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Showcase Your Craft Skills With a Web Stories Blog

Share your work world in the all new Web Stories format.
Manali Oak
A professional artist or a lover of arts & crafts and planning to go online and reach a wider audience? You are at the right place. You have shared your work on social media pages, though, these give you a limited audience of only friends.
How about showcasing your work to a global audience, on the open web? And that too in the enticing Web Stories format.
Write how-to stories, create craft work albums, include how-to videos, compile photos or videos of your artworks and put them into Stories.
Owing to the format, your content will stand out and engage users much more effectively.
What's different about Web Stories (also known as AMP Stories), you may wonder. They are a content format backed by Google's AMP technology. They are fast-loading, visually engaging, mobile-focused, user-first.
They are search engine-friendly (indexed by search engines, searchable and rankable on the web). They feature in a dedicated section on Google's 1st page.
Visual Stories can help you. It gives you a no-code solution to start a blog that harnesses Web Stories as its content format.
Want to know the easy and quick way to create Web Stories?
The blog you start will be a PWA and you don't have to worry about its setup, hosting and maintenance. The technical implementation is handled by Visual Stories team while you can focus on creating visual content.
You can upload your own images and videos of your artwork in the Stories. Create Stories using the Visual Story Builder, a feature-rich, WYSIWYG tool that comes with a media library of music and millions of images at your disposal.
The introduction of AdSense ads in Web Stories has opened up an additional revenue source.
The Web Stories format is soon to rule the Internet and it's time to grab the opportunity to expand your reach and gain a loyal following on the web.
So, instead of keeping your art and craft skills confined to social media platforms, showcase them on the open web through a Web Stories.
Why wait? Start flaunting your art and craft skills by starting a Web Stories blog in the all new web stories format.
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