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Google AMP Goes Live in Mobile Search

Google has made the accelerated mobile pages live in the mobile search results. AMP is a shortened form of HTML that speeds up the site loading time. 

AMP HTML is fast and it increase the loading time of the site by 15% - 85%. The reason these are so fast is that the AMP HTML documents can be loaded with a small set of HTTP requests: the document itself, custom fonts (if used) and the AMP JavaScript library that implements the AMP custom elements and resource loading.

How Does it Look Like in the Mobile Search Results?

Here are some screenshots as to what AMP pages look like in the Mobile search results of Google.

More information about the AMP project can be taken via the site:

Does AMP Pages Boost Search Rankings?

AMP pages receive a boost in search rankings as faster loading time optimises the overall user experience. For Google, user experience is on the prime priority and websites that cares for the user receives a boost in rankings. In the wake of the Mobilegeddon upda…

How to Produce Content That Starts to Generate Backlinks Almost Instantly!

Ah, this topic just caught the attention of all link builders and content marketers ;) 
Well, why not? Link building has long been one of the toughest tasks in SEO and digital marketing.
For someone like me who has spent around 8+ years in SEO; link building (or rather link earning) has remained and still continues to be the most challenging.

Research suggests that content marketing is on a boom with 85% of online marketers directly involved with content marketing. Companies are hitting nail on their head to produce all sorts of content but the success ratio in terms of getting backlinks or exposure from their content is still low.
As per the recent survey conducted by Moz and Buzzsumo, around 757,000 articleswere analyzed for their effectiveness to be served as link baits and the results were shocking.Around 50% of the posts had zero external links.The survey also suggested that there is no correlation between social shares and links.
“CONTENT SHOCK” - You Are Producing Content But It’s O…