iproperty.com.my, the Malaysian offering of the iproperty.com Group portals, has been declared the country’s top property portal by Google Ad Planner.
A statement released by the iproperty.com Group says that iproperty.com.my leads the pack in Malaysia with over 300% more unique visitors and 1750% more page views than its closest competitor.
Google Ad Planner is a research and media planning tool, which provides advertisers with a method of measuring their media audience and return on investment (ROI). The company says that Google Ad Planner’s acknowledgment follows similar confirmations by ComScore, Frost & Sullivan and alexa.com ranking the site as the country’s leading property portal.
Executive Chairman of IPGA Limited, Patrick Grove says: “iproperty.com Malaysia remains the leading real estate website for consumers because we deliver the freshest, largest and most comprehensive online collection of listings, on top of a host of good quality services. This is a notable achievement, especially within the competitive environment in which our portal operates in.”
Grove believes that the recognition reinforces the Internet’s power as an increasingly preferred medium for property hunters. “We are very grateful and would like to thank our users, both clients and consumers, for their votes of confidence in our content and services through their traffic counts which have made us the No. 1 property portal in Malaysia,” he says.
iproperty.com’s latest new site enhancements include the SMS Enquiry, Listing Search Algorithm and Search by Map.
The company also recently launched iluxuryasia.com property website and glossy magazine.
The iproperty.com Group is owned by IPGA Limited, listed on the Australian Stock Exchange as IPP. The Company currently operates consumer and business online property portals in Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Taiwan, India and the Philippines. With further expansion planned, IPGA is continuously working to capitalise on its market-leading positions and the rapidly growing online property advertising market throughout the region.