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The Sticky Element: The Easiest Way to Get Sticky Ads Set Up!

For Social UX to be successful, it's vital that you have the right ads set up.

We understand that with longer sessions, you get less ad impression unless you make them asynchronous and have them refresh every 20 seconds, 30 seconds, or minute. For Social UX specifically, since it's an addictive stream of content, it's important to have some sticky ads visible. That's why the Sticky element was created.


What Is the Sticky Element?

It's another element inside the Layout & Design tool that you can place within your page template. Much like the Conditional Content element, you use it to nest other elements inside of it. The main purpose of the nesting is so you can make the children elements sticky: an ad tag, a piece of custom HTML code, a Facebook widget.

How to Set It Up

1. Go to the Layout & Design tool in the left-hand navigation menu.

2. Find the page you want to place the Sticky element in. Click on + ADD ELEMENT and select Sticky.

3. Once placed, you can drag and drop any existing element inside of it or start from scratch and add a new element to it.

4. If you select the Sticky element, you'll see you can change the offset for it in the Properties card to the right.

The idea here is that you can avoid any overlaps with the Top Bar or other elements in the way.

5. Remember to click Save when you're done!

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RebelMouse Q1 2021 Platform Updates

Speed, performance, and Core Web Vitals enhancements

Click here to read our Q2 2021 platform performance updates!

At RebelMouse, we pour our souls into making sure that our platform is always the most modern, high-performance CMS on the market. In fact, we invested over $100,000 worth of hours into our platform in Q1 2021 alone. This has resulted in updates and performance enhancements that publishers would have to pay for on their own to make happen on any other platform, such as WordPress. We're proud to be at a level of scale where we can invest this way into our platform, and we will continue to invest at this rate every quarter moving forward just as we have in the past.

Here are the major updates that we've added to the platform in Q1.

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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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Fuel a Data-Driven Content Strategy With Google Search Console Insights

At RebelMouse, we believe a data-driven content strategy is the key to success. Luckily, the era of "post and pray" is far behind us. Creators no longer need to create articles blindly and hope that they are successful. There are now tools that can help creators understand the kind of content that resonates with their desired audiences.

That's why we are excited to let you know about Google Search Console's Insights feature. According to Google, this new data view will help content creators and site owners answer the following questions:

  • What are your best performing pieces of content?
  • How are your new pieces of content performing?
  • How do people discover your content across the web?
  • What do people search for on Google Search before they visit your content?
  • Which article refers users to your website and content?
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