5 Reasons Why Your Building Products Site Isn’t Showing Up On Google

By Rich Newsome on 23-Jan-2020 14:00:01

There’s nothing more frustrating than your website not showing up on Google when you type in a particular keyword.

You spend so much time improving your website’s content; you’ve got an attractive website; you’re promoting your brand in the best light.

Yet, when you’re sat there, ready to rake in all the traffic…

Nothing happens. No increase. No ROI.

For construction marketers who are new to digital marketing, this can be disheartening. Fear not, however. There could be one of five reasons why you’re not finding your building products website on Google. This post aims to identify them.

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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.

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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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Construction Marketing Strategy: New Year, New Me, New….MSPOT?

By Rich Newsome on 02-Jan-2020 12:32:00

You planned too much for 2019. There were specifications you didn’t get, money you didn’t make and goals you didn’t accomplish. Sound familiar?

In many cases, we find that this is largely down to a lack of strategy and focus.

So, why not kick-start 2020 with a new source of inspiration that creates focus and alignment for your team.

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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: Segmentation Analysis

By Olivia Atkinson on 05-Dec-2019 16:27:46

Segmentation is often described as a foundational piece; a cornerstone of any marketing strategy.

Correctly segmenting your market can draw focus to where your sales efforts will have the best return. We take a deeper look into segmentation, why it’s important and how many segments you should have.

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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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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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Automating Emails For Your Building Products Company

By Rich Newsome on 01-Oct-2019 13:00:00

As a building products manufacturer, you’ll undoubtably be looking for ways to save time. Enter: email marketing automation. Streamlining set features on autopilot ensures that your business stays relevant and your brand stays at the front of your architects’, specifiers’ and contractors’ minds.

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Live @Inbound2019  - Don't Just Create Content, Create Experiences!

By Rich Newsome on 06-Sep-2019 15:38:14

Dan’s LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dangingiss/

Dan’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/dgingiss

Dan's 20-year career has consistently focused on delighting customers, spanning multiple disciplines including digital customer experience, marketing, social media and customer service. He has held leadership positions at three Fortune 300 companies – Discover, Humana and McDonald’s.

Dan is the author of the book, ‘Winning at Social Customer Care: How Top Brands Create Engaging Experiences on Social Media’, a host of the Experience This! podcast and a regular contributor to Forbes. He is a recognized thought leader:

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Insynth @INBOUND19 - How To Grow (Your Organic Traffic) Better

By Rich Newsome on 04-Sep-2019 19:56:06

Victor’s LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/victorpan/

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Why Education Is Important To Your Construction Marketing Strategy

By Olivia Atkinson on 22-Aug-2019 17:25:30

Training within your marketing team is just as important to how you educate your prospects and leads. To ensure you provide the best service you need to be in the know and up to date with the latest trends.

As technology advances all the time the key is to be aware of the opportunities available. This is to ensure that when the time comes for your services to advance you’re already aware of how it works.

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