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In just five years, Designing Buildings Wiki has grown into the no.1 free to view construction industry knowledge base, encouraging the open sharing of knowledge and best practice.
With over 200,000 views a week Designing Buildings Wiki is also now a significant media channel offering companies the opportunity to connect their PR and marketing messages with our construction industry audience.
You can set up a profile and publish articles on construction industry topics, products and services for free, making it a 'no brainer' as part of any PR campaign. You can then increase the article circulation with our low cost 'featured article' promotions and draw readers over to your own content and data capture with call to action MPUs (current click though rate 0.1%).
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For more information and to find out how you can connect your PR and marketing messages please contact Simon Baxter at [email protected] or ring Simon on 01243 389071 / 07753600031.
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