We understand that every editorial team is structured differently. Whether you operate your web property with one editor, or have a network of 1,000+ contributors, it's easy to manage your team through our platform.
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RebelMouse is a creative agency fueled by a publishing platform with deep technology. Our expertise is rooted in media and content marketing because there is no other team that understands distributive publishing better than we do. There is also no other CMS on the market today that provides content creators with the tools they need to unlock sustainable growth backed by sticky monetization methods. RebelMouse blends product and strategy together to move the needle where it matters most — organic traffic and user growth, conversion to loyalty, and revenue growth.
In all our sites, by default, we pass UTM params so you can easily track the performance of your Layout & Design tool A/B tests.
This can modify how the default groupings are shown in GA, so we understand if you want to disable this feature to customize the data is output.
Our REST API service uses a key based authorization that could be managed in your Account page. You can find your own API key in form of a 64 character string, and note that we will be able to identify you with it, so please do not share it.
All client requests are authorized using valid API keys via an specific HTTP header or query string. Query string takes priority over HTTP header, so query string will be considered if you send both at the same time.
Sending API key via query string
In order to authorize requests using "api_key" query string, you need to send it as follows:
Google is the most commonly used search engine, and if you have a large site — or are working on making it large — you definitely want your sitemaps submitted to it.
A sitemap is a file where you list the webpages of your site that tells Google and other search engines about the organization of your site's content. Search engine web crawlers like Googlebot read this file so your site gets crawled intelligently.
If you're familiar with our
Layout & Design tool, then you know it's comprised of columns, rows, and different sets of elements that can be nested inside each other. There are also Conditional Content elements, which allow you to set IF statements that display elements based on conditions you define.
IF the site is rendering on mobile, show four posts.
IF the site is rendering on desktop, show eight posts.
We've now upgraded this feature to make it even more comprehensive:
In 2017, Facebook began taking drastic measures to reduce the spreading of fake news. But it's no easy feat, and the company is devoting this coming year to "fixing" Facebook and sorting through all the backlash that resulted from the fake news fallout. We saw this unfold after Facebook eliminated users' ability to edit preview links, header text, and images associated with content shared on the platform. We touched on our solution to this here.
Today, there's more you can do to fully reclaim your content freedom and prove you're not posting fake news. You must verify your domain. Facebook's domain verification process provides a way for you to claim ownership of your domain in Business Manager. This ownership allows you to control editing privileges of your links and content to prevent both misuse of your domain and the spreading of misinformation.
Here are the steps you need to take to get this done:
You can now hyperlink to a specific particle within your article. Check out an example
Anchoring A Link Inside The Body Of The Post To A Particle
Here's How It Works
Each item/particle created in the Entry Editor is automatically allocated an id called
In the 7x7 example above, they wanted to link a snippet of text to particle #5 on their list:
Here's How to Implement It
Select the text snippet you want to link.
Enclose the text inside of an <a href> tag. It needs to look like this: <a href="rebelltitem$">TEXT YOU WANT TO LINK</a>
To find the correct ID, you can either physically count to the item, or you can search for it in the HTML of your post.
Anchoring A Link to a Footnote
This is as simple to do as anchoring an assembler particle!Let's say you have a (1) in an article, and you want that word or combination of words to be linked to a specific footnote.
Step 1: Link the word with an #id
Go into the HTML mode of the post and find the (1) (or word) you want to link. Add this right next to it: <a href="#footnote1"></a> The (1), of course, should be whatever word you've chosen to link to the footnote. And the #id can be anything you choose -- it just has to be unique. In this case if I had more footnotes I'd do: #footnote2, #footnote3, #footnote4, etc.
Step 2: Match the footnote with said #id
Go to your footnotes, find the <p> tag of the footnote you want to link and add the id to it, like this: <p id="footnote1">
If you use pagination in your articles
You'll need to add ?page=3 (for example, or whatever page number you have the footnotes in), like this here:
So it links out to the 3rd page of your article, where the footnotes are, in the HTML mode, and it looks like this: "<a href="?page=3#footnote1"></a>
We're obsessed with getting your content to its maximum audience, and that means it should travel across platforms seamlessly. Google News is a great way for news publishers to engage new followers. Google has a number of guidelines that cover how to get everything right, so let's go through those first.
If you rely on ad revenue, the article page is your cash cow. It generates the views and keeps audiences on your site. The RebelMouse Ad Manager dashboard enables you to easily swap out ads, change placement, and experiment as much as you want without relying on tech resources. Enjoy incredible control over your revenue.
When we launched our Particle Assembler, our goal was to make it a snap to create one of the most popular content formats on the web. Assemblers are eye-catching, easy to read, and — most importantly — users love to share them.