Hillsborough — Engagement on the Internet is the holy grail of marketing, and a Hillsborough based company that helps clients do it just raised $355,000 of a million-dollar debt and securities offering.

Daylight Digital inc., which sells community engagement software, has raised $355, 000 of a $1 million debt and securities offering, according to a regulatory filing.

Founded in 2012, the company raised $25,000 in debt at the end of 2013.

Its software is a platform for highly visual storytelling. Its clients include: the American Underground; Investors Circle; beverage startup, Mati; and many others.

Fabl is a design-driven, visual storytelling platform (SaaS) that drives content marketing, branded storytelling, contextualized commerce & social marketing for brands, publishers and agencies, accoring to trhe compny.

Fabl’s clients protect and project brand values through owned media experiences published directly into brand websites.

The company says its founders, who include Lee Buck,Taj Forer and Micheal Itkoff, have been active in contemporary art publishing and community engagement for a decade.

Advisors include Peter Bourne, executive chair at spring engage, formerly spring metrics.

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sec filing: http://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1593894/000159389416000001/xslFormDX01/primary_doc.xml