Free White Paper: A Rebel's Guide to Building Organic Loyalty

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How to Launch a New Site in the New Year

Did your New Year's resolutions include launching a website? If so, don't wait to get the ball rolling. RebelMouse can design and launch a new site for you, so you can focus on goals like growing brand recognition and loyalty instead. Already have a site? No worries — we can migrate your content and optimize your site design in no time, too.

Clients that have launched with RebelMouse are seeing revenue-impacting results, and they're getting them fast. Azula saw a 298% growth in Facebook traffic, Odyssey's new users have increased by 25% in just one month post launch, and Axios is creating loyalty unheard of in the media world right now. This isn't by luck. Our team of growth experts understand what goes into creating a successful website, and are able to create a mix of design, user experience, and branding that will capture your maximum audience.

This can all be done in four quick and easy steps:


1. Hire RebelMouse. Request a proposal or send a note to hello@rebelmouse.com.
2. We'll create a design in just one week. We blur the lines between roles at RebelMouse. That means our product specialists double as content strategists and vice versa. Our talented team will deliver a well-rounded design for review in seven days.

3. We'll create your site just one week after your initial request. Give us another week to make it perfect.
4. Launch the following Monday. Join the ranks of Dance Magazine, United Airlines, One Country, and more — become a Rebel!

We understand that sometimes there is internal red tape that comes up when re-platforming a website. That's why we offer strategy and redesign services separate from our CMS.

Strategy Services: Ensure your content is optimized for all social platforms and distribution channels.

Redesign Services: Our experts can make sure your content takes full advantage of your site's current design.

RebelMouse can't help you change the number on the scale, stop saying curse words, or eat more vegetables. But we can make sure you have all the tools you need for a 2018 filled with audience growth, successful monetization, and plenty of social engagement.

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Here’s Why You Should Focus on Valley Elevation

We've all experienced it. The dopamine-filled highs of watching site stats blast through the ceiling on our favorite web analytics platform after a piece of content goes viral. As digital publishers, it's in our blood to crave these spikes. But the sobering crash back to reality that follows, and the ensuing scramble to come up with the next piece of content that can match the previous peak, are seemingly inevitable. This constant seesawing is a frustrating and fatiguing experience, no matter the size of your budget or marketing team. What's a publisher seeking stability to do? Are we all targeting the right goals, or is there more here than meets the eye?

Enter Valley Elevation

Turns out there is more to your stats than just those towering summits. It's the concept of valley elevation, and it's been staring you in the face the entire time. Coined by Bradley Schwarzenbach and popularized by bestselling author Andrew Davis, valley elevation posits that you should be focusing on the depth of your metrics' troughs instead of its peaks.

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Content Creators: Here’s a Look at the Publishing Experience That's Changing the Game

If you're a content creator or social curator, you know all about the challenges tied to algorithm changes, industry shifts, and the ongoing fight to sustain reach in an oversaturated market.

At RebelMouse, we create lean tech that's built to iterate alongside these fluctuations. Chances are the CMS you're using was created before social. If that's true, you may still view content on your website and in social feeds as two different entities you have to control and manage. We're here to blur those lines for you and take publishing where it needs to be in 2018.

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