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New Useful Feature: Getty Images Integration Comes to RebelMouse

If you use Getty Images, you can now easily search for and upload images directly within the RebelMouse Entry Editor. Moreover, we have split the search in two: Getty Editorial and Getty Creative.

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How to Fix the Post Preview Bug Due to Connatix Video Ads

Some users have reported that when previewing a post in the Entry Editor with a Connatix video ad embedded, the video takes over the entire screen like in the following example:

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Deactivating UTM Params for Google Analytics

In all our sites, by default, we pass UTM params so you can easily track the performance of your Layout & Design tool A/B tests.
This can modify how the default groupings are shown in GA, so we understand if you want to disable this feature to customize the data is output.

The values we pass are:

UTM Source: RebelMouse

UTM Medium: RebelMouse Website

// DEFAULTS
      if(utmCampaignData) {
         utmCampaignData['campaignSource'] = utmCampaignData['campaignSource'] || 'RebelMouse';
         utmCampaignData['campaignMedium'] = utmCampaignData['campaignMedium'] || 'RebelMouse Website';
      }
      if(utmCampaignData) {
          ga('set', 'campaignName', utmCampaignData.campaignName);
          ga('set', 'campaignSource', utmCampaignData.campaignSource);
          ga('set', 'campaignMedium', utmCampaignData.campaignMedium);
          ga('

Please contact your Account Manager if you'd like this feature to be deactivated.

NEW! End of Summer 2018 Product Updates

It's almost the end of summer 2018 and we have some awesome product updates to announce! Here's what's new: scheduling posts to be unpublished, a copyright option for Facebook Instant Articles, Keywee and Parse.ly integrations for Facebook Instant Articles, parent/child relationships for sections in the dashboard, a scheduled filter for community-enabled dashboards, and a Google Search Console integration for the Entry Editor. There's a lot to unpack here, we know! So continue on below for more details on each announcement.

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SEO Tool: Set Your Site Language

The RebelMouse team has developed a new feature that lets you set a default language for your site.

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NEW! Facebook Disconnection Warning in the Entry Editor

Since Cambridge Analytica, Facebook has apparently set their token connection to last a much shorter lifespan, and so they are dropped more frequently in order to force users to re-authenticate.

That's why today we're releasing a UI update to make it easier to spot invalidated tokens.

You will now see a small message in our Social Scheduling, Social Copy, and Discovery tabs when you have a disconnected token. With this new warning feature, you can easily connect again and avoid any issues with programmed posts.

Here, you can see the warning message under Social Scheduling:

Here is the the warning message under Discovery:

And here is what it looks like under Social Copy:

We have a very clear tutorial on how to reconnect your token and renew your permissions if they have been disconnected, you can find it here.

LIVE: New View Options in the Posts Dashboard

We've recently made some changes to the posts dashboard so you can quickly view and access more posts.

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August Is Here and Our New Product Updates Are 🔥

We've got dynamic image editing, custom fields, a brand new e-commerce solution, and more in our first August 2018 product updates. Check them out below.

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How to Setup Google Search Console ​

Google Search Console is a free tool that helps you to understand and optimize your site's performance on Google's search results. When Google visits your website for tracking purposes, it performs what's called crawling and indexing, a process of adding webpages into its search results.

The console will allow you to add or remove certain content from Google's search results. The tool will also help you learn which keywords trigger your site to appear in Google's ranking, and which third-party sites are linking to yours. It also allows you to monitor your site's performance on search, including locating any errors on your pages. Here is a step-by-step guide for adding a Google Search Console to your RebelMouse website.

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NEW: Important Upgrade to Facebook's Share Feature

There's an exciting new feature live on all RebelMouse sites that makes every Facebook share more customizable. This key update allows you to edit the meta information of a Facebook post before and after publish, making it easier to manage how your content appears on the platform.

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NEW! Newsletter Integration with WhatCounts

A new day comes with a new integration!

We have now included WhatCounts in our list of API integrations, making it easier and faster to program and send newsletters in a few clicks, no need to access your provider's dashboard.

We have 3 core functionalities that you can easily set up:
  • Daily Newsletter
  • Weekly Newsletter
  • Breaking News Alert from the Entry Editor
Read the full set of features and and benefits here.

How to Add Google Forms to a Static Page

The easiest way to add forms to your RebelMouse site is to use Google Forms, which embeds right into the code of your page. Here's a step-by-step guide.

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Section Types Explained: Public, Unlisted, and Private

We've recently fixed the logic behind our Sections dashboard. We noticed that if you shared a specific article (e.g., gave somebody the direct URL to a post), the content would always be available — even if the post was located in a private section.

The idea has always been to keep the content behind private sections, well, truly private, and only available to the eyes of logged-in administrators. This ensures that you have content that's only visible to your editorial team or company staff, and that it's not crawled or indexed by Google.

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SSL Step-by-Step Instructions

This is a quick guide on how you can request a Secure Socket Layer (SSL) certificate for your site. This step is necessary for launching secure sites.

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