Carhire.co.uk 2012 site metrics continue to improve in June as visitors search for cheap car hire

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Cheap car hire comparison site, http://www.carhire.co.uk details improving website traffic metrics with June 2012 continuing the recent trends seen since March.

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typically it’s the Spanish resorts and Uk rental locations which perform well but both Turkey car hire and Ibiza car hire were well searched keywords over the past month

One of the webs leading cheap car hire comparison site carhire.co.uk advises it has continued its recent trend on improving visitor statics month on month since March 2012. The rental site experienced its highest number of page views for one month in June narrowly exceeding numbers seen in June 2009.

A spokesmen for the company commented: “we are pleased the site continues to perform well although this is always expected as the busier summer months approach. We are delighted to have received the highest number of page views the site has received in one month in June and we are hoping July and August can continue this trend before the quieter winter period begins.”

“Overall the month was steady throughout although Monday 18th June showed as the most popular day with visitor numbers peaking. Once again the sites bounce rate was down for the month although by only 0.3% on the total May percentage.”

Carhire.co.uk uses Google Analytics to track web site traffic and user data. From this data they can detail metrics such as site visitor numbers, page bounce rate and traffic sources. When quizzed with regards to the popular search terms used throughout June, the rental supplier advised: “typically it’s the Spanish resorts and Uk rental locations which perform well but both Turkey car hire and Ibiza car hire were well searched keywords over the past month.”

Carhire.co.uk is an online vehicle rental provider comparing prices from a number of car hire suppliers and agencies worldwide.

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