Argyle Social

    • Founded: 2009
    • Ceased Operations: 2014

What did Argyle Social do?

Argyle Social was a social media marketing tool that helped businesses to improve their social media engagement and lead generation. It offered a variety of features, including social media scheduling, analytics, and reporting. Argyle Social was a popular tool for businesses of all sizes. It was easy to use and offered a variety of features that helped businesses to improve their social media presence.
Argyle Social was acquired by Gravity4 in 2014. Argyle Social raised a total of $1.57 million in funding from two investors: Madison River Ventures and IDEA Fund Partners.

Who started Argyle Social?

Founders Adam Covati and Matt Weppler

Why did Argyle Social go out of business?

Argyle Social faced stiff competition from larger companies, such as Hootsuite and Radian6. The social media landscape was changing rapidly at the time, and Argyle Social struggled to keep up with the changes. The company’s platform was not as user-friendly as some of its competitors, and it did not offer as many features.
Argyle Social was unable to raise enough funding to sustain its operations. As a result of these factors, Argyle Social was forced to shut down its operations in 2014.

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