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How We Do Website Redesigns

Did you know that we offer website redesign services that don't require you to re-platform to RebelMouse? We understand the word "redesign" can seem a bit daunting, but a high-quality, well-functioning site is of paramount importance to your social traffic and success. Facebook announced earlier this year that they would kill reach to posts that link to low-quality, spammy sites — and any site containing a video ad is now considered Facebook enemy No. 1.

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RebelMouse offers standalone redesign services separate from all of our other offerings. Our team of experts can work with you to make sure your content is taking full advantage of your site's current design and delivering meaningful ROI. By weaving social connections into our product, and studying what resonates with audiences through what is and isn't working across many different clients, we make it easy for anyone to launch a site that is as intuitive to users as scrolling through Instagram.

It's how we've built some of the biggest new media pop culture hits of our times.

There's no need to complicate or overthink things. We'll analyze your site's navigation structure and how well users interact with your content to create a mix of design, user experience, and branding recommendations that will better capture your audiences.

Key components of our website redesigns:

Audit traffic patterns and sources. We get down and dirty with your data to see where your audiences live and where to uncover new opportunities for growth.

We grew Odyssey Online by nearly two million new users in just one month by understanding where their most meaningful traffic comes from.

Identify key growth potential. We have an eye for where your treasure chest is located. We'll make sure your site is optimized for the content and features that create loyalty, and in turn, revenue and audience growth.

We can help you click with the right audiences to bring in serious engagement and growth potential.

Create a design that keeps users longer, encourages them to share more, and works with Facebook's algorithms. We were born in the age of social, which means we have a deep understanding of how a site design should work in harmony with social channels. True growth comes when content can move across platforms easily — that same ease should be reflected on your site. We create experiences that mimic the social feeds.

Axios is benefitting from our Social UX for Media format, which makes your site as viral and binge-worthy as the social feeds.

Integrate monetization options into your design, including native, programmatic, and social sells. The way revenue is made in the world of new media is always changing. We keep up with these constant updates so you don't have to. We ensure your ads are non-intrusive and favored by the many algorithms so that both your ROI and user experience aren't negatively affected.

We helped One Country experience 200% revenue growth this year.

RebelMouse offers an array of standalone strategy services separate from our CMS platform. Whether you need help with a redesign, content and distribution, product strategy, or anything else, our team of experts are here to ensure you get the most out of your current setup to create a thriving brand in the age of social.

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