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Nordot + RebelMouse

RebelMouse and Nordot have joined together to provide publishers with access to Nordot's massive content library directly from the RebelMouse CMS.


Nordot

Nordot is building an easily accessible content library with stories from some of the most reputable news sources in the world. This includes sources such as Reuters and AFP, and daily newspapers such as The Chicago Tribune and New York Daily News. Nordot also hosts content from other important segment leaders, such as Kaiser Health News, PsyPost, and ValueWalk, that can be republished by other media publishers with just a few clicks.

Partnering with Nordot, RebelMouse is helping to bring Nordot's 1M+ stories to some of the web's best publishers utilizing the RebelMouse CMS.

How It Works

Nordot's library can now be accessed directly through draft mode on the RebelMouse CMS, providing editors at media publications access to stories from 800+ sources that are ready to be republished on their websites in seconds. There's over one million stories, at no additional cost. In addition to curating content, you can also share your content with the Nordot community as a syndicator, and earn a share of the revenue when other Nordot users republish your content on their properties!

Keen on trying Nordot for your site? Just send us an email at nordot@rebelmouse.com and we'll set you up.

How to Use It: Find a Story

Once we get you set up, you can get started with Nordot on the RebelMouse CMS by going to your Posts dashboard and selecting "Drafts."

How to Use It: Select a Story

Next, find a specific story you want to publish and select the related pencil/edit icon.

You can also narrow the options by selecting a specific publisher in the "Authors" field.

How to Use It: Publishing

Choose the story you want to publish and publish it as normal right to your site! You can change tags or sections, too.

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