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The RebelMouse DCMS Story

Today's Brands and Publishers face increased audience segmentation, with social media channels dominating the consumption of everything from entertainment to world news.  Getting your content efficiently distributed -- and noticed -- in this mobile-first world requires a content management system that will help you publish everywhere your target audience can access information.  

To address these needs, RebelMouse developed the first Distributed Content Management System (DCMS).  The RebelMouse DCMS was born in the social era, so it is pre-wired to not only distribute and optimize your content across search and the social web but also provide you with the means to find and grow relationships with social influencers. 

The result is a platform that realizes rapid growth for our customers in a market where most publishing giants are witnessing declining reach.   

The world of content and publishing has already changed.  Don't get left behind with a garden-variety CMS that hasn't.

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Learn More About RebelMouse’s High-Performing Infrastructure
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Learn More About RebelMouse’s High-Performing Infrastructure

To ensure every site powered by RebelMouse is high performing, secure, and optimized for user experience, we only use the best and most reliable methods to host our infrastructure. Here's a detailed look at some of the services and security measures we use every day to secure maximum stability and security for each of our sites.

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An Important Note on Site Quality From Google’s Search Expert
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An Important Note on Site Quality From Google’s Search Expert

Do you ever wonder if a few typos can impact your site’s search performance? According to Google’s Search Advocate John Mueller, it takes more than just a few grammatical missteps for Google’s crawler to determine your site’s quality.

During a New Year’s Eve Office Hours hangout, Mueller said that if certain portions of a website are deemed low quality, it can negatively impact the site’s search ranking overall. A good example of this is a site that has different language versions within the same domain. If the site has a French-language version that is made up of quality content, but the English translation isn’t up to the same standard, the ranking of the French version of the site could be negatively impacted.

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