DeepCrawl, a London startup that has constructed a cloud-based search engine optimisation platform, has secured $19 million in a Sequence B funding spherical led by Kansas Metropolis, US-based 5 Elms Capital and joined by prior backer Beringea. In complete, the corporate has now raised near $26 million.
The contemporary money will probably be used primarily for R&D and investing in gross sales and advertising to drive higher market penetration within the US, the place the corporate opened its first workplace in 2017.
The corporate counts IKEA, Shopify, Publicis and Nestle among the many prospects for its technical search engine optimisation platform, which is geared extra in the direction of large manufacturers and firms than most of its rivals.
DeepCrawl says its net crawling instrument provides entrepreneurs and search engine optimisation consultants actionable data-driven insights to determine and repair technical points, improve their web sites’ visibility, and finally achieve extra natural site visitors and income.
Michal Magdziarz, CEO of DeepCrawl, says:
“We’re excited to boost this spherical of funding within the U.S. as 60% of our income comes from North America. With elevated user-generated content material and frequent code releases, web sites are extra dynamic than ever earlier than and it takes only one incorrect code enter to see site visitors plummet. This funding spherical will assist us to proceed increasing our options by specializing in integrating key search engine optimisation stakeholders: advertising and engineering groups.”