Study Says VCs Losing Interest in Social Media
A new study released last week that surveyed hundreds of investors around the globe showed that VCs no longer have social media fever.
The dip in confidence was more dramatic in the US than any other country, with VC’s ten percent less sure about social media than they were last year. This year’s survey took place in May and June 2013 and 35 percent of the responses came from investors in the United States.
The authors noted that there are a lot of interesting outcomes from the survey. For instance, VCs losing interest in social media mirrors the trend that the social media bubble is quietly deflating. In fact, the latest NVCA report shows that confidence is still high in social media compared to other sectors, despite the drop in confidence.
Social Media will not die out all of a sudden, and it won’t disappear anytime soon, but it’s not what VCs are looking to invest in first. CBInsights, a research company that studies VC investment trends, recently found that social media only got two percent of VC Internet funding.
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