"He's a snake in the grass, I tell ya guys; he may look dumb but that's just a disguise; he's a mastermind in the ways of espionage." Charlie Daniels, "Uneasy Rider" Are you bold enough to be a RebelMouse? - TT's Lost in Tokyo

Are you bold enough to be a RebelMouse?

Just stumbled upon a website offering an interesting feature: a personal page that reposts tiles/thumbnails of your tweets and RTs that contain links and favorities, as well as to your Facebook page and such blogs as you care to link to.

I logged on, and it made a beautiful page from just my Twitter activity, with the newest content on top and tabs for less recent tweets. Mine is here: TokyoTom. I added tabs that link to my Facebook page and to my LvMI blog, though I haven yet figured out how to change the tab order.

The RebelMouse Blog is here: https://www.rebelmouse.com/RebelMouse/#

The proprietor of RebelMouse describes it this way:

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.

But you don't have to take our word for it; check out these articles by amazing writers: 
By Sarah Lacy of Pando Daily  
By Allyson Shontell of Business Insider

We've also been using our own RebelMouse to help us collect press like the above and provide updates that will help users better understand RebelMouse and how they can get the most out of it :) 

But another way to say think about this is: What if you could build an awesome, social-first blog without spending on developers and designers and losing hours on your own efforts?

What if you could be active and engaging on Twitter, Facebook and other social networks, and just because of that have an incredible site too?  

What if you could also mix in your original content, creating blog posts, slideshows, and galleries on RebelMouse, complete with links that support your thesis (either personal or for your business or passion)?

Making this simple, effortless, and beautiful is our mission at RebelMouse.  

Ready to take the next step? Learn how you can use RebelMouse!

Best, 
Paul

Published Sat, Mar 23 2013 7:49 PM by TokyoTom