The report was based on data from the annual reports of publicly traded companies with year-over-year growth in 2014.
Companies in certain industries—such as SaaS and social media—tend to be big spenders on marketing and sales in relation to revenue, the analysis found.
For example, Salesforce invests 53% of revenue into sales and marketing, and Twitter invests 44%.
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