I have used RebelMouse for well over a year and have a few sites on there. I have mentioned the site a couple of times in the HP forums. It is super easy to use with some options. One of my sites is set up to automatically update every time I post on my Facebook wall, so I am selective of what I put on my wall. Another one is set to update when I pin something to one of my Pinterest boards. So, they work kind of like ScoopIt but without a browser button. The other sites I set up where I need to manually update them, which is simple to do.
To be totally honest, the traffic from RebelMouse for me has not been worth bragging about.
But, I do like have another place to organize my niche sites in one place with one URL.
Maybe the best thing about RebalMouse is using #hashtags, and that the site does encourage.
I would be interested in knowing just what this service is doing for you if it is not getting traffic? because I struggle to see the point of aggregating your material all in one pl;ace if no one sees it there? Is it for your own organizational purposes?
Rebel Mouse is a publishing platform meant to be useful to large-scale media companies and full-fledged brands. If you are doing that sort of content management, it might be quite useful, but unless you are dealing with millions of views per month, it's not made for your situation.
These days I'm getting a lot more traffic from StumbleUpon compared to Google. StumbleUpon was really big in 2011 and surpassed Facebook. It's not that big anymore but it's still the #3 social network. ...
By that i mean awesome effects like pop art..is it worth it? Shuld i make a hub about how to make pop art- via photo shop, or should i just say 'give me ur mooolah and i will do for you!!'..Does anyone even dig pop...