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Introducing the RebelMouse Creators Network

Editors are always looking for a particular sweet spot in their work. It's what occurs when search, social, and site traffic all work harmoniously together to create organic growth and sustainable reach. Which, in turn, creates momentum that validates a creator's message — whether the message is voiced by a legacy brand, media company, or solo content creator. But the role of the editor has changed. It's no longer a solo uphill climb. It's become a community effort.


Today's social ecosystem has given us a universe of creators. These creators and influencers are either experts in certain topics and/or heavily engaged in targeted content that drives their interests. They're not only consuming the content they're passionate about, but they're contributing to the conversation, too. The new role of the editor is not just to cover the most important topics and people around their expertise, but also to invite those preferred influencers into their community and get them to participate in creating premium content.

This is why we've launched Creators Network. It's time for publishers to take advantage of the opportunities creators and their networks — which are often formed organically — have to offer. Creators Network is not a destination for flat media. Instead, it's a platform where the boundaries between content creators and their audiences blur.

How the Network Functions

RebelMouse has built an entire platform for communities to form, grow, and flourish. Within the platform, communities can be created, governed, and led by publishers. It's a formula designed around sustainable and personalized engagement. We've also ensured that it's easy to use and poses no risks for any and all publishers.

Leverage our Creators Network and experience revenue-impacting growth.

Here are some of the core features of Creators Network:

Customized Roles: Established content creators can invite the best people they know to help grow their network. Members can have customized community titles as well, such as Community President or Community Editor in Chief. The permissions and access of each community member role is always controlled by the publisher. Read more about our new community roles here.

Detailed Approval Workflows: A post submitted by a community member never goes live without the review and approval of an administrator, president, or other person in charge. Writers with zero publishing rights can submit drafts for approval rounds, and drafts can also be saved at every stage of the editorial process. Read more about our new workflow tools here.

Dynamic Collaboration: Creators can add annotations to drafts at any time during the editorial process. Within the platform, there's a companion notifications-and-comments feed for writers and editors to review annotations, as well as a timeline that tracks edits.

Methodical Transparency: Publishers can review a number of statistics about how each individual community is performing, including how many creators there are, how many community requests there've been, and how many posts have been published. There's also the ability to review which community members haven't been active recently. If a community member shows up as inactive, publishers can quickly and easily reach out directly to re-engage them.

Statistics: The post dashboard is home to in-depth stats at a community level, including the number of pageviews for each post and overall. Posts can be further filtered by date published, author, and keyword. The metrics available to each user are dependent on the member's role within the community.

Check out RebelMouse's Creators Network live on Odyssey.

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A Look Inside the Only Creative Agency Powered by Deep Technology

Strategic development of product that supports content distribution, conversion, and loyalty.

RebelMouse is a creative agency fueled by a publishing platform with deep technology. Our expertise is rooted in media and content marketing because there is no other team that understands distributive publishing better than we do. There is also no other CMS on the market today that provides content creators with the tools they need to unlock sustainable growth backed by sticky monetization methods. RebelMouse blends product and strategy together to move the needle where it matters most — organic traffic and user growth, conversion to loyalty, and revenue growth.

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Updates: Edit Email Templates in Entry Editor, Easily Select the Right Tags

We have two new product updates that will make editing each article easier and more customized.

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New: Simplify Your Workflow With Our New Copy and Paste Function

There's a new feature in RebelMouse's Entry Editor that easily lets you copy and paste an entire post, including lead media, headline, subheadline, body, social copy, and social scheduling information. Don't worry — we will only copy the social scheduling language you've previously set up. Using this functionality will not schedule the post to be sent out again.

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How to Set a Canonical URL

A canonical URL is an HTML element that prevents duplicate content. This helps prevent SEO issues by indicating whether a URL is a "canonical" or "preferred" version of a page.

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The CFO's Guide to RebelMouse

A look at how you gain more and spend less with our platform.

Every Chief Financial Officer (CFO) has an important mission: Balance efficiency with fiscal responsibility while eliminating risk. To survive and thrive in today's publishing industry, this can be a tall order. New options for vendors, hosting, and service providers pop up all the time, and as technology advances, so do the kinds of tools you need to grow reach and revenue.

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Be an Advocate for Engagement With Discovery Email Templates

RebelMouse's Discovery tool offers various forms of social outreach, including emails that you can send to influencers while you're editing your article. We utilize our proprietary technology to seamlessly pull in the email addresses of social media account owners. And now, coupled with customizable template language that automatically gets pulled into your workflow, you can easily send out messages to let these accounts know that you love their content and wouldn't mind if they shared a related story of yours.

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New E-Commerce Option: Easily Feature Products With Just a Few Clicks

Every year, the numbers of shoppers who choose to purchase online versus in retail stores continues to grow. It's estimated that the number of online shoppers will rise to 230.5 million by 2021. At RebelMouse, we've added a new particle layout for our clients that do e-commerce. This feature makes it super simple to highlight products right from within our Entry Editor.

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2018: A RebelMouse Year in Review

From product to personal, we flourished on every level.

It's always overwhelming to think about how far we've come as a company every time December rolls around. From all the peaks and valleys our ever-changing industry likes to throw at us, to the personal triumphs and challenges we experience as a team, each year is always one to remember. But this time, 2018 took the cake. It was 365 days of twists, turns, and far more shining moments than ever before.

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A New Model for Surviving as a Media Company

Mic's collapse is a wake-up call for publisher survival.

A Chorus Line of Failures: Mic's Layoffs Speak Volumes

Millennial-driven news publisher Mic laid off most of its employees, around 60 to 70 people, in late November 2018. The media company's remaining leaders then announced plans to sell the rest of Mic's assets to Bustle Digital Group for an estimated $5 million. In 2014, Mic raised $60 million in funding at a time when 70% of their traffic came from Facebook. The media property's collapse is another major loss in a lineup of publishers who went "all in" on failed distributive strategies, including frequent content pivots, that ultimately led to nowhere.

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