WriterZen is working to expand its product features and penetrate strategic markets in the US, UK and Australia in 2023 after it secured seed funding of $1.35 million.
Singapore’s AI-based SEO content creation software-as-a-service company hopes to further accelerate its growth next year after its recent seed funding round led venture investor Wavemaker Partners.
“Google searches are one of the most important datasets ever collected in human history, yet they are severely underutilized by brands and businesses across all industries worldwide. Our mission is to help businesses capture these untapped demands with better efficiency and higher precision,” said WriterZen CEO Daniel Nguyen.
Nguyen said he is grateful for Wavemaker’s backing, as they plan to offer more innovative solutions to the market in the coming years.
Phuong Tran, VP of Investments and Head of Vietnam at Wavemaker, said the global SEO market now stands at $52 billion and is projected to grow to $122 billion by 2028.
WriterZen hopes to capture a sizable portion of this market as it urgently addresses global clients’ need for a holistic and well-designed SEO toolset that can fuel their growth.
Founded in May 2021, WriterZen is a pioneer content SEO toolset that simplifies content lifecycle from creation to conversion in the most efficient and cost-competitive way.
Nguyen said their team will continue to invest in cutting-edge technologies, including the next generation of search engine intelligence platforms to help businesses gain data-driven insights and make more well-informed marketing decisions to optimize conversions.
They also hope to double the courses offered by its newly launched WriterZen Academy, a free e-learning platform designed specifically for digital content marketers.
WriterZen currently serves more than 12,000 customers globally, including major industry players like MediaCom from GroupM. It has also consistently been recognized as a High Performer and Leader in the SEO category of G2 2021 and 2022 Fall Reports. The software was also featured on Mashable, Venture Beat, Flipboard, and Entrepreneur.com.
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