New in AMP: Position observers, fluid ads and improved analytics for video & beyond — Accelerated Mobile Pages Project — 25 نوفمبر,2017

New in AMP: Position observers, fluid ads and improved analytics for video & beyond — Accelerated Mobile Pages Project

We’re trying out something new in the place of our regular AMP Roadmap updates. This new “New in AMP” format focuses on actionable updates. We’re also continuing to update the AMP Roadmap to reflect progress, and we will keep a section in this post dedicated to talking about where we’re heading next. But now, on […]

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Start fast with new AMP Start templates — Accelerated Mobile Pages Project —

Start fast with new AMP Start templates — Accelerated Mobile Pages Project

Two of the core pillars of the Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) Project are speed and a great user experience on the web. That said, the AMP Project also cares about making the process of building webpages faster and easier. That’s why we created AMP Start, a library of fully-featured templates and common page elements built […]

بواسطة Start fast with new AMP Start templates — Accelerated Mobile Pages Project

AMP Roadmap Update for Q2 — Accelerated Mobile Pages Project —

AMP Roadmap Update for Q2 — Accelerated Mobile Pages Project

We’ve updated the AMP Roadmap with our new projects and progress on existing priorities. Specifically we are focusing on format, analytics and ads improvements. Highlights from these areas below. Format We’re doubling down on e-commerce, engagement, and developer tools this quarter, with big features in all three targeting completion by the end of June. amp-bind, […]

بواسطة AMP Roadmap Update for Q2 — Accelerated Mobile Pages Project

Bringing the speed of AMP to search & display ads — Accelerated Mobile Pages Project —

Bringing the speed of AMP to search & display ads — Accelerated Mobile Pages Project

The following was posted on Google’s Inside AdWords Blog by Jerry Dischler, Vice President, Product Management, Google. Succeeding on mobile starts with getting the basics right. People choose brands that meet their needs instantly and seamlessly. That means no matter how great your site looks, if it loads slowly, users will leave and you’ll miss […]

بواسطة Bringing the speed of AMP to search & display ads — Accelerated Mobile Pages Project

Growing the AMP Ads Initiative — Accelerated Mobile Pages Project —

Growing the AMP Ads Initiative — Accelerated Mobile Pages Project

We launched the AMP Ads Initiative last year with the ambitious goal of fixing ad experiences on the web by bringing the speed and performance of AMP to advertising. AMP Ads are faster, lighter and more secure — loading up to 5 seconds faster than regular ads on AMP pages — making them more viewable […]

بواسطة Growing the AMP Ads Initiative — Accelerated Mobile Pages Project

Start fast with new AMP Start templates — Accelerated Mobile Pages Project —

Start fast with new AMP Start templates — Accelerated Mobile Pages Project

Two of the core pillars of the Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) Project are speed and a great user experience on the web. That said, the AMP Project also cares about making the process of building webpages faster and easier. That’s why we created AMP Start, a library of fully-featured templates and common page elements built […]

بواسطة Start fast with new AMP Start templates — Accelerated Mobile Pages Project

AMP: Two years of user-first webpages — Accelerated Mobile Pages Project —

AMP: Two years of user-first webpages — Accelerated Mobile Pages Project

It’s hard to believe it’s been two years since publishers and platforms came together to launch the open source Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) Project. Speed and user experience remain more important than ever across the web, with 53% of mobile site visits abandoned for pages taking longer than 3 seconds to load. In two years […]

بواسطة AMP: Two years of user-first webpages — Accelerated Mobile Pages Project