hits 100,000 visitors in first year

  • 11 Oct 2016 – the consumer website of the Glass and Glazing Federation – is celebrating its first anniversary with an impressive array of website statistics since its launch last September including over 100,000 unique visitors and over 130,000 sessions. 

The website, which now attracts over 5,000 consumers per day, also received over 42 million page impressions and over 27 million “opportunities to view” in the consumer press in its first year. 

Since its launch, the website has delivered 9 new web sections, 7 online features (including competitions and the blog), the new Energy Savings Calculator and the latest products, news stories and brochures. is currently in the running for 8 different awards including the Construction Marketing Awards (CMA) and the G16 Awards. 

The GGF’s Director of Marketing and Communications, James Lee, commented that the organisation is hoping to double its online audience within the next year. 


Glass and Glazing Federation
40 Rushworth Street

t: 0207 939 9101

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