Beyond Digital: Growing Your Building Products Brand

By Olivia Atkinson on 29-Mar-2019 15:32:47

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.

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Construction Marketing Tips: How To Optimise Images For SEO

By Olivia Atkinson on 21-Mar-2019 12:02:13

Google doesn’t read images, search engines only read text, so if your image is named ‘DSC_006’ then it’ll never be found.

You might not think that the name of your image matters, but a third of all searches performed on Google are for images.

That’s a third of the traffic you’re missing out on just because your image isn’t named correctly for Google to find it.

Read on to find out more…

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Your Futurebuild 2019 Tradeshow Checklist

By Luke Monterosso on 04-Mar-2019 09:19:10

Attracting over 26,000 visitors and 500 exhibitors, Futurebuild 2019 in London is a much-anticipated event for the construction industry.

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Construction Marketing Strategy: The SEO Trends You Need To Know In 2019 - Part 3

By Abby Buchan-Howard on 06-Feb-2019 10:00:00

Insynth have been running a blog series on the upcoming SEO trends of 2019 that your construction marketing team need to embrace in order to succeed in the Google rankings.

In this final instalment, we’ll be exploring image search. This developing search method allows users to carry out organic search using there camera.

For SEO professionals in the building products sector, this is a game changer for how you’ll carry out your construction marketing strategies.

Read on to find out more…

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Construction Marketing Strategy: The SEO Trends You Need To Know In 2019 - Part 2

By Abby Buchan-Howard on 04-Feb-2019 10:00:00

In this 3 part series on the upcoming SEO trends that you need to know in 2019, we’re looking at the most important factors that you need to consider when applying your SEO strategy for construction marketing.

In this second instalment, we’ll be exploring how you can leverage your SEO strategy to showcase your building product’s company

Read on to find out more…

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Construction Marketing Goals For 2019

By Abby Buchan-Howard on 28-Jan-2019 10:04:28

It’s a new year! It’s time to take a step back, review how the last year has gone for your building products company and begin to put together your new goals for your team to strive towards.

Choosing the right marketing goals for your business ensures that your teams are working towards achievable, realistic targets that will help drive growth for the company as a whole.

Insynth have been blogging about some of the best construction marketing goals that you can you include in your strategy for 2019 and how they can help you to grow and thrive in the new year!

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Insynth Team Grows To Meet Demand For Content Marketing

By Olivia Atkinson on 10-Jan-2019 17:00:11

Building product companies are continuing to see positive results from content marketing.  To meet demand for their inbound marketing services, Insynth’s team has expanded with the introduction of a new Digital Content Marketer.

As the only HubSpot certified agency to major on construction marketing, Insynth is leading the way with the latest inbound marketing techniques.

Read on to find out who’s joined the team…

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New Year New Goals: What Are Your Construction Marketing Objectives For 2019?

By Abby Buchan-Howard on 09-Jan-2019 16:39:35

Welcome to 2019! Happy new year from everybody here at Insynth!

With the new year upon us, it’s time to start thinking about what your construction marketing objectives will be in 2019. Do you want to see growth? More leads?

Whatever your goals for 2019, it’s vital that you identify the right objectives for your business that are realistic and deliverable, maybe even beatable, to give your building products company the best chance of success this year!

Read on to find out more…

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Readability Ranks: The Score You Didn't Know You Needed

By Abby Buchan-Howard on 21-Nov-2018 12:17:28

Google is always looking for good content. It wants to give the user the best experience and puts the best content at the top.

Content that’s easy to read is useful to the reader. It’s more likely to be on page one of Google and has a higher chance of being found online.

One of the best ways to do this is to write content for a wide audience.

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Are You A Storyteller Or An Opera Singer?

By Abby Buchan-Howard on 07-Nov-2018 11:00:00

Are you a storyteller or an opera singer?

This might seem like a strange question but stick with us.

Here are Insynth, we’ve been learning about content writing, and how working in the style of either an opera singer or a storyteller can impact on the reader’s perception of you.  

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Creating Short Forms For Lead Generation

By Charlotte McCormac on 05-Nov-2018 13:30:00

When researching or shopping for building products online, we’re often faced with sign-up forms: Sign up to learn more, to access downloads, to create an account that will make your shopping experience easier.

Sometimes these forms are simple: they take seconds to complete because they’re short, clear and user-friendly.

Other times, they require information that we don’t know off the top of our heads, we’re not sure exactly what certain forms are asking for, or they’re just so long that we don’t have time to complete them.

This is when we revert back to the Google homepage and look elsewhere.

People don’t like parting with their personal information at the best of times, and if your forms ask for too much too early in the buyer’s journey, your website visitors are likely to find what they’re looking for on a different website.

This leaves you with limited leads, limited customers and essentially, limited sales.

But, with short forms, your conversion rates will soar.

Let’s think carefully about what information you really need from your website visitors when they first sign up for something on your building products website.

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What Google Looks For When Ranking Your Website

By Charlotte McCormac on 01-Nov-2018 09:41:00

 

The websites ranked at the top of Google listings are the sites that Google deems most relevant and trustworthy for search enquiries.

If your website ranks below the first few results, visitors are unlikely to click through to your page – and if you’re not on the first page of results, you can pretty much guarantee that no-one will scroll far enough to find you.

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