Visualping raises $6M to bolster services targeting businesses using its web monitoring tools

Serge Salager, CEO and founder of Visualping. (Visualping Photo)

New funding: Web monitoring service Visualping has raised a second $6 million seed round. In March, the startup raised $2 million. Total funding for the Vancouver, B.C.-based company, which launched in 2017, is now $8.5 million. It expects to exceed 2 million users this fall.

Ramping up business: Visualping searches online content and notifies users when there are changes on sites. The service got a bump in the past year when people were hunting for COVID-19 vaccines. Other consumer uses include searches for home and job listings, and monitoring social media.

Businesses use it for surveying competitors, watching for changes in laws and trading applications, news gathering, tracking contacts for sales, and web database maintenance. The startup is focusing more attention on business services and in the fall plans to launch Visualping for Business, which will include…

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