GoDaddy Buys M.dot, A Mobile Website-Building App, To Push Its Mobile And Freemium Businesses | TechCrunch
Rohit Khare stashed this in Startups
[I imagine the real exit financials will be buried in GoDaddy's S-1 in a few years :) ]
First arriving in Silicon Valley from Europe in hopes of getting into Y Combinator — it didn’t make the cut in an April 2012 interview — M.dot opened for business in June 2012. Between then and October 2012 M.dot found funding from investors including Floodgate, SV Angel, Emergence Capital partner Sean Jacobsohn, San Francisco 49ers football star-turned-investor Harris Barton and Archimedes Labs, where TechCrunch co-founder Keith Teare is a partner. M.dot had raised some $700,000 in seed funding.