Since 2010, venture capital firms have invested an average of $9.36 million per deal and a total of $206.1 million for social media management software companies. Out of the total amount, $201 million has gone to the top ten companies, and $82 million went to the leading player in the space.
The social media management software industry is still young, as evidenced by the shortage of VC-backed companies. However, out of the ten companies in the chart below, four have already been acquired – one of them being Wildfire, which was recently acquired by Google.
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