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Updates: Particle Assembler 2.0 Launches, Annotations + More

It's the end of September 2018, and we've enabled three new key features across our platform. Check them out below!


New Particle Assembler 2.0 with URL Change on Scroll

Particle Assembler 2.0 transforms your content into an experience that's designed to keep users engaged and scrolling for more. So when the same users see your posts pop up in social feeds later on (thanks to Particle Accelerator), they'll be more inclined to click through because of their previous experience. This is the kind of organic and earned loyalty we strive for at RebelMouse.

Check out why using Assembler 2.0 is key to your growth in this in-depth article.

Related Posts Search

You can now search your own post database and find related articles to insert into your new post to increase traffic circulation. This network of relevant content should help users stay on your site even longer.

Annotations for Your Editorial Team

Make it easier to communicate with your team by leaving annotations during post editing. Write notes, make comments, or highlight paragraphs and words that need your team's attention.

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Learn More About RebelMouse’s High-Performing Infrastructure
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Learn More About RebelMouse’s High-Performing Infrastructure

To ensure every site powered by RebelMouse is high performing, secure, and optimized for user experience, we only use the best and most reliable methods to host our infrastructure. Here's a detailed look at some of the services and security measures we use every day to secure maximum stability and security for each of our sites.

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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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