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Mobile Advertising Needs More Than Just 5G

The mobile advertising market is booming – it’s expected to account for 43% of all media ad spend next year – and brands are actively trying to reach consumers engaging in daily mobile activities, from payments and bookings to communication and entertainment. This year, time spent on mobile devices will exceed the time spent watching TV and will reach an average of 3 hours 43 minutes per day, explaining the high demand for mobile advertising. As mobile continues to grow, advertisers can further develop techniques to…

AWeber Now Empowers Use of Dynamic & Interactive Content with AMP for Email

AMP for Email is now Available to AWeber Customers AWeber, a leading small business email marketing and automation platform, announced support of the new Accelerated Mobile Pages (“AMP”) for Email framework. As the first email service provider for small businesses to support AMP’s framework, AWeber now enables customers to send powerful email messages that engage Gmail-users through interactive and dynamic content. Yahoo! mail, Microsoft’s Outlook.com, and Mail.Ru will also support AMP for Email. AWeber now empowers use…

Cloudflare Launches AMP Real URL to Give Publishers and Site Owners More Control Over Their Brands

Cloudflare, the leading Internet performance and security company, announced that it is launching AMP Real URL to give Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) publishers the ability to display content under their own unique domains, rather than AMP-generated domains. With AMP Real URL, Cloudflare customers using AMP can get all the performance benefits of AMP without sending visitors to a domain they do not control. The AMP Project, founded by Google, is an open-source initiative aimed at optimizing mobile content and making it…

2019 is the Year of AMP

53% of mobile site visitors leave a page that takes longer than three seconds to load (according to Google). According to a 2017 Akamai study, even a 100-millisecond delay in website load time can hurt conversion rates by 7 percent. For a business, an extra second of mobile loading time can mean the difference between a great quarter and trouble. That’s why Google introduced a little something you’ve probably heard of, way back in 2016: Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP). Read More: Google AMP for Gmail: A Marketer’s View…

Have Your Best Email Marketing Year Ever by Focusing on Engagement

As you may have seen in the news, Google recently announced the introduction of its Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) capabilities to email. AMP for email will enable developers to create more engaging, interactive, and actionable email experiences, from being able to continuously update information like flight times to being able to RSVP for an event directly within the inbox. The possibilities that AMP for Gmail holds are incredibly exciting, and it will provide companies even more ways to capture attention and provide…