Google: Accelerated Mobile Pages / AMP

Do or die? Session recap from SMX West

The “AMP: Do or Die?” session at SMX West covered the hot topic of Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP). AMP is the Google-backed project designed to speed up web pages on mobile devices. Google has actively been pushing adoption of AMP but due to the many challenges inherent to migrating to AMP, adoption has been slow. …

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Google working to integrate AMP benefits into future open web standards

Google continues to make major investments in improving the performance of and user experience on the web. This has been primarily through the Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) framework, which was first launched in 2015 and has been aggressively developed, promoted, and integrated into publishing platforms ever since. Initially viewed as another proprietary format (even though …

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Google AMP team launches ‘Render on Idle’ to load ads faster when browsers sit idle

Google’s AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) team has launched a new feature called Render on Idle that is designed to increase ad impressions per page by speeding up ad load when a user isn’t taking any action in a browser. Render on Idle is available to publishers using the DoubleClick AMP ad tag or any ad …

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