INBOUND 2018: What Could You Learn?

By Charlotte McCormac on 14-Sep-2018 13:44:19

As 3 of over 24,000 attendees from just one of 110 countries involved, Insynth travelled to the USA for the 2018 INBOUND conference: three days of keynote and breakout sessions, brimming with learning, inspiration and connection.

Hosted by HubSpot, the Inbound sessions covered everything from content tricks, to SEO techniques, to the neuroscience of engagement.

We're ready to offer the secrets uncovered at the conference for our clients. 

Below, you'll find links to our live-blogs of sessions that will help you to meet your marketing goals.

Each category of Inbound sessions brings a wealth of new, inspirational tips that are designed to help your building products company grow better.

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Live @ #INBOUND18: Is The Keyword Dead? The New Role Of Intent In SEO And Content Marketing Success

By Charlotte McCormac on 07-Sep-2018 18:27:46

With the rise of voice search and evolving Google algorithms, many are beginning to question whether keywords are still important in the modern world.

Since one piece of content can rank for a range of keywords, the focus is on quality, not quantity. The focus should no longer be on keywords, but on key topics.

Here's how you can keep your keyword research and SEO strategies alive in the context of modern search.

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Live @ #INBOUND18: Google Snippets and SEO - How a Tiny Piece of Content Is Radicalising The SEO Game

By Charlotte McCormac on 06-Sep-2018 16:10:48

'Create content that deserves to rank' - Adam Piotrowski.

When people search online, they're looking for quick answers. 

They don't want to scroll for information.

When there isn't a featured snippet, searchers may look at the first few results. But featured snippets take up the same room as around 3 search results, so viewers are unlikely to scroll any further when one appears at the top of their page.

Featured snippets currently only appear in around 12.2% of search results, and when there is a featured snippet, only 19.6% of people will click on results beneath the snippet.

This means that there's plenty of room to win featured snippets, and when you do your website traffic will soar.

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Follow These 8 Practices To Improve Your Construction Content Marketing

By Charlotte McCormac on 20-Jun-2018 16:18:09

Now that we are 6 months into the year 2018, how well is your construction content marketing performing?  How are your content marketing campaigns coming along?  It's tragically common for advertisers and business visionaries to set far-reaching New Year's resolutions, only to see their motivation and exertion slack a couple of months later.

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Construction Marketing Strategy: Does Your Brand Matter Anymore?

By Leigh Simpson on 03-May-2018 19:19:13

As the way that building professionals research products and services changes, it is only right to consider the relevance of brand building in your construction marketing strategy.

So, why do why brands exist, what is their role in the decision-making process and what will be their future value as they come under increased pressure from search, artificial intelligence (AI) and digital marketing?

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How To Turn Your Building Products Website Into A Sales Lead Machine

By Leigh Simpson on 24-Apr-2018 10:26:16

The main observation from the vast majority of our site audits is that most building product websites are only designed to be an online catalogue or a brochure website.

Building product manufacturers are missing a golden opportunity to turn their websites into sales lead generation engines which provide their sales teams with regular high quality enquiries.

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How to Improve Google Rankings For Building Products

By Leigh Simpson on 22-Jan-2018 10:15:00

 

Research shows that 90% of people don't go beyond the 1st page on Google, and about 34% of searchers click on the number 1 result.  This shows that Search Engine Optimisation SEO is something that you really must take seriously if you want your building products to be found on the internet by your target market.

If you're not on page one for the keywords that matter to your business then you will be feeding on scraps or forced in the online auction that is pay-per-click (PPC) advertising, trying to outbid the other also-rans for the top spot in the ads.

So how do you get to number 1?  Here is a quick guide to bagging the top spot and being seen by your ideal customers.

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