After several trial and error, we’ve finally figured out Facebook Instant Articles. These are fast-loading links to your website that provides a better experience to your mobile readers. If you’re a blogger and new to this, or haven’t even heard of this, join our Instant Articles 101 Webinar on October 28 to know more.

What will be covered in the webinar?

This virtual lecture-demo will include a discussion of Instant Articles Basics.
✔️ What is Instant Articles?
✔️ What are the pros and cons?
✔️ How to get started?
✔️ How to design templates?
✔️ How to code with HTML tags?
✔️ How to format the markup?
✔️ How to publish and revise?

Example of Instant Articles published on Facebook

Who can join this webinar?

Any small publisher (e.g. blogger) who shares their website links on Facebook and is willing to spend 1.5 hours on a lecture-demo. For this learning session, you need to download the Zoom conferencing tool and have fast internet for quality broadcast.

How can I prepare for the session?

Download and install Zoom on your laptop or mobile phone and create your account as necessary. (Mobile users can download from the Google Play Store.)

If you have specific questions that you want answered during the webcast, you can send them to us in advance through our Facebook page.

1. For best quality of the broadcast, we recommend that you use an earphone and connect to fast internet to avoid buffering.
2. Please login to the session at least 5 minutes before schedule, so you can address technical issues if there are.
3. Mute your phones upon joining to avoid background noise.

Sign Up and Join

Sign up below, so we can remind you on the day of the webinar. On October 28, you can join the session by logging in to Zoom through this link. And then enter the password: dyanlang.



ArisMape is a travel insider at ABS-CBN's Choose Philippines. He loves orange, halo-halo, and PowerPoint, and hates beef, slow internet, and long taxi lines. His pastime is watching people watch other people. He swears on the power of smartphone. His half-life? Thirty.