RebelMouse, which has gone live in beta, wants to enable everyone to aggregate his or her own social media posts into a constantly updating personal website. It’s an area founder Paul Berry is familiar with, since he previously was chief technology officer of the Huffington Post.

Users log in with their Twitter or Facebook account. RebelMouse uses existing social posts to create a site, including things like name, photo, biographies and some information about their followers. The resulting layout can be rearranged and customized.

Besides combating the problem of keeping a personal site fresh, RebelMouse also shows visitor statistics including pageviews, clicks and reach, useful information that alternatives like Tumblr and Pinterest don’t yet offer.

Joining RebelMouse is free. Custom domain names are $3 a month for individuals or $3 a week. The company intends to monetize by introducing ecommerce capabilities and sponsored content.

Related links:

RebelMouse – official site

Betabeat – RebelMouse, Former HuffPo CTO Paul Berry’s New Startup, Debuts Today

Mashable – Startup Rebel Mouse Wants to be the Social Web’s Front Page

The Verge – RebelMouse turns your social streams into a dynamic personal homepage

GigaOm – Ex-Huffpo CTO launches RebelMouse, a social publishing platform