Phoenix SEO Tools, a Phoenix startup that specializes in offering free SEO services, has raised $100M in Series A funding led by Andreessen Horowitz and New Enterprise Associates.
The company, which also makes a free suite of search engine optimizer tools, was founded in 2011.
The startup is now launching a full suite of tools and services to help users understand and apply the latest SEO trends to their websites.
The company is already offering SEO services to some of the biggest names in the industry, including Google, Yahoo, Facebook, Amazon and eBay.
The aim of the company is to expand its reach to businesses across the web and to consumers, as well as to help them optimize their websites to attract visitors, and boost sales.
According to a statement from Phoenix, the company’s total revenue is estimated at $400 million in 2019.
“We are excited to continue to drive the next generation of SEO to reach new audiences,” said CEO Chris Scharf, in a statement.
“We have created tools that will help you reach a broader audience, reach new ones, and increase revenue.”
The company has raised money from a number of major investors, including Andreessen, and was recently acquired by Google.
However, Phoenix is not the only startup looking to invest in SEO.