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Facebook Ads in Instant Articles

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.


In Particle Assembler posts, you can choose the frequency of ad breaks for your ads, and whether you want to make that decision per post or globally (this is all explained here).

But when it comes to Instant Articles, we don't support ad breaks that've been globally set up for the Particle Assembler (meaning ad breaks that have been set up from within the Layout & Design tool).

So bear in mind that you'll have to consciously make the decision to set your ad breaks every time you want to publish a particular Particle Assembler post to Instant Articles.

In short: If you want ads to be displayed for Instant Articles, you need to set the ad breaks in the Entry Editor per post — not globally.

Instant Article Ads in Body

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RebelMouse Q1 2021 Platform Updates

Speed, performance, and Core Web Vitals enhancements

Click here to read our Q2 2021 platform performance updates!

At RebelMouse, we pour our souls into making sure that our platform is always the most modern, high-performance CMS on the market. In fact, we invested over $100,000 worth of hours into our platform in Q1 2021 alone. This has resulted in updates and performance enhancements that publishers would have to pay for on their own to make happen on any other platform, such as WordPress. We're proud to be at a level of scale where we can invest this way into our platform, and we will continue to invest at this rate every quarter moving forward just as we have in the past.

Here are the major updates that we've added to the platform in Q1.

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An Important Note on Site Quality From Google’s Search Expert
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An Important Note on Site Quality From Google’s Search Expert

Do you ever wonder if a few typos can impact your site’s search performance? According to Google’s Search Advocate John Mueller, it takes more than just a few grammatical missteps for Google’s crawler to determine your site’s quality.

During a New Year’s Eve Office Hours hangout, Mueller said that if certain portions of a website are deemed low quality, it can negatively impact the site’s search ranking overall. A good example of this is a site that has different language versions within the same domain. If the site has a French-language version that is made up of quality content, but the English translation isn’t up to the same standard, the ranking of the French version of the site could be negatively impacted.

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