By Sahil Patel
Boston-based YouTube marketing software startup Pixability has secured an additional $4 million in a round led by Point Judith Capital. This completes the company’s Series B financing, which totals out to $8 million.
The funds will go toward expanding Pixability’s platform for ad management and targeting on YouTube, the startup said. Additionally, Pixability will look to “rapidly grow” its sales, partnership, and business development efforts around YouTube for agencies in both domestic and international markets.
Other investors in Pixability’s Series B include Quad/Graphics, Inc. and Progress Ventures.
There have been multiple investments in the YouTube-tech space in the past couple of weeks. In addition to Pixability, platforms such as Patreon and Epoxy have pulled in funding to expand their services for creators, networks, and brands.