The 4 Steps to Positive ROI in Media

We've all heard that content is king, but it's a bit hard to keep the lights on if that content doesn't return any revenue. We're all about distribution at RebelMouse, which means we obsess over how to get your content to its maximum and most relevant audiences. But even after conquering both quality content and distribution, there's still one important factor left: money.


Our CMS doesn't just publish your content. We are traffic junkies — we put it on a rocket ship that doesn't return until you've achieved the best ROI possible. While the process is complicated, we've narrowed it down to four steps.

1. Clean up Your Website

Eliminate all the years of product history.

Over time, categories can become cluttered, unfocused, and not optimized to help your audience navigate your site. RebelMouse tools help you quickly rename, map, add, or remove your site channels.

2. Configure Instant Articles

Facebook Instant Articles can be leveraged for maximum revenue return + video inclusion.

Quickly add or increase value using Facebook Instant Articles and Facebook videos. Both seamlessly integrate with the RebelMouse CMS, allowing for publishing straight to Facebook Instant Articles with minimal setup.

3. Configure Google AMP for Maximum Returns

Google AMP helps maximize mobile.

Google's AMP format is key to maximizing your SEO on mobile and providing users with a fast-loading experience. The unique RebelMouse Layout & Design tool enables users to update and edit an AMP-specific page format.

4. Learn the Latest Strategies

Understand low-cost ad strategies that deliver meaningful ROI.

RebelMouse stays up to date on the top trends in social, tech, and publishing. That means when there is a breaking strategy that will help (or hurt) conversion efforts, we're able to share that information with our RebelMouse users.

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How Axios Built on RebelMouse

The Axios founding team is composed of the industry veterans who built Politico and shaped The New York Times. They had a vision for building a next-generation media site that would not only win in the world of social, but would also build real loyalty and a subscriber base.

Industry: News Media
Headquarters: Washington, DC
Website: Axios.com

Axios is a new media company delivering vital, trustworthy news and analysis in the most efficient, illuminating, and shareable ways possible. They offer a mix of original and smartly narrated coverage of media trends, tech, business, and politics with expertise, voice, and smart brevity — on a new and innovative mobile platform.



With some of the best writers in the world, Axios knew that, to be successful, they would need to provide next-generation authoring tools as well as a next-generation front-end experience for their readers.

Project Requirements:

  • Get to launch quickly while still having tremendous depth in technology
  • Build a next-generation media property
  • Empower editors with technology for breaking news
  • Build a CMS that manages and elegantly assembles content into articles
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Build and Create Communities with Facebook’s Latest Updates

New Facebook product updates and algorithm changes pop up just about every week, and we don't expect our clients to scour the internet looking for every last one. Which is why we do our best to keep you up to date with every important platform initiative.

To avoid compromising reach and engagement, it's important to understand Facebook's recent updates and how you can incorporate them into your social strategy. Within the last couple of months, Facebook released a few key updates to better suit groups, content creators, and monetization practices.

Here are some to be aware of:

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LATEST: Product Updates Make Sharing a Breeze

There are two things we love at RebelMouse: upgrades and social sharing. Our CMS remains intuitive through our upgrades, mainly because we are constantly making small tweaks to improve our clients' workflow. Our latest round of product updates now set up your content for even more social success — keeping the almighty share top of mind.

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Publish on Google News in 3 Steps

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.

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NEW! Edit Media Tool for Post Images

It's no secret that imagery is critical to creating a compelling post. A captivating visual is what really helps drive shares and engagement on social. That's why we're constantly updating and creating new tools that enable you to create the perfect image-centric post. Meet the new Edit Media tool.

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How to Launch a New Site Before the New Year

Do your New Year's resolutions include launching a website? If so, don't wait until 2018 to get the ball rolling. RebelMouse can design and launch a new site for you before the New Year, so you can focus on goals like growing brand recognition and loyalty instead. Already have a site? No worries — we can migrate your content and optimize your site design in no time, too.

Clients that have launched with RebelMouse are seeing revenue-impacting results, and they're getting them fast. Azula saw a 298% growth in Facebook traffic, Odyssey's new users have increased by 25% in just one month post launch, and Axios is creating loyalty unheard of in the media world right now. This isn't by luck. Our team of growth experts understand what goes into creating a successful website, and are able to create a mix of design, user experience, and branding that will capture your maximum audience.

This can all be done in four quick and easy steps:

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