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HTMLBasicTutor 09-12-2016 08:48 AM

AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages)
 
This will be a reference thread for Google's AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) project. As Google plans to implement AMP into their search results it's time to learn all about AMP.

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The Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) Project is an open source initiative that embodies the vision that publishers can create mobile optimized content once and have it load instantly everywhere.
Official Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) Project website

HTMLBasicTutor 09-12-2016 08:52 AM

What is AMP?
 
First of all you need to learn what AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) are.

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...Accelerated Mobile Pages are HTML pages that take advantage of various technical approaches to prioritize speed and a faster experience for users by loading content almost instantaneously...
Learn more by reading Google Webmaster Central's What is AMP? post.
September 12, 2016

HTMLBasicTutor 09-14-2016 08:23 AM

How to get started with Accelerated Mobile Pages
 
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Interested in Accelerated Mobile Pages but not sure how to get started? AMPlifying your site for lightning speed might be easier than you think.

If you use a Content Management System (CMS) like WordPress, Drupal, or Hatena, getting set up on AMP is as simple as installing and activating a plug-in. Each CMS has a slightly different approach to AMPlifying pages, so itís worth checking with your provider on how to get started.

On the other hand, if your site uses custom HTML, or you want to learn how AMP works under the hood, then check out the AMP Codelab for a guided, hands-on coding experience designed to take you through the process of developing your first pages.
Continued: Google Webmaster Central Blog How to get started with Accelerated Mobile Pages
September 14, 2016

HTMLBasicTutor 09-26-2016 08:29 AM

How can Google Search Console help you AMPlify your site?
 
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If you have recently implemented Accelerated Mobile Pages on your site, itís a great time to check which of your AMP pages Google has found and indexed by using Search Console.

Search Console is a free service that helps you monitor and maintain your site's presence in Google Search, including any Accelerated Mobile Pages. You don't have to sign up for Search Console for your AMP pages to be included in Google Search results, but doing so can help you understand which of your AMP pages are eligible to show in search results...
How can Google Search Console help you AMPlify your site?
September 16, 2016

HTMLBasicTutor 09-26-2016 08:35 AM

How to best evaluate issues with your Accelerated Mobile Pages
 
Having problems indexing your AMP pages? Here is some help to evaluate any issues you may have with your AMP pages:
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As you #AMPlify your site with Accelerated Mobile Pages, itís important to keep an eye periodically on the validation status of your pages, as only valid AMP pages are eligible to show on Google Search.

When implementing AMP, sometimes pages will contain errors causing them to not be indexed by Google Search. Pages may also contain warnings that are elements that are not best practice or are going to become errors in the future...
How to best evaluate issues with your Accelerated Mobile Pages
September 19, 2016

HTMLBasicTutor 09-26-2016 08:37 AM

8 tips to AMPlify your clients
 
8 tips for converting your client sites to AMP:
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Here is our list of the top 8 things to consider when helping your clients AMPlify their websites (and staying ahead of their curiosity!) after our announcement to expand support for Accelerated Mobile Pages...
8 tips to AMPlify your clients
September 21, 2016

HTMLBasicTutor 09-29-2016 09:46 AM

How to set up Analytics on your AMP pages
 
You have built your AMP pages, now you need to track their performance. Here is a post from Google Developers blog how to do that:
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...You can choose to use a solution like amp-pixel that behaves like a simple tracking pixel. It uses a single URL that allows variable substitutions, so itís very customizable. See the amp-pixel documentation for more detail.

The amp-analytics component, on the other hand, is a powerful solution that recognizes many types of event triggers to help you collect specific metrics. Since amp-analytics is supported by multiple analytics providers, this means you can use amp-analytics to configure multiple endpoints and data sets. AMP then manages all of the instrumentation to come up with the data specified and shares it with these analytics solution providers...
How to set up Analytics on your AMP pages

HTMLBasicTutor 09-29-2016 09:49 AM

How to set up Ads on your AMP Pages
 
Want to monetize your AMP pages? Here is how to add ads from the Google Developer Blog:
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...Ads in AMP are delivered using the amp-ad component. Using this component you can configure your ads in a number of ways such as the width, length, layout mode and ad loading strategy. Different ad networks might allow even more options...
How to set up Ads on your AMP Pages

HTMLBasicTutor 10-14-2016 09:47 AM

AMP testing tool
 
Create your AMP pages and then test them with Google's AMP testing tool:
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Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) is a great way to make content on your website accessible in an extremely fast way. To help ensure that your AMP implementation is working as expected , Search Console now has an enhanced AMP testing tool.
Using AMP? Try our new webpage tester - Official Google Webmaster Central Blog
October 13, 2016

memodorial 12-05-2016 04:33 PM

English Google AMP & PWA office-hours with Paul Bakaus
 
Scheduled for Dec 14, 2016

Join us for a technical overview of using Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) to build Progressive Web Apps (PWA) with Paul Bakaus (@pbakaus), Google Developer Advocate in a special Google Webmaster Central office hours hangout.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rSppgN12bZ8

memodorial 12-05-2016 09:25 PM

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Today we are announcing a change to the domain scheme of the Google AMP Cache. Beginning soon, the Google AMP Cache will serve each site from its own subdomain of https://cdn.ampproject.org. This change will allow content served from the Google AMP Cache to be protected by the fundamental security model of the web: the HTML5 origin.
Continued at: AMP CACHE UPDATES (December 5, 2016)

memodorial 01-20-2017 07:35 PM

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March 7/8 in NYC. 14 Talks. 5 Panels. Live-streamed.
Connect with the AMP developers and ecosystem and learn how to create beautiful, interactive, responsive and successful AMP pages. Join us if you're a web developer or designer interested in AMP, either in the livestream or in person for chock-full two days of content.
Slot Reservation

snakeair 02-04-2017 04:54 AM

New default placeholders for ads in*AMP
 
Incase you didn't notice.....

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We want to share a somewhat small but visually impactful feature that we are planning to launch on AMP.

Content loads incredibly fast on AMP pages, but traditional ads often load relatively slowly. This leaves blank areas on publisher pages, which is a poor reading experience for the user as it can feel like the page is missing content.
To deliver faster, lighter and more secure ads that are as fast as your AMP content, consider switching over to AMP Ads.

In the meantime, in order to address the issue of blank ad spaces, weíve added two default features to every ad placement on AMP pages. If an ad does not have a publisher-configured placeholder, AMP will automatically add:
Continued at: https://amphtml.wordpress.com/2017/0...or-ads-in-amp/

memodorial 02-04-2017 09:32 AM

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Originally Posted by snakeair (Post 2279761)
Incase you didn't notice.....

snakeair, please join AMP topic in coding section next time, because it will be a lot easier for newbies join AMP development if they will find most important information documented in 1 place :)

snakeair 02-04-2017 09:41 AM

Just moved it. I just noticed this tweet on twitter and I am little lost.

https://twitter.com/denharsh/status/...395456/photo/1

memodorial 02-04-2017 10:08 AM

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Originally Posted by snakeair (Post 2279773)
Just moved it. I just noticed this tweet on twitter and I am little lost.
https://twitter.com/denharsh/status/...395456/photo/1

That's why google recommends responsive design. There is no related problem when entire website is coded with AMP framework

HTMLBasicTutor 02-12-2017 10:35 AM

Whatís in an AMP URL?
 
If you are confused about urls and AMP perhaps this post from the Google Developers Blog will help:
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...explain the reasoning behind some of the technical decisions we made and make sense of the different kinds of AMP URLs that exist. I'll then outline changes we are making to address the concerns around URLs. ...
What’s in an AMP URL?
February 6, 2017

memodorial 02-17-2017 11:35 PM

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In this post, I will cover how to setup Google Analytics tracking on AMP pages with Google Tag manager.
[27 January 2017]

Tracking AMP pages with Google Analytics and Tag Manager

HTMLBasicTutor 03-03-2017 07:49 AM

Using AMP? A known bug is probably screwing up your Google Analytics
 
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Originally Posted by memodorial (Post 2281518)

Seems there is a bug with AMP and Google Analytics
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Issue can cause visitors to be overcounted, single sessions to be divided into separate ones, and more.

If you are using the Google-backed Accelerated Mobile Pages, there appears to be an excellent chance that those AMP pages are not being tracked correctly, if you use Google Analytics.

Christian Oliveira, a technical SEO consultant, posted a long, technical explanation of the issues AMP is giving with proper tracking in Google Analytics. Malte Ubi, Googleís technical lead for the AMP project, confirmed the problems and that they have no easy solution, in tweets today...
Using AMP? A known bug is probably screwing up your Google Analytics
March 2, 2017

memodorial 03-03-2017 05:18 PM

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Originally Posted by HTMLBasicTutor (Post 2283287)
Seems there is a bug with AMP and Google Analytics

Using AMP? A known bug is probably screwing up your Google Analytics
March 2, 2017

Speaking about analytics bug, I have noticed that disabling 'known search engines' doesn't display correct results for AMP pages. And the filter, when disabling your own IP doesn't seems to work too.
However Analytics eventually will be updated, more info in AMP roadmap

Also, for those who haven't noticed official AMP design is renewed


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