Paul Berry helped build the Huffington Post from scratch in 2007, and six years later, he's helping people create their own websites.
RebelMouse allows people to connect their Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and other social sites and create what Berry calls a "social front page for anything and everyone." Berry says the service can be used to help find and discover content and to enable users to create a visual presence on the Web with social media.
Berry started RebelMouse while hearing complaints from HuffPo users. People were having trouble curating their content and creating a landing platform in a time when having a website can be a necessity.
"People are starting to realize their websites do matter, and that they can be good," Berry told CNNMoney. "They were giving up hope on that, and that's part of why I started."
RebelMouse is beginning to attract some big names: Yahoo and Mashable have tested out the service.
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