SF-based Clickability, a web-based content management firm, has raised an $8 million second round, led by Shasta Ventures, with participation from previous backer Convergence Partners. The company has now raised a total of $15.6 million. Clikability claims its on-demand solution enables non-technical users to manage the entire content lifecycle, from creation to website management. It recently announced a partnership with Akamai (NSDQ: AKAM) to integrate the CDN’s content acceleration services with its own products. Clickability clients include WSJ and CNN.com. The company claims to be profitable, according to Scott Raynovich, but it will use the funding to expand and ramp up its offerings. Release.