Join Patrick Rauland for an in-depth discussion in this video Why we need AMP, part of WordPress Plugins: SEO.
- [Instructor] Most days, I check out one…of my favorite websites around lunch time.…I like to see the news, articles, and comments.…And while I love the site, every time I click…a link to open a tab, there is so much stuff…on the page from ads, to polls, to widgets,…that it slows down my browser.…So much so, that I actually can't do anything…and I'm forced to sit there for a second or two.…Processing speeds have increased, but we're putting…so much on our sites, that there's still…a ton of sites that are really slow, especially on mobile.…Google's done some research.…And 53% of people will leave a site…that fails to load in three seconds.…
That's why Google is backing…the open source project called AMP, or A-M-P,…which stands for Accelerated Mobile Pages.…Think of it as a subset of HTML,…where it restricts the very slow things…from being sent to your browser.…Some websites have seen a four-times speed increase,…which is pretty amazing.…And that speed increase does all sorts…of things, like increase e-commerce conversions.…
- Considering keyword strategies and SEO factors
- Preventing confusion with tags and categories
- Installing and activating Yoast SEO and the All in One SEO Pack
- Configuring title and general settings
- Importing SEO content
- Adding SEO and social info to posts and pages
- Configuring XML sitemaps
- Redirecting Google Search Console errors
- Building a reusable import file
- Installing the AMP plugin
Skill Level Beginner
1. SEO Principles
2. SEO All in One Pack
3. Yoast SEO
4. Accelerated Mobile Pages
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