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The Perks of Being a Rebel Socialite

Updated: December 28, 2016


Being A Rebel Socialite Means Taking An Integrated Approach To Content Creation + Distribution

...Maximize your growth when you hit publish

At RebelMouse, we are obsessed with content distribution, which is why our platform is designed to enable a publishing process built on social sharing. We embrace the idea that the potential for audience growth is much larger when you consider all of the people who care about what you create beyond your domain. With functionality to create and distribute stories across social networks, the RebelMouse platform empowers users to maximize this ecosystem.

Google search + the home page used to be the primary drivers of content performance, but that changed with the rise of social media. Social is the new front page. Facebook alone is responsible for 38% of referrals to publishers. RebelMouse helps you capitalize on this reality by taking an integrated approach to content creation and distribution in the editorial process.

Here's a deeper look into how our tools put you everywhere first.


Integrated Content Creation + Distribution = A Seamless Cycle of Success

The RebelMouse social media publishing tools integrate distribution into editorial workflow in a way that allows teams to most effectively and efficiently scale an engaged audience with a data-driven approach. Content creators and social editors working together in a unified process, instead of in silos, enables growth and success. Content creators + social media editors are one in the same.

Creation and distribution go together. In our entry editor, you can create stories and take action to share them on social media without leaving the page. All you need to do is connect your social accounts to get started.

You can optimize promotional text and images for audiences on different platforms by overriding the fields pre-populated with the headline and photo used in your story. Then just check a box to add your posts to the social queue.

Pro tip: Change up your social summaries, and mix up your post's images with our social media publishing tool. Dynamic + diverse images with quick language keep your audience engaged!


Optimize Your Stories For Success

Our admin tools make managing the social queue as easy as can be: publish posts immediately to social platforms or schedule them for future deployment. Eliminate third-party tools for social publishing + make sharing part of the process, not an afterthought.

You can also filter the queue by social account. Need to make an update before publishing? You can easily alter headlines and images directly within the queue before sharing them with the world.

Pro-tip: Schedule evergreen + repeat-worthy content during open windows in your schedule, or at times that are traditionally slow. Social enables contagious moments to resurface again and again.


Turn Social Insights Into Lasting Relationships

We make it easy for you to build relationships with other social pages, before and after publishing. Through our Social Discovery tool, the tags of your story surface suggested Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram pages to engage with; select those that may be interested in the reading (and sharing!) your story.

Choose from a spectrum of social signals to build relationships with those pages, whether it's a simple 'like' on a recent post or even an email intro. Once published, the story is not only shared with your own social followers, but you will ideally spark a partnership on the foundation of shared content + engagement. Making connections and embracing the ecosystem mean big-time audience growth in one step!

Pro tip: Broaden your search terms to play around with results. For instance, if your post is about DIY Mason Jars, think tags everywhere from "DIY ideas" to "southern cocktails" to "crafts."


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