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Apr
15

How Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) Affects SEO

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Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) is out and has been speculated to have two benefits for SEO. One is it will have a “Fast” label designation on search engine results pages, and the other is that it will be a ranking factor. As to how much of a factor, that is yet to be seen. I’ll take you through what AMP is and how you can use it to benefit your site’s mobile visitors.

What is AMP?

Accelerated Mobile Pages is an open-source coding standard for publishers. The aim for AMP is for publishers to be able to load their sites quickly on mobile since mobile responsive could be clunky and slow because desktop resources are heavy and plenty. If we’re going to be honest with ourselves, most of the elements of a desktop website is unnecessary for a mobile site.

Until

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Apr
4

An APA Citation for Web Pages Guide from EasyBib

Click here to automatically cite a Website.

It’s probably no surprise that websites are the most cited source type on EasyBib.com. If you’re writing a research paper, you probably have information from sites included in your project. This guide explains all of the juicy details to referencing sites in your APA research papers.

APA format is much different than MLA format and other styles. If you need to cite websites in MLA or you’re looking for more styles, check out the other resources on EasyBib.com!

What is a website?

This is a question that might seem silly, but believe it or not, there’s some confusion as to what a website truly is.

It’s a place on the Internet that holds a group of individual pages.

Think of it like a tree. A site is the tree and the individual pages are the branches. Let’s use YouTube as an example. YouTube

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