Jeff sits down with Megan Berry from RebelMouse to discuss how educators are using RebelMouse to connect their news with their community.
RebelMouse is a social front page for anything or anyone. Essentially its a content management system built from the ground up around the social real time web. Time.com, WSJ, GE, ESPN and more then 240k others have already started using RebelMouse to power their websites and online presence just 6 months after launch. RebelMouse is solving a core problem of how to highlight community and bring together disparate social efforts across all the important networks. Integrated with Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, RSS and even Vine, RebelMouse is also a publishing platform that lets people blog, turn micro content into medium and long form and to drive dynamic front pages for any topic on the fly. Time.com used RebelMouse for their Person of the Year announcement, ESPN for super bowl coverage, WSJ for Davos and the fiscal cliff and TechCrunch to powerCrunchScroll.com Paul Berry is Founder and CEO of RebelMouse and Soho Tech Labs. Previously, he was CTO of HuffingtonPost and before that, Vice President at Related Capital. He is a General Partner at Lerer Ventures and serves on the Digital Advisory Board of American Express.
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Megan Berry is the Director of Community for RebelMouse. Megan Berry previously led marketing and community at Klout, after joining as their fourth employee. She has blogged on community and social media for Mashable, The Huffington Post, Amex OPEN Forum, and Brazen Careerist. She graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Stanford University. You can find her on RebelMouse or follow her on Twitter as @meganberry