Articles by Krishna Rao
Krishna is PR & Communications Manager at Greenlight. To contact the press office, call +44 0(20) 3326 6232 or email [email protected]
By Krishna Rao | 23 December 2013 |
60% of the 3.3 million UK consumer online searches for hotels made a month ahead of the festive season were for lodgings domestically, reveals analysis of the latest quarterly search intelligence for the sector from Greenlight.
By Krishna Rao | 20 December 2013 |
UK airports are braced for an estimated surge of four million people who will be heading abroad for the festive season. However, analysis of the latest holiday-related search data from Greenlight shows quarter-on-quarter web searches for vacations dropped 31%, with short-haul destinations taking the biggest hit.
By Krishna Rao | 18 December 2013 |
Christmas is just around the bend and analysis of the latest automotive search data from Greenlight reveals Porsche and Jaguar have raced Toyota and Citroen off the track to become two of the ten most popular car brands that UK consumers have been eyeing up, online.
By Krishna Rao | 04 December 2013 |
Quarterly analysis of the latest consumer online search data for energy from Greenlight, shows price comparison-related queries rose 29% on July levels, as the first of successive fuel price hike announcements from the big six energy companies kicked off in October.
Greenlight Partners with Mortgage27 to Deliver Analysis of Online Search Behaviour in the Mortgage Market
By Krishna Rao | 26 November 2013 |
Greenlight is delighted to announce a partnership with Mortgage27, to provide, via subscription to the companies’ Mortgage Market Intelligence Reports, a detailed monthly analysis of online search behaviour relating specifically to the mortgage sector
By Krishna Rao | 21 November 2013 |
Consumers going online to look up personal finance products in October searched mostly for loans, mortgages and credit cards, shows the latest search data from Greenlight.
By Krishna Rao | 13 November 2013 |
A third of new relationships begin online and on average, nine million Britons log on to dating sites in their quest to find a significant other, an industry which research firm Mintel estimates will be worth £150 million by 2014.