Boost your online presence – join the Enquirer Directory

Grant Prior 1 year ago
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The Enquirer has launched a new directory for construction suppliers and buyers designed to help companies stand out online and boost traffic to their own websites.

More than 3,000 specialist contractors, manufacturers and suppliers have already signed-up to highlight everything they offer in a directory designed to be used by buyers.

Traffic to the new directory is also driven by a regularly updated news service promoting the latest stories from member companies.

The new service is the perfect place for companies to showcase what they offer in a cleanly designed and easy-to-search format.

Basic membership and listings are free.

But for an annual upgrade fee of just £250 Gold members get a whole host of extras.

These include an enhanced directory entry containing all their social media feeds plus full contact and company details.

Gold members are also first in the queue to have their latest stories considered for publication in the directory news feed with weblinks included to their main listing.

The huge Enquirer audience means a listing on the site will enhance your search engine rankings by being published on construction’s best read website.

For less than £5 a week you can have a permanent presence on the site and see your latest news published in front of an audience of potential new clients.

Setting up an account is simple and full details can be found here

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