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How to Add Ads.txt to Your Site

What Is Ads.txt?

Ads.txt stands for "Authorized Digital Sellers," and is a simple, flexible, and secure method that publishers and distributors can use to publicly declare the companies they authorize to sell their digital inventory. The mission of the ads.txt project is straightforward: increase transparency in the programmatic advertising ecosystem. You can find more information on ads.txt here.

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How to Anchor a Link to a Specific Assembler Particle (Listicle Item)

You can now hyperlink to a specific particle within your article. Check out an example here.

Here's How It Works

Each item/particle created in the Entry Editor is automatically allocated an id called rebelltitem$:

In the 7x7 example above, they wanted to link a snippet of text to particle #5 on their list:

Here's How to Implement It

  1. Select the text snippet you want to link.
  2. Enclose the text inside of an <a href> tag. It needs to look like this: <a href="rebelltitem$">TEXT YOU WANT TO LINK</a>

To find the correct ID, you can either physically count to the item, or you can search for it in the HTML of your post.

How to Link to a Specific Particle in the Post URL

This feature allows you to hyperlink a specific particle in your post, so that when the link gets clicked, readers will be directed right to to it.

This is based on the same rebelltitem$ logic. You simply need to append
?rebelltitem=$#rebelltitem$ to the end of your URL.

Here's an example of a post that automatically loads to a specific particle.

Publish on Google News in 3 Steps

We're obsessed with getting your content to its maximum audience, and that means it should travel across platforms seamlessly. Google News is a great way for news publishers to engage new followers. Google has a number of guidelines that cover how to get everything right, so let's go through those first.

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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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DNS Settings for Launch

How do I launch my site?

To launch your site, you first need to set up your own custom domain in RebelMouse. To do this, you need to point your domain to our servers.

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Inside the Ad Manager Dashboard

If you rely on ad revenue, the article page is your cash cow. It generates the views and keeps audiences on your site. The RebelMouse Ad Manager dashboard enables you to easily swap out ads, change placement, and experiment as much as you want without relying on tech resources. Enjoy incredible control over your revenue.

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How to Use the Particle Assembler

When we launched our Particle Assembler, our goal was to make it a snap to create one of the most popular content formats on the web. Assemblers are eye-catching, easy to read, and — most importantly — users love to share them.

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Particle Assemblers in Facebook Instant Articles: Setting up Ads with Our Ad Manager

We explain in detail how to manage your Particle Assembler ads in this article about our Ad Manager. However, there's an important distinction to be made for Facebook Instant Articles.

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How to Get Approved for Facebook Instant Articles

Setting up Business Manager and Pages Permissions

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Account Dashboard

Here at RebelMouse, we understand that every editorial team is structured differently. Whether you operate your web property with one editor, or have a network of 1,000+ contributors, it's easy to manage your team through the RebelMouse platform.

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Sections Dashboard

In the Sections dashboard, create and manage sections for specific topics and content within your site.

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Conditional Content: How to Add Elements to Certain Devices

Want to have a specific element show up only for desktop users, and not users on tablets or mobile devices? Perhaps for a specific ad code or custom HTML setup that's only meant for one device.

We have the right tool to facilitate this sort of control over your site, and it's called the Conditional Content element.

By inserting an element you want specific control over inside of the Conditional Content element, you can create different experiences for mobile, tablet, and desktop users.

You can add the Conditional Content element to any part of your layout with the + ADD ELEMENT action in the Layout & Design tool.

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A/B Testing: How to Turn a B-Test Layout into the Primary Layout

You can turn a B test into the primary layout for any given page by clicking the Make Default button in your test settings.

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Listicle Monetization: How to Add Tracking Pixels per Item/Slide

We understand that monetizing a slideshow or listicle is a vital practice for publishers these days, so here's a comprehensive breakdown on how to implement a tracking pixel per slide with trackSlide.

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Listicle Wizard: Best Practices to Suit Your Goals

The Listicle Wizard is found and easily used in our Entry Editor. It lets you customize your listicles and offers different degrees of monetization (per item, slide, or even globally placed ads with asynchronous reload).

Below you'll find different best practices for using the Listicle Wizard based on what your goals are.

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Custom Font Options

Need to implement your own custom font on your site?

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