- Project plans
- Project activities
- Legislation and standards
- Industry context
Last edited 12 Aug 2020
Why Designing Buildings Wiki should be part of your construction PR campaign
Designing Buildings Wiki provides marketers with the opportunity to connect their brand with 7.5 million construction industry users, for free. Making it an 'easy win' media channel for any construction PR campaign.
Virtually every view comes from a Google search, so the reader is in a heightened state of interest about the topic, making them more predisposed to clicking through to relevant products and services. Plus, the article will not suffer 'reader fatigue,' delivering value for the author well into the future. The site's high domain authority means that a Designing Buildings Wiki article is likely to be ranked highly by Google for a relevant search.
Self publishing your articles on Designing Buildings Wiki is straightforward and involves two steps:
- Set up a publisher profile
- Publish articles
--Simon Baxter 14:15, 01 May 2020 (BST)
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