NEW YORK, NY, Service that lets users create a site based on their social updates, has raised $10.25 million in its first institutional round.
RebelMouse, a service that lets users create a site based on their social updates, has just announced a $10.25 million capital raise in its first institutional round. The funding was led by Oak Investment Partners, with participation from Japanese mobile powerhouse SoftBank, Sterling Investment Partners, and Buddy Media founder Michael Lazerow.
RebelMouse is a service launched in 2012, allowing users to pull their content together from across social networks, and create a social landing page as their web site.
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