Minneapolis seo web designer, minneapolis seot company to file for bankruptcy, filings say
A Minneapolis-based seo website company is filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in Minnesota, the Minnesota Securities Exchange Commission said Friday.
The Minnesota Securities Commission said the company, called SeoWeb, has filed for Chapter 9 protection in the state and plans to file a Chapter 11 filing in Minnesota in the next 30 days.
It did not disclose the value of the company’s assets.
SeoWeb was founded in 2011 by Minneapolis-born designer John Giannini.
The company was founded by Gianninai and former Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak, who sold the company in 2015.
In addition to Giannino, the company has other founders including Kevin Fung, a partner in the Chicago-based SeoGroup, and Daniel J. Zalensky, a Minneapolis-area native who started his own seo business in the city in 2015, according to its website.
It was unclear how many people are at the company.
The Minneapolis-St. Paul region was the first to recognize Seo Web as a seo-based company.
In 2014, Minnesota became the first state in the nation to legalize seo companies.
In 2015, Minnesota’s Legislature passed a bill that allows seo websites to operate.
Seot, a company that bills itself as the world’s largest seo platform, is one of the largest and oldest online businesses in the United States.
Seos web site offers a wide range of online products and services.
The company says it has more than 60,000 customers in more than 100 countries.