Here is some good news out of Moz, they announced they are acquiring STAT Search Analytics. The overall feeling from the industry around this news is happiness. It seems this makes Moz look better after the downsizing and restructuring and people are happy for Rob and the whole STAT team.
We’re excited to join forces with @getSTAT, who share our vision of building SEO products that change the industry and our passion for helping customers with #searchmarketing! Read the #pressrelease here and stay tuned for future updates! https://t.co/ROM3ayXNLm #MozPlusSTAT pic.twitter.com/2O05L3OdHO
— Moz (@Moz) October 10, 2018
It’s official — we are so excited to announce that we’ve joined the @Moz family! We can’t wait to build the future of SERP analytics together and create SEO products that change the industry. https://t.co/WRacsayf9V #MozPlusSTAT
— STAT Search Analytics (@getSTAT) October 10, 2018
You can read STATs post on this and Moz post on this as well.
Here is some of the industry reaction:
— Greg Gifford (@GregGifford) October 10, 2018
— Jara Moser (@JaraMoser) October 10, 2018
— Anna Corbett (@AnnaAppenzeller) October 10, 2018
What a partnership! Like when Bowie joined Mercury and awesome things happeed… but no pressure 😉 💪💡🖥🔎
— Jason Kaye (@SEOkaye) October 11, 2018
Congrats you guys, we so excited for you!!!! pic.twitter.com/ilupZu8lkU
— DeepCrawl (@DeepCrawl) October 10, 2018
“We are two growing and profitable companies, both passionate about our shared vision and values. Together we can better serve our customers, and when they succeed, we succeed,” said CEO Sarah Bird. “Moz and STAT together provide a massive breadth of high-quality, actionable data and insights for marketers. Combining Moz’s keyword and link research tools with STAT’s daily rankings and SERP analytics, we have the most robust organic search solution in the industry.”
“The STAT team has an immense amount of respect and admiration for Moz and I have personally looked to Moz, specifically for its culture of innovation and transparency, as a company to emulate over the years,” said Bucci. “Joining together puts us in a stronger position to build the future both faster and better than before, and create search solutions that will change the industry.”
Forum discussion at Twitter.