Catch today announced that the number of visitors to Infolink (http://www.infolink.com.au/), a leading online directory for Australian businesses in the architecture, building construction, and design industries, increased by 72% in the period October 2007 to October 2008. Overall Infolink pages viewed increased by 86% in the same period.
“Infolink has recorded outstanding growth over the past twelve months,” said Simone Colless, Managing Director of Catch. “The strong increases in page views and visitors really underscore just how valuable the site has become to those in the building construction, architecture, and design sectors, as well as to those who have a need or interest in doing business within these sectors”.
Infolink, which provides contact details, web links, and product information for more than 10,000 companies across 17,000 different product areas, saw page views jump from just over 1.08 million in October 2007 to more than 2.01 million in October 2008. Importantly it also saw unique visitor numbers grow from 399,942 to 690,755 in the same period.
“We have a number of improvements based on user feedback set to be rolled out to the site and weekly newsletter over the next quarter,” Colless said. “Infolink is certainly well positioned to continue its healthy success”.
About Infolink and Catch
Infolink, a free online directory for Australian businesses in the architecture, building construction and design industries, provides a comprehensive central online source for the latest architectural, design, and construction product and company updates, and provides a variety of advertising opportunities (http://www.infolink.com.au/advertise.aspx).
Infolink is owned and managed by Catch, a specialist online publisher. Catch also manages a growing portfolio of business-to-business and business-to consumer websites, including global business directory Hotfrog; Ferret, Australia’s most visited site in the Manufacturing and Industrial Category; Fatcow, Australia’s online farming and agricultural products and services information resource and GoHospitality, the leading free online directory for Australian businesses in the hospitality industry.