Hey guys, remember that AMP thing we had mentioned months ago? Well, it’s finally happening! TatRing is the first site we are testing this feature with (others soon to follow.) Check out our blog for the full deets.
Fast loading pages have been a concern of mine since forever. I personally wind up using a lot of videos on my pages, and I'm sure too many of them slow load time.
I’m glad to hear of this. Images add a lot to articles but they slow down the page load if too many or too large. I reduce my image size as much as I can with this in mind.
Wesman, I’ve read that embedded videos don’t slow down page loading time.
This is great news, I'm been looking forward to this feature for a very long time.
Did I read that right? AMP only works for AdSense-only users, but does not work for HP Ad Program users?
Edit. Whoops, never mind. I have vision issues. List said "ineligible ", not "eligible ".
Thanks for the update Samantha, I wrote to Paul about this early October wondering if the tests went well. Glad to know it's being taken a step further.
Once you've perfected the code, lease it to Facebook; they desperately need it.
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