The question is, "Is Google Web Stories replacing AMP?" Maybe. However, there is a difference between Web Stories and AMP. While Telephone Number List the former is actually an HTML page (the standard language for documents designed to be displayed in a web browser), AMP Telephone Number List pages connect to an equivalent web page. Thus, despite being built using the AMP framework, Web Stories are different. But how? Let's go buy The goal of AMP Stories, introduced in 2018, is described as "visual storytelling for the open web" and Telephone Number List immersive and performative experience for readers.
Plus, it's free and available to everyone, can be implemented on AMP and non-AMP pages (seems to focus on mobile platforms), and supports Telephone Number List multiple media formats like videos, gifs, audios, and animations. When reviewing the guide "Create your first Web Story", the first thing you can see is that you will need a developer or the necessary knowledge to Telephone Number List implement it. The advertising options seem very customizable and easy to implement on a third-party platform with an ad server like Google Ad Manager. Now looking at Google Web Stories, the goal of this new solution seems to be more or less the same, but it Telephone Number List emphasizes ownership of stories.
It allows complete control of the story format with the ability to customize it for mobile and web platforms. The solution also makes it Telephone Number List possible for pages to be found on some Google platforms, such as the Search and Discover story carousel (currently available in the US, India, and Brazil). They basically have the same implementation of Telephone Number List AMP for advertising and also put a lot of emphasis on better monetization. Last but not least, it has a visual editor builder as I mentioned before. It means you don't Telephone Number List need to code anything to create your story (10 more points to Gryffindor!).