Let’s say you’re at the start of your journey when it comes to content creation and you’re wondering where to begin.
Would you like to learn more about content creation and how it relates to your building products brand?
Read on to find out:
- The fundamentals of content creation for your building products brand
- The different types of content creation you could (and should) be making
- Which agricultural and construction brand paved the way for content marketing back in the 1800s
In an unusual move for Google, the officially announced an impending algorithm update this week. Google described it as the June 2019 core update.
The update began rolling out on the Monday 3rd June, impacting Google search ranking and listings positively and negatively across the globe.
PPC (Pay-per-click) is an advertising model that allows building product companies to have their company appear both above and below the organic search engine results. You’ll pay the search engine every time somebody clicks on your ad regardless of how many times its shown.
Rarely do we speak to a building product company that hasn’t tried paid advertising at some point in their marketing strategy. Do we blame them? Not at all, testing different marketing strategies to find out what works best for your company is part of growing a business. That said, there is a point at which too much paid advertising becomes a problem.
Sometimes when creating content, you can get carried away with so much detail that you end up with a chunk of text that looks blocky and unappealing.
Below are 7 different types of visuals you can use to make your blogs more alluring to the eye, ensuring people stay on your page and take something in even if they're quickly scanning over it.
Most websites have a FAQ page somewhere on their website but they’re not always optimised for search engines. You may not even need a FAQ section but its become a page that is seen as important as ‘About Us’ and ‘Contact Us' pages.
David Hamill advises that if your FAQ page is answering questions that the rest of the website should answer, then you have a problem with your site content.
Some people overlook the potential and the opportunity FAQ pages offer, with many including questions that are very samey and repetitive, providing answers that come across as patronising.
From our conversations across the construction industry, it’s clear that building product Sales Leaders view content marketing with suspicion, feeling it could hinder their chances of getting in front of prospects and customers.
Once we explain the benefits to them and their teams of a well executed inbound marketing strategy, they soon understand the potential to help them improve lead generation and lead quality.
Making their sales team busier, more respected in their sector and getting them in front of more influential decision makers and specifiers.
Read on, to find out how we explain the key benefits to sales of inbound and content marketing.
Part 1 discussed how important creating content for your specific audience is and platforms in which you can not only create awareness of your brand but also understand pain points within the sector.
Part 2 focuses on social media, engaging with your audience, influencers, paid ads and getting a professional to create your content for you.
Many of these promotional strategies overlap and interlink so try and do them together rather than picking one and focusing on one thing.
Content marketing is increasingly becoming a successful method of digital marketing as it allows you to represent yourself as the experts within your specific sector. Meaning leads come to you more educated about your product.
Writing great content is a huge part of content marketing but there are also a number of strategies to help increase and grow your audience. Part 1 includes how forums, guest posting, re-purposing old content and segmenting your audience can increase your audience reach.
An architect likes the look of your building product. In fact, it has the potential to offer the ideal solution for the architect’s project. They just need to check the product specifications on your website.
But these haven’t been included in the product information.
The architect has no way of knowing whether your building product is right after all. The architect could find your contact information and get in touch to clarify the details.
Or they could Google your competitor. The latter takes a fraction of the time.
Yesterday, Insynth presented on how digital marketing is changing the way that specifiers and buyer engage with building product brands, and how you should adapt your marketing plans to keep up to date with these changes.
Old fashioned traditional ways of reaching your audience such as cold calling, trade shows and brought contact lists are all suffering.
This blog summaries the struggles and challenges that building products companies face and how you can approach them. We’ve also included our presentation from the day for you to view.
Blogging is not a new way of marketing but has improved and continues to change as technology progresses, for instance many now include videos.
Websites have become an essential platform for all businesses, whilst a blog is increasingly being recognised as a must-have on your website.
There are a number of reasons why having a blog is vital, one being when people visit your site they can see you are active, another is to implement SEO and rank higher on Google for your specific audience.