As one of the most recognized and established global brands, United Airlines understands how effective content can be used to attract, engage, and convert audiences — when done correctly. As content consumption patterns become more complex, United is committed to elevating its content game to stay relevant among customers.
- Provide an immersive content experience that showcases United's areas of investment in service and experience.
- Reshape United's perception among existing and new customers.
- Align with modern consumption patterns to engage consumers and employees everywhere.
What Happened: The RebelMouse Platform
- One Hub to Rule Them All: United revamped its online hub to combine evergreen travel guides, episodic videos, tentpole content, and user-generated content in one cohesive environment. The always-on channel is connected to the airline's main domain, allowing United to seamlessly promote key initiatives throughout the year.
- Tailored for a First-Class User Experience: United and RebelMouse built a 100% customized experience that features a unique site design and third-party integrations — including interactive media and feedback widgets — to keep both casual visitors and repeat customers engaged.
- Built for Mobile: As content is increasingly consumed on mobile devices, RebelMouse's mobile-first platform enables the rich hub content — videos, interactive modules, and social feeds — to perform seamlessly across devices and platforms.
United Hub's home page on RebelMouse.
Interactive media celebrating United's 90th anniversary.
United Hub on a mobile device.
Key Takeaway: Control Your Narrative
Whether it's promoting the Olympics, launching a new video series, or showcasing social user-generated content, with RebelMouse, United is mastering how to manage content effectively and in a way that fits its needs to tell compelling stories to its customers.
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