SEO: AMP’s days are numbered Paid Members Public
Since 2014, publishers have felt obliged to publish Accelerated Mobile Pages to get good news search traffic. Those days may well be over.
Social & Digital coffee break: 3 stories in 3 sentences Paid Members Public
Because your time is precious, and I respect it, dammit.
Five Morning Links #2: Unleash the Zuckercopier Paid Members Public
Is this the Reels life? Or is it just Facebook fantasy?
The trouble with AMP Paid Members Public
Many publishers feel compelled to use the Accelerated Mobile Pages format because Google favors it so strongly. Could we make it better?
Google's Top Stories algorithm is failing to detect authoritative sources Paid Members Public
This is a pretty significant Google algorithm fail: > Also, apparently Google is putting 4chan threads in their top story unit now? So, the number one hit for his name is a /pol/ thread. pic.twitter.com/OYwW6pbWvy [https://t.co/OYwW6pbWvy] — Ryan Broderick (@broderick) October 2, 2017 [https://twitter.
Accelerated Mobile Pages: great for SEO, bad for control Paid Members Public
John Gruber [http://daringfireball.net/linked/2016/10/21/google-amp], back in October: > Can someone explain to me why a website would publish AMP versions of their articles? They do load fast, which is a terrific user experience, but as far as I can see, sites that publish AMP