MarryAbroad.co.uk celebrates 30% more site visitors year-on-year

And firm delivers 600 wedding enquiries so far this year to overseas planners and venues.
THURCASTON, England - Oct. 14, 2015 - PRLog -- Destination wedding website MarryAbroad.co.uk is celebrating this October, having recorded 30% more website visits in total so far for 2015, compared to 2014.

MarryAbroad promotes venues and planners worldwide to engaged couples, who are then free to make direct wedding enquiries.

And wedding enquires from the site to MarryAbroad’s members have escalated year-on-year, with a total of 600 delivered so far in 2015 - a record-breaking amount of leads for the company in its nine-year history. MarryAbroad delivered 570 wedding enquiries to its members during 2014.

The original info-site for couples wishing to get hitched overseas, has also witnessed an increase of 28% total page views, year-on-year.

The site also promotes planners and venues through their wedding offers page, MarryAbroad Exclusive, with special deals on short- and long-haul packages.

Who marries abroad?
In terms of who is most-interested in booking a destination wedding, the majority of MarryAbroad’s visitors are aged between 25-34, with 69% being women.

Site Co-Founder, Steph Bishop, states: “We are delighted our site visitor numbers have increased by almost a third, year-on-year, and that we have already exceeded our wedding enquiry level from last year. This proves that our members receive a sound return on investment, with many having been with us for several years, and our planners and venues regularly attract new enquiries.

“Whilst we find our website attracts the highest number of visitors from the UK, we are also seeing a surge in US visitors year-on-year, suggesting the US market for destination weddings is on the up.”

Overseas planners and venues wishing to grow their wedding businesses can join MarryAbroad here http://www.marryabroad.co.uk/membership.shtml.

Contact
Steph Bishop
***@marryabroad.co.uk
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