|RebelMouse organizes your online presence into a beautiful, dynamic and social site — in minutes.|
What RebelMouse says
“RebelMouse organizes your social presence into a beautiful, dynamic and social site — in minutes. It’s based on the idea that people are proud of what they share on social networks, but are starting to feel embarrassed about their websites. RebelMouse is your social front page and automatically updates as you post on social networks as well as when you blog directly on your site.”
What Funky Monkey says
If you’re reading this let me guess, you have a facebook account, instragram profile and most probably a twitter feed as well? Yes? How about Pinterest, Youtube, Linkdin, tumblr and maybe you even have a personal blog?
You, like most of us, have different social media profiles scattered all over the internet. But what if you could create a page that would inegrate all these sites together, creating a profile that had your entire updated internet presence in the one place?
That’s exactly what RebelMouse does. Whilst the average individual probably doesn’t need another page dedicated just to them, this is great if you are a business, or a freelance, artist, photographer, model, blogger, etc who wants to combine all their promotional and networking tools. Once established, your page looks like a digital newspaper and is automatically updated along with your social media profiles.
There are three basic accounts available with Rebel Mouse:
– Signing up for a free account allows users to have their own page on the site where they can embed their different social media profiles and control how their front page looks. It’s basically all your online social media and blogging efforts organised in one place.
– Signing up for the Powered Site (US$9.99/month) where you can bring the RebelMouse plugin to your own domain name, and let them power your own blog. This option also allows your to customize more and gives you a full publishing solution.
– The third option is a sponsored content program designed for high traffic organisations that have sales teams. This option allows you to build microsites or integrated event sites to help creative concepts go viral, ultize advertising and help to monetize your pages.
Within the last few months the social platform has managed to raise $10.25 million from investors, as well as attract new members to the team from companies such as Time, PepsiCo Beverages and Bloomberg TV.
This is truly an exciting time for this new company and in the future we can expect to see it providing businesses with an ‘e-commerce platform’ allowing businesses to sell their products in a visual way. So if you’re interested in becoming a curator to your online life try out RebelMouse.