AMP Conf 2018. Feb 13/14. Amsterdam.
AMP Conf. Feb 13/14.

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Twitter uses AMP to improve reading experience, enables publishers to...

Editor’s note: This post is authored by Ben Ward, Product Manager for AMP & Publisher Platform, Twitter. Read more about their support for AMP article...

The Total Economic Impact™ of AMP across publishers and e-commerce

Speed equals revenue on the web, especially mobile. In fact, studies have shown even 100ms delays in page load time correlate with lower conversion rates. To better...

An AMP Paywall and Subscription Model for All Publishers

The following was posted on LaterPay’s Blog by Cosmin Ene, CEO, LaterPay. A majority of mobile users will not wait longer than 3 seconds for a page to load...

AMP Conf 2018: Turning Amsterdam into AMPsterdam

Last year over 300 developers came together to learn and share about the latest in AMP at AMP Conf in NYC. Since then we’ve had many new developments and uses of AMP...

AMP: Two years of user-first webpages

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...

Start fast with new AMP Start templates

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...

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