- Oct 08, 2020
Google Releases Six Reasons why your Web Story might get Rejected
someone who has recently seen a blocking of your web stories by Google? Then do
not worry since Google has released a set of rules that will save your web
stories from being blocked by Google. If done the right way, Google Web Stories
is a feature that will help in bringing in more traffic to your website.
Let us look at the six different guidelines released by Google for an effective web story :
1. Copyright Content
Any content that appears to go against the copyright, will be debarred from the web stories. Hence, it is advisable to create content that is unique and 100% genuine.
2. Too Much Cluster
Google states that web stories with too many words in their content might not feature in the web stories. Focus on creating text under 180 words and video content having a length of fewer than 60 seconds.
3. Poor Quality
In addition to the above point, Google will not entertain low quality of images and videos when it comes to web stories.
4. Missing the Narrative Aspect
The basic premise of web stories is related to the narrative aspect. If the narrative structure seems missing, then the web stories are likely to be blocked.
Stories that tend to be incomplete will fail to create an impact on the audience. Focus on creating complete stories.
6. Highly Commercialised
If the highlight of your web stories revolves around advertising, then the same is likely to get rejected by Google.
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