UK Report Reveals Most Searched Car Rental Terms and Best Performing Sites

According to TravelMole, a search marketing agency in the UK, Greenlightreleased the results of its latest analysis of the best-performing sites for the most searched car rental-related terms.

The report showed that UK web users conducted 538,000 searches for car rental-related terms in April 2012. In fact, the term “car hire” made up 17% of all queries with 90,500 searches. was the most visible website in the natural search listings at 69%, followed by at 41% and then third was at 38%. Hertz, Europcar, Avis, Enterprise and other majors followed the top three slots.

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