7 min read

6 Tips To Stop Coronavirus Impacting Your Sales Efforts

By Rich Newsome on 12-Mar-2020 02:15:00

With the coronavirus pandemic continuing to spread, you’d be forgiven for thinking, how will this affect my building products and construction business?

We’re unsure on how long it’ll last and the true extent of its severity, but one thing’s for certain: it will have a lasting impact on the industry.

And we’re not only talking about the distance it’s placed between us and our prospects. COVID-19 has forced us all to think about new approaches to how we work and the steps we should take to protect ourselves and our business.

No doubt, most of the articles you’ve read on coronavirus will have all been doom and gloom and ‘panic stations.’ Here, our intention is clear:

With the correct digital sales and marketing strategies, you can begin to take steps to adapt and prepare.
Topics: Sales Strategy Blogging Construction Marketing News Construction Marketing Strategy
6 min read

6 Things You Should Stop Doing To Your Content

By Olivia Atkinson on 24-Feb-2020 09:29:43

When it comes to revitalising and updating your content it can be easy to throw aside content pieces that you feel aren’t working for your target audience.

Before doing so it’s worth considering these 6 options that often get forgotten about. Then you can focus on producing content that’s not only relevant to your audience but also content that Google will love.

Topics: Content Marketing SEO Blogging Construction Marketing Strategy
6 min read

SEO For Construction Marketing: What Are Header Tags?

By Rich Newsome on 29-Jan-2020 12:35:13

There are a ton of companies in the building products and construction industry who spend countless hours and thousands of pounds producing content and developing webpages that go unnoticed by Google.

You may hire an expert copywriter who writes beautifully but has little knowledge of your target audience.

You may spend thousands on a web developer who’s an amazing visual designer but knows very little about SEO.

And what are you left with? A website that acts as a product brochure (I’m aware that I’ve used this term several times).

This post will provide you with the tricks and hacks that’ll ensure you structure your blogs in a way that gets you noticed by Google, giving you the biggest slice of the pie.

Topics: SEO Construction Marketing Blogging Construction Marketing Strategy
9 min read

What Will Make Your Construction Content Marketing Stand Out In 2020?

By Rich Newsome on 15-Jan-2020 15:36:34

Want to make your construction content marketing stand out in 2020?

You’ve come to the right place.

As we enter into the new decade, we need to understand that the times are changing. So, before I break into a clichéd Bob Dylan quote, I’m going to share some key tips to make your construction marketing content stand out, increase specifications and win you the projects you deserve.

Topics: Blogging Construction Inbound Marketing Construction Marketing Strategy
6 min read

Construction Marketing Strategy: What Is The Role Of Marketing In 2020?

By Rich Newsome on 05-Dec-2019 15:37:04

Continuing with our series on construction marketing strategy, this post sets out to assess the current state of marketing within the building products and construction industry, and what you can do to ensure a successful and prosperous 2020… and beyond.

You’ll find many posts out there that talk about marketing in 2020, and you’ll no doubt be bombarded with buzzwords like KYC, Digital Marketing Transformation and insights-driven marketing.

These words all have their place in the marketing sphere, but they don’t necessarily resonate with the challenges that the building products and construction industry face. So, we’ll set out to assess the current state of marketing within your industry, allowing you to progress further and smash your goals.  

Topics: Content Marketing Construction Marketing Sales Strategy Blogging Construction Inbound Marketing Construction Marketing Strategy
5 min read

What I Learnt From My American Adventure

By Rich Newsome on 17-Sep-2019 10:05:12

It’s been a couple of weeks since the Insynth team returned from our visit across the pond. The main aim of our trip was to attend Inbound 2019: an annual sales and marketing conference that brings together industry leaders to deliver high-quality, educational sessions.

As you can imagine, I learnt a lot! You can read about my top five highlights here.

Topics: Blogging Construction Marketing News Inbound2019
6 min read

5 Things A Building Products Manufacturer Could Write About

By Rich Newsome on 28-Aug-2019 19:50:43

Your words are golden on the web. The more you write around a topic, the more Google recognises you as a reputable source. Google’s algorithms dictate that your website will rank highly based on keyword usage, relevance, site design and other factors.

Google provides the highest quality, most relevant results based on the keyword(s) used by the searcher.

As a building products manufacturer who wants more traffic on your site, you need a secure content strategy that puts you in the best position to rank highly on search results.

Topics: Content Marketing Blogging Construction Marketing Strategy
5 min read

Why You Should Be Measuring And Analysing Your Construction Content

By Rich Newsome on 15-Aug-2019 09:10:54

Colleagues want facts and figures. They want measurable and profitable results.

What evidence do you have that your content marketing efforts are successful? This information  will allow you to see if the content you’ve invested so much time on producing is actually working, and most importantly, whether it’s driving sales.

Topics: SEO Blogging Construction Marketing News Social Media
6 min read

Create Less And Promote More Content For Your Building Products Company

By Rich Newsome on 06-Aug-2019 12:53:03

The Importance Of Content Promotion

Content promotion refers to the distribution of content through a variety of media channels. These include social media networks, blogs, emails, and live events, to name a few.

A common viewpoint shared by many is the notion that you should create less and promote more. We understand the weight of this argument. What’s the point, for example, in organising a birthday party without promoting it? No one would turn up.

Topics: Content Marketing Blogging Social Media