January brings further increases
The Cooling Post has shown a further dramatic rise in visitor activity, with the first month of 2016 returning a 30% increase on December.
Website statistics reveal that the Cooling Post was visited nearly 25,000 times in January, with 16,000+ individuals viewing over 45,000 pages. This is a virtual 100% increase on 12 months ago, and continues the Cooling Post’s record of achieving a doubling of growth year-on-year.
Commenting on another astounding set of statistics, Cooling Post editor Neil Everitt, “There is still huge potential to grow these figures even further. In reality, the Cooling Post is still one of the industry’s best kept secrets, and I’m confident we can again double our current figures – but not necessarily in the next 12 months!”
Book your advertising space now
The increasing popularity of the website as a source of air conditioning and refrigeration news and information is reflected in the advertising support the website has attracted. This has resulted in around 75% of the available space already taken for 2016. In addition, the twice-weekly email Newsletter is around 60% booked for the remainder of this year.
“Of course, we can only continue with the support of the industry and it is gratifying that so many influential and far-sighted companies have seen the value in advertising within our pages,” Everitt said.
“There really are only a few spaces available for the remainder of this year. So, if you are planning any launches or promotions in the next few months – particularly with Chillventa coming up – please get in touch as soon as possible to book your space.”
Latest news from the world of air conditioning and refrigeration
UK: Industrial refrigeration contractor Stonegrove Refrigeration has appointed Steve Gowing as design and project engineer.
UK: Javac UK, the refrigerant recovery and vacuum pump supplier, has been named as Climate Centers’ Supplier of the Year for the second year running.
UK: Ruskin Air Management has been renamed Swegon Air Management following its acquisition by the Swedish manufacturer Swegon.
SWEDEN: Heat exchanger manufacturer SWEP is to close its manufacturing plant in Tentlingen, Switzerland, moving production to factories in Slovakia and Sweden.
BELGIUM: Daikin Europe’s factory in the Czech Republic has joined the group’s factory in Ostend by becoming certified to the BRE’s responsible sourcing standard.
USA: Parker Hannifin and Daikin were the big winners in a unique competition designed to raise the level of awareness of the HVACR industry both in school and government.
DENMARK: Refrigeration wholesaler Beijer Ref has merged two of its Danish companies to form Aircon Teknik A/S.
USA: The Luvata Heat Transfer Solutions business is to be amalgamated with Modine Coils into a new Modine Commercial and Industrial Solutions division.