Advertising and online shopping come together with Rebelmail's inbox shopping, allowing brands like Home Depot and Diane Von Furstenberg to reach their consumers more directly

Rebelmail, an email-based marketing company, allows businesses and retailers to reach consumers right in their inboxes. The four-year-old company has recently gained investor attention that it plans to take advantage of in expanding its business.

What sets Rebel apart from company newsletters and standard advertisements is its interactive element: Consumers are offered quizzes based on goods sold, browse inventories and even order directly from emails they receive. Among some of Rebel’s biggest names are Home Depot, WeWork, Diane von Furstenberg and eBay.

CEO of Rebelmail, Joe Teplow, hopes that the platform will make inboxes more interactive than a simple scroll through daily junk mail. By partnering with Rebelmail, companies are able to take online shopping and connecting with consumers one step further,  putting all of the essentials of online shopping into inboxes worldwide. This type of marketing allows brands to draw an even more direct line from sellers to buyers as well as better engage consumers.

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Rebelmail, an email-based marketing company, allows businesses and retailers to reach consumers right in their inboxes. The four-year-old company has recently gained investor attention that it plans to take advantage of in expanding its business.

What sets Rebel apart from company newsletters and standard advertisements is its interactive element: Consumers are offered quizzes based on goods sold, browse inventories and even order directly from emails they receive. Among some of Rebel’s biggest names are Home Depot, WeWork, Diane von Furstenberg and eBay.