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Rebel Discovery: The Bookmarklet

You can access full Discovery functionality and data from any published story, without having to go through the Discovery dashboard.

Who Should Use Bookmarklet?

The Discovery bookmarklet is particularly helpful for your writers or editor who want to easily optimize a particular story, using full Discovery controls, without having to leave the entry editor environment, which is their primary domain.

How to Launch the Bookmarklet

A “Discovery" button now appears where you currently find the “Edit" button. Once you click on it, a bookmarklet opens up and you'll be able to access full Discovery functionality, categorized in three tabs: Target, Schedule, Wins.

The 'Target' Tab

  • First, select your outreach channel: FB, Twitter or Email
  • For example, go into Email. Once you optimize tags or click on a new target, the email form pops up so you can send emails without leaving the page.
  • If you switch to Facebook outreach, you can select target and choose to send a social ping immediately. Again, a ping is in the form of a “like" of a target's recent post on Facebook/Twitter so a target knows you exist and are helping promote their content.

The 'Schedule' Tab
You can resend previous social posts to the queue in the Discovery dashboard or draft new post with different language or images to add to the queue. When published from the dashboard social pings are automatically sent at that point as well.

The 'Wins' Tab
You can view all relevant stats for this particular story. You can also see any accounts that have referred your story, including accounts linked through Discovery that may have successfully converted. Those are considered wins.

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