Insurance Web Content Marketing

By Jason Hulott | Uncategorized

Are you looking for ways to get more traffic and sales from your website?

Do you want to diversify your traffic sources to help insure again Google issues?

Then the one thing you need to be doing consistently is adding content. In this article, I am going to share with you both ideas for the content you should be adding to your site and also other places you can be adding content to help drive traffic.

Types of Content

Here are a few ideas of the types of content you can be adding to your site.

  • Site Articles
  • Detailed Guides
  • Blog Posts
  • Knowledge bank / FAQs
  • Video
  • Podcasts / Audio
  • Images – Infographics / Photos

Content should be useful to the user and informative. Yes, you should look at keywords and making it Google friendly but don’t stress too much with this. It is more about adding relevant quality content that engages readers.

Once you have chosen the types of content you are going to add, then create a content plan for at least 6 months. Insurance content marketing is about consistency.

That said, simply creating content is not enough and it is the next steps that differentiate the successful from the not so…


As well as creating content you need to share and place it on sites and platforms where your audience hang out. By creating your content plan and then looking to incorporate some kind of distribution activity, this will give your content much more chance of working hard for you.

But where can we distribute our content

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Here are a few ideas…

  • social media – you can add links to your Facebook, or Twitter feed. You can then pay a small amount to have them boosted (advertised to relevant people). You can add links in relevant groups on Facebook or LinkedIn;
  • email – you can add links to your new content and send it out is a monthly newsletter;
  • video content – set up accounts at Vimeo or Youtube and upload the video there. Also don’t forget to include adding the video to Facebook;
  • image content – setup account at Pinterest or Instagram and add images there.


As you can see, there are lots of things you can do to not only add content, but also promote it. Building this in to your marketing plan will help you drive much more traffic to your site at a lower cost over the long term than simply buying it in via pay per click

If you are looking to add more content to your site but simply don’t have the time but see the importance, why not get in touch? We specialise in insurance web content marketing for all budgets and client types.


About the Author

Jason Hulott is Business Development Director at Digital Marketing Specialists, Speedie Consultants. He is Google Partner certified. His role is to identify and implement traffic generating and revenue increasing ideas for our client base.