Best 2021, Web Story plugin for WordPress, by Google - Google Web Creators

Google Web Creators - Web Stories Creator
If you’ve boarded the Web Stories train in the last few months and are using WordPress as your website’s content management system, then chances are you’re creating stories using Web Stories for WordPress. To help you make the most out of the visual editor, here’s a roundup of all the latest and greatest features since we’ve released version 1.2 in early December (and subsequently 1.3 this week).

Monetization via Ad Manager and AdSense

Web stories monetized - web stories creators by Google
One of the best advantages of Web Stories compared to their social counterparts is that they can be monetized by you, the creator. That’s one of the reasons we consider stories primary content for your website, similar to blog posts or videos. The Web Story ad ecosystem is still emerging, but AdSense and even programmatic demand via Ad Manager is already supported. You can now enable these integrations for your stories in the plugin’s settings without any coding necessary.

Page Layouts

Page layout for web stories by web stories creators Google
Sometimes you don’t want to switch to an entirely new story template. You just want more choice for list styles, sections or covers without changing the rest of your story. To make designing and layouting stories more flexible, you can mix and match individual pages easily via the new Page Layouts section.

Basic Animations

The new built-in animations allow you to add a dynamic pinch to your Web Stories. Better yet, templates come with built-in animations beyond the basic effects. Test how one of your story pages will animate using the play button in the right bottom corner below the current page.

Border and Corner Radius

These two additions might not be as flashy as some of the other new features, but borders and border radius are basic building blocks that should make your life easier for many types of layouts.

Pre-Publish Checklist

Publish web story on your website - Google Web Creators
Remembering everything you should do as part of your Web Story creation process is a lot, even if you’ve internalized all episodes of Storytime. To help you not forget anything important, the editor now has a pre-publish checklist tab.
More details visit Google Web Creators Blog.
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