related to the scams:
Contact Info
Denver Donate
2029 Larimer
Denver, CO
Phone: 7203182886
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Source Denver Donate
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Industry Non-profit
Tags Denver, Car Donations, Denver Scams
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