Excerpted from article on Poynter.:
“The new Web service uses the links and photos you share on Twitter or Facebook to populate a Web page.
For an individual journalist, RebelMouse can build a website that harnesses all your social media curation work into a Web product.
For a news organization, RebelMouse could also be a tool for aggregation projects. One page could represent all the content your news staff is tweeting. Another one could pull in content from a hashtag for a crowdsourcing project.
Visually, RebelMouse looks a lot like Pinterest. Functionally, it is in the same product space as Storify, but different in key ways:
– More permanence;
– More automation;
– No embedding, yet.
Pricing is extremely affordable — free for basic usage, and if you want to use the site at a custom domain name (instead of rebelmouse.com/username) it’s $3 a month for an individual or $3 a week for a company.”
Read full article here: http://j.mp/Kz2XD4
Request an invite here: http://www.rebelmouse.com
See on www.poynter.org