Tag Archives: Google: Accelerated Mobile Pages / AMP

Twitter broadens its AMP support to include analytics

Twitter says the new AMP analytics feature will help distinguish page views happening on Twitter versus organic page views. The post Twitter broadens its AMP support to include analytics appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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AMP: A case for websites serving developing countries

As the gap in connection speeds between developed and developing nations continues to widen, columnist Alexis Sanders argues that brands can use Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) to address this gap. The post AMP: A case for websites serving developing countries appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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LaterPay offers first paywall platform for AMP pages

The German-Swiss payment infrastructure provider allows readers to maintain a running tab of per-article charges until a threshold is met. The post LaterPay offers first paywall platform for AMP pages appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Google will require AMP and canonical pages to match as of February 1, 2018

Though AMP isn't a ranking signal, non-compliant pages won't appear in Top Stories or other AMP-specific slots in search results. The post Google will require AMP and canonical pages to match as of February 1, 2018 appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) conquer the competition for shoe retailer

Accelerated Mobile Pages aren't just for publishers! Contributor Damian Rollison presents an a case study showing improved performance for local pages after implementing AMP. The post Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) conquer the competition for shoe retailer appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Google extends olive branch to publishers, lays out new focus on subscriptions

The corporate-level commitment to subscription programs comes as executives acknowledge the challenges publishers have been facing. The post Google extends olive branch to publishers, lays out new focus on subscriptions appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Google testing blue ‘instant’ AMP label in the search results

Google tries going blue with the AMP label, testing the word "instant" over "AMP." The post Google testing blue ‘instant’ AMP label in the search results appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Google releases a variety of Accelerated Mobile Pages Project (AMP) updates: scrolling animations, video analytics, fluid ad support

The scope and feature list of the open-source project continue to expand. The post Google releases a variety of Accelerated Mobile Pages Project (AMP) updates: scrolling animations, video analytics, fluid ad support appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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AMP links at large: What’s a publisher to do?

If you're a publisher that's implemented Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP), you've likely seen views on those pages coming from some unexpected sources. Contributor Barb Palser explains how AMP links get shared from a variety of platforms. The post AMP links at large: What’s a publisher to do?...

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Google rolling out support for AMP landing page in AdWords search campaigns globally

All advertisers will be able to point mobile search text ads to Accelerated Mobile Pages. The post Google rolling out support for AMP landing page in AdWords search campaigns globally appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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