Google announced a version of AMP tailored explicitly for advertising content. AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages), is basically Google’s solution for Facebook’s quick stacking Instant Pages, initially propelled on Google’s portable search result pages yet it’s currently being incorporated into a more extensive number of items. With this feature, mobile ads will now be less irritating for the users. As AMP contacts a more extensive gathering of people, distributers are additionally intrigued by the capacity to offer diverse sorts of promotions on these pages. It presently highlights basic ad support as of now, yet as the organization reported today, AMP will soon get support for three new advertisement types: sticky promotions, flying carpet ads, and AMP Ads for AMP Pages that ought to load as quick as the content.
AMP advertisements are most likely the nearest to the platonic ideal of having ads on AMP pages since they are intended to load as quick as the AMP page itself. These advertisements are composed in immaculate AMP HTML, which is the principle part that makes AMP posts load as quick as they do.
Sticky advertisements, which will stay either at the top or base of the page as you look through an article are really standard outside of AMP pages and have a tendency to be generally inconspicuous.
It’s miserable to see that the AMP undertaking will soon take into consideration pages to highlight a standout amongst the most irritating new advertisement sorts we’ve seen pop up as of late: flying floor covering promotions. Those are the ads that hijacks the scrolling behavior so that a large ad can be scrolled by.
Distributers will have the capacity to utilize this ‘flying carpet’ impact for indicating normal images or other content too.
Google says advertisements on AMP as a rule have been received positively till now. More than 80 distributers utilizing AMP say they are seeing higher perceptibility rates, more than 90 percent say they are getting higher click through rates and most also see better earnings.
It’s important that it’s still early days for AMP. Prior this week, some of the publishers, as well, are complaining that it’s hazy how Google utilizes AMP as a ranking signal for its web crawler.
In this way, the way that the quantity of conceivable ad arrangements was constrained on AMP pages kept some publishers from adopting the format, as well, however it would seem that Google is currently tending to this — even if that means, that we as readers, will need to fight with flying carpet advertisements on AMP pages soon.
With the increase in the use of smart phones, individuals view more content through these gadgets, with dominant part of the traffic originating from social networking sites. These AMP pages’ load four times quicker than any typical pages and that is the reason advertisements are not able to keep up with the pace.