HomePoland-StartupsWarsaw-based SEO startup Positionly raises $300K to further develop its product

Warsaw-based SEO startup Positionly raises $300K to further develop its product

Positionly, a new analytics platform for SEO, just announced that it has received $300K in a financing round with Point Nine Capital and Polish business angels. The Warsaw-based startup will use the funding to further develop its product, which allows anyone to easily track their website’s search engine positioning.

Positionly.com offers an easy-to-use, scalable SEO analytics platform that allows its users to measure SEO performance, even if they know nothing about SEO. Even though the SEO platform is brand new, Positionly has already been used by companies of all shapes and sizes, from individual entrepreneurs to small business owners to large companies. Positionly has already made big waves in the industry, with users from companies like TD Bank, Opower, ESPN and TUI already reaping the benefits of the innovative approach Positionly has taken, with almost 1,000 people signing up for the service every month.

In the near future Positionly plans to also teach users how to create well-structured, quality pages to boost website performance. This offers significant benefits and the ability to easily ramp up website performance, even for non-SEO people. From experts to beginners, Positionly offers value, insight and education.

In their drive to provide an innovative one-stop SEO analytics platform, Positionly is well on its way to launching a native mobile app for the iPhone and the iPad. The app will debut in the Apple App Store within a few weeks, and will provide even more value, convenience and power to users.

By the way: You can find out about other interesting startups from Poland in this list

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Thomas Ohr
Thomas Ohr
Thomas Ohr is the "Editor in Chief" of EU-Startups.com and started the blog in October 2010. He is excited about Europe's future, passionate about new business ideas and lives in Barcelona (Spain).

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