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Raihan Ali
Jun 29, 2022
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The Internet is an environment in which communities of content creators and content consumers coexist and interact with each other. Every content ecosystem should deliver a seamless experience. One of the most powerful ecosystems on the web is WordPress! When a regular internet user hears the word “WordPress”, they immediately associate it with a blogging platform. However, WordPress has never stopped evolving since its debut in 2003 and nowadays it powers websites and SaaS systems in a wide variety of niches. This is reflected in the 60% of the CMS market that WordPress has and the fact that nearly 33% of online websites are powered by them. That means there are millions of users posting and custom t shirts consuming content on WordPress! Even if the content creators do an impeccable job on WordPress, chances are that if the mobile experience is somehow slow and diminished by extra JavaScript or theme optimization limitations, users won't get not the desired experience and will walk away from it. Enter Google AMP , an open source project started 3 years ago with the goal of delivering website content quickly. Since website speed is one of the main SEO ranking factors, and knowing that 53% of visitors will leave your website if it takes more than 3 seconds to load, a faster WordPress website with Google AMP will definitely increase your conversion rates. For this reason, in this article, we invite you to read everything you need to know about AMP and how you can implement it to deliver a flawless WordPress experience on mobile devices. What is MPA? The AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) project is an open source project born out of the need for a comprehensive mobile content ecosystem that could be enhanced by everyone, including publishers, consumer platforms, advertisers, creators and users. For content-rich websites, it is increasingly difficult to present their content faster on mobile devices. AMP can solve this problem by using the bare minimum of HTML and limited JavaScript. With this, your content is hosted on Google AMP Cache and then the cached version is instantly presented to users when they click on the search results link.
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