TC&D are no ordinary construction company. They create stunning interior spaces for some of the highest profile clients around in both residential and commercial arenas. They approached us to help them build their brand online and to design and develop a brand new website with supporting printed material that reflected their stunning portfolio. We were more than happy to oblige!
With a very healthy marketing budget and grand plans, they gave us a carte blanche brief and said to go out and give them the exposure they need to attract new high profile leads in and around London.
We firstly set out to build a website that gave them the high end look they needed. Their portfolio was impressively beautiful and we understood that they needed a website that would present their work in the very best possible light, whilst appealing to the type of clients who would appreciate their attention to detail and style.
The end result was a website that focussed purely on the work, which speaks for itself. We were however, very aware that to rank high on Google, contextual content was a must. So we set about on a strategy to write great content on their own website and external blogs that discussed topics and subject matter that directly aligned with their design methodology and practices.
Over time, we built up a huge catalogue of content that was shared and posted to social media and quickly helped build their reputation, leading to new business enquiries and high profile wins on public tenders and large scale construction projects.
Our strategy proved to be a huge hit, with the site gaining a large influx of inbound link signals and referring traffic. Coupled alongside the Google Ads campaign we managed, site traffic reached impressive levels and it wasn’t long before the enquiries started coming in.
When we started, they were a small but growing commercial interior design and construction business. Today, they are a multi-million pound turnover business that has a fast growing portfolio that is the envy of the competition. And they look set to grow even more in the coming years.