💡 Helpful tips to create highly engaging stories to improve your site experience based on what we’ve learned works well in our private beta.
Create sandwiches 🥪
Mix and match between series of images and bite sized videos to keep people engaged (i.e. ~2 pics:1 video:2 pics:1 video…repeat).
Keep it fast to keep attention 👁️
We recommend you create stories that capture the audience’s attention from the first frame and use speed (~5-8 sec chapter dwell) to keep their attention. We also recommend no more than 3-5 chapters per story.
Show > Tell 📺
Focus on featuring real people, benefiting from using your product. Avoid text to optimize content for browsability/digestion. UGC, PR clips typically work well here to create trust and credibility.
Amplify what works w/ Kahani 📣
Use Kahani to get visitors to see what you want to show them in just a few taps. Leverage knowledge of top forming ads, best sellers, or highly-engaged site content to persuade your audience to buy and/or address concerns.
Be your buyer 🛍️
Think about where your buyer is in their journey, what they saw/did before, and what they need to see/do next to make a purchasing decision.
Use an Obvious Call-to-Action 🅰️
Using a clear call-to-action in your chapters encourages a user to take action. Make sure to use Call-to-actions that relate to your overall goal. For example, with a chapter that has a specific product “shop now” will help drive users to the product page to learn more.
Create at least 3 stories per collection 📖
Create 4-6 chapters per story 👂
Base your stories off of what already works for your site 💥
Use your main product buckets
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