Google launched a beta WordPress Plugin that empowers publishers to exploit Google’s generally new Web Stories.
Web Stories is an approach to rank at the top of Google search, Google images, Discover, and Google App.
Google Web Stories is another type of Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP). It is content that is intended to be consumed in small chunks.
Each page of a Web Story contains a maximum of 10 words. The recommended size of a Web Story is somewhere in the range of four and 30 pages.
Publishers can monetize Web Stories with affiliate links, Google Ad Manager and Google DV360 (Beta).
Web Stories are intended to be consumed by mobile users who need to consume content initially. Google describes the typical content consumer as somebody on a metro or eating.
Google Web Stories is open source and free.
Publishers are adopting the web story design because it can be featured in an appealing manner for mobile users. Web Stories represents another approach to get a lot of traffic.
I recently began seeing Web Stories on Google News and on the Google App. They are intelligent and stand out to themselves.
Google released a WordPress plugin to assist publishers with increasing more traffic through the Web Story format. The WordPress plugin and the Web Story program are both in beta.
A final version of the Web Story WordPress plugin will be released later this summer, 2020. The current version of the plugin is missing animation and page attachment support. The final version will contain all features and be smoother than the beta version.
The plugin is in beta and it doesn’t have all the features. There might be bugs in it. However, it might be valuable to make an staging site to familiarize yourself with the plugin and be prepared when the full featured plugin becomes available.
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