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Do you need AMP?

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Are you thinking as to why you should go with AMP or accelerated mobile pages? Then in this article, we are going to discuss the benefits of using accelerated mobile pages. We will make it really simple for you to understand so that you do not hesitate and make a better position. Let us get through this article and explore the possibilities of accelerated mobile pages. Let us begin.

However, before we begin latest simply explain what AMP stands for? It is simply a free and open source Framework that allows you to create mobile pages that are able to deliver contents easily and quickly. It contains the HTML, JavaScript, and the cache libraries which help to promote the speed of mobile pages. This is really helpful if your content is embedded in form of infographics, audio files, PDF and even video files.

So do you really need AMP?

The short answer for this would be that it depends on. However, no matter what business you are in if you are online then this new technology has the capability to turn around your business on its heads.

Speeding website loading

This is one of the most obvious reasons as to why you would be using AMP. This particular open source technology will help to eliminate useless elements that slow down your page load. It is clean, slick and really fast. This has been proven a long time ago that higher page speeds bring in more visitors every single time.

Increase in mobile ranking

Do not mistake AMP to be a ranking factor by itself. However, it does exert a positive influence on your mobile ranking because of its faster load time. If Google decides to prioritize AMPs, then it will surely have a direct impact on your ranking on Google and other search engines as well.

Server performance enhancing

If your site is able to generate lots of traffic from mobile, AMP will reduce the load on the servers and improve their performances.

Concerns

From the above positive sides of AMP, there are some concerns regarding it. Number 1 issue is the reduction in the ad revenue. Because of the factor of mobile connectivity, the ads revenue is severely limited. It is not easy to put on lots of ads and then expect AMP run easily on the pages. Another issue with that is of analytics. Google Analytics is yet to come live on the AMP pages.  It takes a lot of time for the placement and to collect and analyze the data too.

The above-mentioned points show you the positive and negative of the AMP.  It is now up to you whether you want to implement this new open source technology on your online efforts. The future of this technology is bright with some niggles. The issues will go away soon and it will be implemented on the largest scale. Therefore, to be on a safer side it is recommended to implement it as soon as possible.