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Rebel Case Study: Taste Talks

The Future of Food + The Culture + The Occasion

Taste Talks is a national series of festivals celebrating the future of taste through symposia, tastings, dinners and parties. They bring together thought leaders and luminaries from around the world together with everyday food enthusiasts to engage in great conversation, amazing food and one-of-a-kind experiences.

They believe food is a true medium that can bridge the gap and engage all people through experiences shared across digital and social. They came to RebelMouse for the platform to make it all happen.

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The Vision

  • Raise overall awareness of Taste Talks and their festivals
  • Drive users to signup for updates about the 2016 festival series
  • Drives users to share articles featuring the one-of-a-kind food dishes

What Happened: Rebel Runner Platform

The team leveraged our easy-to-use, agile Rebel Runner platform to:

  • Build engaging stories paired with eye-catching images
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  • Weave in social media feeds and bold CTAs
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  • Organize content into sections, and use actionable insights to make smart curatorial decisions
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Why They <3 RebelMouse

  • Beautiful, dynamic platform that is (almost) as pretty as the food
  • Engaging + intuitive polls + quiz features to keep the conversation going
"With RebelMouse, we can easily showcase and share the food and culture content we love across a huge range of social platforms. RebelMouse's super helpful tools allow us to optimize and organize our content in a way that makes sense for our brand, and, most importantly, the end result is gorgeous." -- TasteTalks

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Cheers to living that #FoodLife. Power your publish with us. Send us a quick note to get started.

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