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We enable AMP for publishers by converting standard web content to Accelerated Mobile Pages with keen attention to monetization, engagement and performance measurement.

Accelerated Mobile Pages by Relay Media

Standard onboarding is free and fast; we handle the configuration work. We charge a low monthly fee, or a share of ad inventory on AMP pages.  Join the world’s leading publishers on AMP!

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AMP Rich/Non-Rich Filter Answers A Few Burning Questions

We’ve been geeking out on the new AMP Search Appearance Filter in Google Search Console; here’s what we’ve learned so far.

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Hurricane Matthew

When Speed Matters Most: AMP in a Hurricane

On most days a fast, light mobile page is a convenience. During a disaster it’s essential.

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The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

AMP Conversion: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

Lessons learned while building a high-fidelity AMP converter for a wide range of publishers.

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Accelerated Mobile Pages FAQ

An essential, not-too-technical primer.

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40% of users abandon a web page that takes longer than three seconds to load.

Source: Kissmetrics

73% of web users rate speed as the most important aspect of performance.

Source: The Harris Poll

Only 44% of mobile ads are deemed viewable by Media Rating Council standards.

Source: Moat

AMP pages load 4x faster and use 10x less data than standard mobile web pages.

Source: Accelerated Mobile Pages Project

The top mobile websites receive 2.5x the uniques with 2x faster growth than the top apps.

Source: comScore

89% of U.S. Internet users are multi-platform; 20% of 18- to 35-year-olds are mobile-only.

Source: comScore