How to run Google Web Stores in WordPress.



Google Web Stories is a new way to gain more traffic.  Stories are a series of images and other types of content that together tell a story to the viewers.  So if you also want to add a story to your WordPress site, you can do so with the help of Google's official WordPress plugin.  First of all let us know what Google Web Stories is and how to create Google Web Stories on your WordPress site.

Google has introduced Beta WordPress plugins that enable publishers to take advantage of Google's new web stores.

What is Google Web Stores?

Google Web Stories is a new kind of Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP).  This is content that is used in small amounts.

 Web Story contains at most 10 words per page.  Web Story has a recommended size of 30 pages.
 Publishers can monitor Web Stories with affiliate links from Google Ad Manager and Google DV360 (Beta).

 Web Stories is used for mobile users who want to consume content at a glance.

 Google Web Stories is open source and free.

What are the benefits of Google Web Stores?

Publishers are adopting web story format as it can be featured in an attractive way for mobile users.  Web Stories offers a new way to drive traffic.

Web Stores is a way to rank Google Search, Google Images, Discover, and Google App.

Snackable Content.

Snackable content is straightforward, short-form, easily digestible content.  Google Snackable content is allowed for Web Story.

 Video is longer than 15 seconds and has subtitles.

 Google specifies whether the video was shot in portrait mode or in landscape mode.  This will display the full screen on the mobile device.

Captions are required in all videos so that users can use them while watching videos.  This is done so that if the user is in a public place such as a public place where the sound of the video is not heard, then use the help of caption so that his attention is not diverted to the other side.

 Google recommends that text fonts be 24 in size and not more than 200 characters per page.

You can make long form content available as an attachment link.  This is a great feature because it provides the publisher with an excellent way to attract viewers to read your content through a web story.

How to create web stores with the help of WordPress plugins?

Creating Web Stories on a WordPress site is easy.  You simply need to install the official Google Web Stories plugin.  And don't forget to read Google's documentation to get your story ready for the search engine.

After installing the plugin, go to Editor Settings and fill in the required details.  If you want to know more about web story then you can go to template section and explore.

 You simply click on the Use template and it will open with the editor template.  Now you can use various tools to adopt the story of your choice.
Follow these steps to create your web story:

Open Web Store plugins:

After installing the plugin, you can start a new story by clicking Create New Story in the Web Stories Dashboard.  You can also start your new story by clicking on WordPress menu> Stories> Add New.

Introduce the web store interface:

When creating a new story, the interface will open with a blank template.  On the left-hand side, you will see the assets manager with the images and materials uploaded for the story.  The icon will open the text tab and triangle shapes.

Number the image to ship the Rigat-Hind side:

Click on the Blue Upload button to open the image.  Double click on the image to add a canvas.  You will notice that the setting on the right hand side has changed.  Here you will see the properties and design options for each item.  This will vary from type to type.  This text will have different options from image.

Get accustomed to the interface:

If you've ever used any of these tools, you'll love the Web Stories WordPress plugin.  You can align, rotate, layer text, change text type and color, and much more.  You can work here with images, illustrations, text, video, etc.

Now let's try to create a simple web store.

To get started, open a new story and upload an image.  Clicking on the image will take you to a blue line around the image.  This will allow you to scale, rotate and zoom the image.  To view the full view of the image, you can double click on the image and fix your image to make it look better.

Add Text in your web store.

Click on T in the left-hand corner to go to the Text tab.  Here you will see different sizes.  It is based on regular HTML headings, so the name is the best h1 and the paragraph gets P.  Isliye ise use wisely.  Add your title to h1 and subheadings to h2 or something else.  Use paragraphs for your paragraphs.  This way your web content will follow regular guidelines.

Colors, fillings and alignment.

You can easily color your text whatever you want.  You can add headings to your image by clicking on Heading 1.  With it, you can drag and drop text wherever you want.

Add a new page to your web store.

To add a new page to your story, click the + button at the bottom of the screen.  If you want to duplicate the current page, you can click on the duplicate page and use it as a template on the next screen.

Link to the site.

The special thing about Web Stories is that you can link to your own content for free. Simply click on the element and add the link.  Use the link in a limited number.

Metadata Fill in and publish it.

After completing the web story, you can test it by clicking on preview.  After you publish your story, you'll need to add some metadata to improve your story. According to Google, you need a valid web story.  Click on the document to fill in the logo, cover image, excerpt and other permalink and publish your story.

 The Web Stories plugin will ask you to add a new post for this story.  If you want to add a new post, you can click on the button and embed your new story.
 This is an example of a simple story that we have created to help you understand how to create Web Stories.  Iske alawa aur bhi
 There are so many cool things you can do here.

Keep in mind.

Web stories are a cool and new addition to our content that is a completely different tool for a completely different goal.  Of course, a web story may not be useful for everyone, but you can take advantage of this possibility if you find it useful.  It's easy to get started but it's very powerful.

 Here are some things to keep in mind when creating your story:

Make sure the URL of your store is available in your XML stamp.

Let Google digitize your schema structured data to understand your store as such (you can do this with the help of Just Hundred).

Make sure your story is valuable and of high quality.

 You can add ads to a limited number.

 Do not add too many links to outside sources as this creates distractions.

 Make your story short and sweet (Google recommends 5-30 pages, 10-20 words per page)

 Don't use too much text on the page.

 Use alt text for image accessibility

 Video is ideal for stories but keep it short.

 And as Google has written in its SEO for Web Stories post:
 Do all the SEO things you can for another page of your website.  If this helps you rank your non-story page, it may also work for your 8th story.

 One word that comes to your mind in this poor post is this: A short story will be valuable and attractive in appearance.  This will allow you to understand what your audience prefers to see and in what format.  This is new, so there are no rules to let you know.  Luckily, Google's Web Stories plugin for WordPress makes creating web stories a joy.

 Don't forget to test your story in the AMP Tool to find out if your story is eligible for search results.



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