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A Seamless Transition: Introducing RebelMouse to New Team Members

Behind every site powered by RebelMouse, there's a team of dedicated content creators, storytellers, developers, and leaders who are working to make sure their site is growing and flourishing. Sometimes, these teams fluctuate as new members join and others leave.


When these changes occur, we endeavor to make sure these transitions are as seamless as possible from our side. RebelMouse's platform is made up of a robust suite of intuitive tools, but we want to make sure that the new key leaders within every organization we work with are able to quickly understand the capabilities and benefits of our CMS.

This is why we offer a services package that addresses the onboarding of any new key hires, whether it's a new Chief Technology Officer, Chief Executive Officer, or Editor in Chief. During this engagement, new team members can get to know the ins and outs of RebelMouse, including current strategies, initiatives, and continuing opportunities.

Here's our recommended plan that focuses on three main areas:

Strategy (5 hours): Understand how RebelMouse's platform can shape the entire company's roadmap, including content, monetization, growth, and social strategies.

Training (15 hours): Get customized and personal training on how to get the most out of our CMS. This can be catered to any specific feature or part of the platform.

Technical Reviews (20 hours): It's common for new leadership to want to make changes to the organization's site. We can use these services hours to review any new code, give our recommendations on new strategies, and point to best practices within our platform.

These services hours can be distributed in any way you think is best for your organization. Also, be sure to check out these customized guides on how our powerful publishing platform revolutionizes specific areas of your business:

If this is something you're interested in, please email support@rebelmouse.com to learn more.

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