Construction Marketing Strategy: Outsourcing Your Content Creation

By Rich Newsome on 09-Jan-2020 09:15:00

There are so many opportunities to make your building products and construction website a content-rich beacon of information.

Our industry is full of content opportunities. Whether it’s BIM objects, technical specifications or product information, there's a lot of accessible information for our audience of architects, contractors and designers.

But, in the building products and construction industry, there’s an overlooked and neglected facet of content…

And it’s blogging.

A series of keyword-rich blogs can have the ability to drive substantial traffic to your website, increasing specification potential and placing you ahead of your competition.

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Life Lessons From My Sales Bootcamp Experience

By Will Morris on 24-Dec-2019 10:09:00

My Dublin visit to the HubSpot head offices was over. My brain felt comfortably loaded with the wealth of knowledge and training that I had undertaken.

Dan Tire, ‘The Boom Man’ as he is so affectionately known, had excelled himself. It had been a pleasure to be in the company of the individuals I admire most within the sales world.

As I sat in the window seat of Ryanair’s Boeing 737-800 aircraft, I wondered if this was how Bruce Lee felt when he first met IP Man.

It was fun. We worked hard.

But I knew the hard work had only just begun.

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Construction Marketing Strategy: Insynth’s Free Resources 2019

By Rich Newsome on 18-Dec-2019 10:30:00

As an inbound marketing agency that specialises in the building products and construction industry, one of our main aims is to educate our audience. Part of the ‘education’ process involves producing high-quality, free resources aimed at up-skilling your front-facing teams.

The resources that we’ve produced this year will be shared in this post.

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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.  

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Tales From The Oldskool Salesman: Embracing Change

By Will Morris on 30-Oct-2019 16:22:22

It was Autumn 2016. I was sat outside my CEO’s office awaiting the annual meeting to discuss next year’s targets.

All these thoughts were running through my head:

“Will we have new products?”

“Will I be able to hire the two new guys needed for my Sales team?”

“Have we achieved enough this financial year?”

 

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Measuring Your Building Products Brand’s Email Efforts

By Rich Newsome on 16-Oct-2019 11:41:33

As with every aspect of digital marketing, you need a process for tracking and measuring important metrics, and this is most definitely the case for your email marketing. After all, email continues to be one of the most important and effective marketing tactics.

We’ll aim to cover some of the key email metrics you should consider measuring. Bear in mind, however, that you’ll be measuring different metrics based on your individual goals.

And, of course, your goals will vary with your building products company over time.

Take note, because your sales team, managers and directors will want figures, return and results.

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Planning A Framework For Content Creation In 6 Steps

By Rich Newsome on 20-Jun-2019 12:45:47

Let’s say you’re at the start of your journey when it comes to content creation and you’re wondering where to begin.

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What Is Content Marketing In The Building Products Industry?

By Rich Newsome on 12-Jun-2019 15:45:07

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 
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What Is Lead Nurturing?

By Olivia Atkinson on 30-May-2019 15:30:09

Lead nurturing is the purposeful process of engaging a defined target group by providing relevant information at each stage of the buyer's journey. It focuses on marketing and communication efforts to listen to prospects, and provide valuable information and answers.

Effectively you’re guiding prospects to eventually purchase from you, but in a way that is helpful and not sales driven. The more a lead is nurtured, the more knowledgeable they become about your specific product.

This ultimately creates a more qualified lead, ensuring the sales team only get involved when the lead is ready to purchase.

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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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