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Robiul Islam
Jun 28, 2022
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Web Stories for WordPress is a new plugin developed by Google. The plugin lets you create full-screen, actionable and engaging visual stories powered by AMP technology. The installation process of the Web Stories for WordPress plugin is simple. Go to the official website, download the .zip file, then in WordPress select Plugins > Add New > Upload Plugin . I have now spent many hours testing Google's Web Stories for WordPress plugin. There were a lot of hurdles along the way that I struggled to find answers to at the time. This article outlines nine areas I wish I had learned more about before diving Banner Design in head first. These are tips that would undoubtedly save hours in the Web Story creation process from an SEO perspective. So far, I have personally developed two web stories with the WordPress plugin that are live on my site and are getting decent results from Google Search and Discover Feed. Here are my must-have SEO tips when creating web stories on WordPress. Advertising Continue reading below 1. Lack of quality control: A recipe for index exclusion Before I explicitly focus on the Web Stories for WordPress plugin tips, I wanted to make an important note about maintaining content quality with your Web Stories. Due to the resemblance to social media stories, I foresee a lot of mistakes made by site owners. Think of a web story like any other web page on your site. Ask yourself the question: "Would Google be happy to use resources to index?" If you are using non-original content with low-quality media, I wouldn't be surprised if Google decides to ignore that content in search. So, if you are having indexing issues, take a good look at your web history and reassess it. Now let's get to the advice you're here for. 2. Google Site Kit: The Simple Answer to Google Analytics Tracking If you're not a developer, you won't want to bother trying to set up Google Analytics tracking for your web stories. Advertising Continue reading below It's WordPress, it really shouldn't be that hard. But he is. Because the Web Stories for WordPress plugin is still in beta, it's not perfect. In fact, it is far from it. Hence the obstacles I encountered along the way when creating my first Web Story. To get Google Analytics tracking up and running for my Web Stories, I used Google's Site Kit plugin. A minor setup with Google Tag Manager (creating a separate AMP tag) and I was good to go. google site kit google tag manager web stories wordpress analytics tracking
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