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LATEST: Product Updates Make Sharing a Breeze

There are two things we love at RebelMouse: upgrades and social sharing. Our CMS remains intuitive through our upgrades, mainly because we are constantly making small tweaks to improve our clients' workflow. Our latest round of product updates now set up your content for even more social success — keeping the almighty share top of mind.


Social Scheduling History

A post rarely lives just one life. In fact, we believe it never should in most cases. That's why we've created a history log within our platform that tracks when a post was scheduled and sent to social. The log is accessible for any post using the RebelMouse Entry Editor. Now you'll always know if updated content has been pushed to social, or if a post is due for another round on the social platforms.

Search for Potential Influencers with Every Keyword

We talk a lot about being born in the age of social, unlike other CMS options. That's why we merge content and social at every point in our product. On every post, you can use keywords and phrases to identify social influencers that would be interested in sharing your content. You can even send social signals — including a "like" on Facebook/Instagram/Twitter, a comment, or even an email — without ever leaving the Entry Editor. Search for influencers by each individual keyword or look at them all at once using the summary tab.

Toggle Google AMP On/Off with One Click

Ensuring you are set up on Facebook Instant Articles and Google AMP is one of the key steps to securing social ROI. At RebelMouse, we help make sure you're configured correctly on both — a process that leaves some publishers frustrated and scrambling. We also help you adjust your strategy to make the most of these fast-loading formats. Once you're all set up, publishing to Facebook Instant Articles — and now Google AMP — is as simple as one click. That's it.

We don't recommend toggling off Google AMP, but there are some cases when it makes sense.

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The Most Secure CMS of 2022
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Why RebelMouse Is the Most Secure CMS on the Web

Delivering a secure, high-performing environment with extreme reliability is essential to all of our clients at RebelMouse. We only use industry-leading, reliable approaches to host our infrastructure. This ensures maximum stability and security for all of our clients’ data. Here are just some of the reasons we’re able to maintain a hard-bodied product that’s flexible, too.

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Google Made Major Changes to Its Formula for Page Speed. Here’s What to Do About It in 2022.
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Google Made Major Changes to Its Formula for Page Speed. Here’s What to Do About It in 2022.

Make sure your site is set up for success in 2022.

In the spring of 2020, Google let the world know that its Core Web Vitals would become the new benchmark for measuring a site's performance in its search results, known as the page experience update. Fast forward to more than a year later in August 2021 when, after much anticipation, Google's page experience update became official.

Since its rollout, developers have felt the impact of how their publishing platforms stack up against the new standard. Important decisions around the architecture of your site can now make or break your site's performance in the eyes of Google.

HTTP Archive, a tracking platform that crawls the web to identify trends and record historical patterns, has revealed how top content management systems (CMS) have weathered the page experience update through the creation of its Core Web Vitals Technology Report. RebelMouse consistently outperforms major CMS platforms on Google's most critical metrics since its rollout and into 2022:

Getting superior scores on Google's performance benchmarks isn't easy, either. The Ahrefs blog analyzed Core Web Vitals data from the Chrome User Experience Report (CrUX), which is data from actual Chrome users, to see how the web stacks up against Core Web Vitals. Their study found that only 33% of sites on the web are passing Core Web Vitals.

data from Ahrefs tracked on a line chart finds that shows only 33% of sites on the web pass Google's Core Web Vitals From Ahrefs.

Luckily, performing well on Core Web Vitals is possible with thoughtful, strategic changes to your site’s codebase. Here's what you need to know and how we can help.

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