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What You Need to Know About Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMPs) – Whiteboard Friday – Moz
You may have heard the term “AMPs” thrown around lately. What exactly are Accelerated Mobile Pages, what do they mean for search, and how can you prepare for it all?
In this week’s British Whiteboard Friday, Will Critchlow and Tom Anthony of Distilled lay out all the important details…More at http://moz.com
Accelerated Mobile Pages Project – AMP
The Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) Project is an open source initiative that makes it easy for publishers to create mobile-friendly content once and have it load instantly everywhere. – AMP
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The AMP Project is an open-source initiative aiming to make the web better for all. The project enables the creation of websites and ads that are consistently fast, beautiful and high-performing across devices and distribution platforms.
AMP is built thanks to a deep collaboration with thousands of developers, publishers and websites, distribution platforms and tech companies.
More than 1.5B AMP pages have been published to date and 100+ leading analytics, ad tech and CMS providers support the AMP format…More at http://ampproject.org
The Definitive Guide to Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP)
It’s time to speed up your mobile pages.
When Google launched the mobile friendliness update and eventually made it one of the mobile search engine ranking factors, site owners began looking forward to a faster mobile experience.
It’s good to optimize your pages for mobile users. However, if the mobile browser pages aren’t loading quickly, that’s a hiccup that can discourage users from enjoying your content…More at http://neilpatel.com
Should You Be Using Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMPs)?
What, exactly, are the advantages to offering Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMPs)? And do you really need to be using them?
Should You Be Using Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMPs)? Pexels.com
In search engine optimization (SEO), there’s a fairly even split between the subjective value of your site…More at http://forbes.com