I'm wondering if anyone knows if HP (and it's niche sites) have any plans to integrate Google AMP? You've probably seen it in searches. I've included a logo below as a visual.
I'm asking because more and more, Google is putting a premium on sites using AMP. They like it because the post loads faster. I'm including a link to Search Engine Land for more insight. Apologies if this question was asked already. I searched but couldn't find it.
http://searchengineland.com/library/goo … mp-project
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