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[Dossier] RebelMouse : une seule limite, votre imagination !

[Dossier] RebelMouse : une seule limite, votre imagination !
Sommaire 1 – Qu’est-ce que RebelMouse ? a – Description de RebelMouse b – Les points forts de RebelMouse 2 – Quel est l’intérêt pour vous ? a – A quoi va me servir RebelMouse ? 3 – Quelles sont les limites de RebelMouse ? a – Les limites de l’outil b – Recommandations 4 – Annexes a – Blog RebelMouse b – Adresse des conditions d’utilisation et autres adresses utiles c – Quelques chiffres 1 – Qu’est-ce que RebelMouse ? a – Description de RebelMouse “Your Social Front Page” Rebel Mouse (lancé en beta début juin 2012) est un projet de l’ancien directeur technique du “Huffington Post”, Paul Berry. (Edit 07/02/2013 : Vine et SoundCloud sont désormais intégrés à RebelMouse) Vine et SoundCloud intégrés à RebelMouse Chaque post sur les profils que vous avez connectés se retrouve affiché sous la forme d’un encadré sur votre front page. Voici un aperçu de ma front page Social Reflex (cliquez sur l’image pour y accéder) : Rebelmouse socialreflex frontpage b – Les points forts de RebelMouse –> Des "goodies".

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