'They're too limited as a brand by the confines of a Facebook Page': A startup backed by Marc Benioff raised a bunch of new money to bring branded websites back from the dead
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Brandcast has raised $18 million in Series A funding to build out technology that lets marketers build and edit websites quickly.

CEO Richard Yanowitch says that he's seeing a switch from brands pumping out content for social media to publishing websites.

Marc Benioff, Shasta Ventures, and Affinity Group are backing the San Francisco-based startup.

Websites aren't dead.

Even as more web distribution moves to social platforms, San Francisco-based Brandcast is betting big on websites. The firm...

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