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    What are your thoughts on accelerated mobile pages (AMP)?

    What are your thoughts on accelerated mobile pages (AMP)?

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    Accelerated Mobile Pages or AMP is an Open-source coding standard that is developed to allow web pages on mobile phones to load faster. AMP enables publishers to take heavy and clunky web pages and streamline them. To effectively run these AMP sites, a thin version of HTML is included rather than the bulky website version. This slim line of code allows sites to load faster in smaller spaces, such as your smartphones.

    the greatest advantage of Accelerated Mobile Pages is quick loading web pages.

    It is pretty evident that the future is mobile, and Google is an advocate of this idea too. So if your website is mobile-friendly, Google caches these sites quicker thus improving your ranking.

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    Accelerated Mobile Pages is an open-source coding standard for publishers. it can be used to load their sites quickly on mobile. AMP was just for User Experience. Now, Google has backed it up and is encouraging websites to follow suit. Much like how they heralded Schema.org and laid-low Dublin Core for Metadata

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    AMP stands for “Accelerated Mobile Pages.” It is an Open Source Framework that was launched as a joint initiative by Google and several other technology and publishing companies. With AMP, it is possible to create simple mobile websites that load almost instantly.
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