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Decide Your Web Story's Purpose

Web stories engage audiences, but first define your purpose. Are you educating, entertaining, or promoting? Knowing your goal helps craft a good story for your audience.

Plan Your Web Story Structure

Structure your story for engagement. Outline the flow, including intro, key points, and conclusion. Break it into bite-sized, easy-to-view slides with smooth transitions.

Create Visually Appealing Slides

Visuals complement your narrative. Use HD, relevant images, videos, or graphics. Experiment with layouts, fonts, and colors for a cohesive, attention-grabbing design.

Create Clear and Quick Copy

Make concise, compelling copy supporting your visuals and conveying your message effectively. Use clear language, breaking longer paras into small for easy mobile reading.

Make for Mobile Viewing

Web stories are for mobile, so optimize for smaller screens. Ensure visuals and text will be made for mobile devices. Consider interactive elements like swipe gestures or taps.

Test and Refine Your Story

Before publishing, test across devices and platforms. Identify layout, functionality, or UX issues and refine. Gather feedback to ensure your story makes the desired impact.

Promote and Share Your Story

Share your story via social media, email, or website to drive traffic. Encourage audience engagement and sharing to maximize reach.