Birmingham Company Takes International Holiday Home Market by Storm

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With more and more people buying holiday homes, and even more people seeking to escape the package holiday and arranging independent holidays, leading Birmingham web design company, Pin Digital, are now reaping the benefits of foresight! Over 12 months ago, Pin Digital directors, Steve Noctor and Heather Codd, decided to add a new dimension to their highly successful web company, when they set up http://www.click4holidayhomes.com. Click4holidayhomes.com has already been independently ranked in the top 1% of the most popular websites on the Internet by Alexa, the website traffic rankings company owned by Amazon.com, adding yet further proof that this website is set to become a huge online success story.

With more and more people buying holiday homes, and even more people seeking to escape the package holiday and arranging independent holidays, leading Birmingham web design company, Pin Digital, are now reaping the benefits of foresight!

Over 12 months ago, Pin Digital directors, Steve Noctor and Heather Codd, decided to add a new dimension to their highly successful web company, when they set up http://www.click4holidayhomes.com. “For the past seven years we have been designing and building corporate and retail websites for hundreds of clients so setting up our own holiday home website seemed the obvious thing to do, given our backgrounds”

Steve’s background is in internet consulting, he has worked with companies including: Balfour Beatty Rail, Warwickshire County Council, The NHS, Deutsche Post and Univar. Before her appointment at Pin Digital, Heather had over five years experience in the hospitality industry.

Both directors have friends and relatives who own holiday homes abroad, and although the trend to buy abroad is still rocketing, Steve and Heather decided to invest their money and time here in the UK, helping thousands of holiday home owners to achieve maximum rentals.

“We’ve often been tempted to buy something abroad particularly when we see the bookings rolling in for the home-owners on click4holidayhomes.com, but we decided to stick with what we know we do best, supporting businesses through the web. “

One advertiser has been with click4holidayhomes.com since July. Laurence Lavigne said: “I am very pleased with the results. As a holiday home owner, I found it very easy to amend property details and the feature on visit statistics is useful. Every client booking through http://www.click4holidayhomes.com has been impressed with how clear and well organised the site is.”

Since the site has gone live Steve and Heather have had constant positive feedback on its ease of use. One advertiser, who has previously used competitors’ sites, said “Click4holidayhomes.com has the easiest rental rates section I have ever come across.”

Rosie who owns two properties abroad said, “I have just added the details of our apartments in Cyprus and Switzerland. It was so easy and quick to do! Very user friendly, it updated immediately and there was no need to worry about the size of my pictures. If the responsiveness of future guests is as good as the site, I'll be full in no time!”

Heather and Steve put the positive feedback they have received down to research and experience. “We knew what we wanted to achieve but most of all we knew what we didn’t like”.

The number of visitors to the website and the number of page views have grown significantly month on month since the launch of click4holidayhomes.com, as too has the number of property owners advertising on the website.

The website is steadily creeping up the search engine rankings, it is growing at a rate of well over 100 new properties per month and enquiries to property owners are also increasing dramatically.

Click4holidayhomes.com has already been independently ranked in the top 1% of the most popular websites on the Internet by Alexa, the website traffic rankings company owned by Amazon.com, adding yet further proof that this website is set to become a huge online success story.

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