We scrape and normalize content with no effort or feeds from the publisher; our technology works with content created by any publishing platform.
When a new article is published QuickMAP generates an AMP version, typically in less than a second. For previously published articles, the AMP version is generated on the fly when a user or crawler requests the page.
AMP code must pass Google validation in order to be delivered in search results. This can be a moving target as Google refines its validation requirements, and as publishers inadvertently impact validation by changing their pages. We ensure each publisher’s AMP template passes validation at launch and we use automated monitoring to catch any validation issues that crop up.
QuickAMP articles include a canonical reference tag linking to the standard version on the publisher’s website, as well as a user-facing link to view the standard version.
We replicate publisher styles, fonts and article layout for continuity of brand and user experience.
We replicate the publisher’s mobile “hamburger” navigation on the AMP page.
Our platform handles publisher images with copyrights and captions, and most image galleries.
Our platform handles in-article embeds from common social platforms (Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, Google Maps, Imgur) and we’re building more as we encounter them. We can automatically add social sharing buttons with the the canonical article link.
Our platform handles AMP-compliant integrations with Google Adsense, Google Ad Exchange, Programmatic Ads, link circulation partners (e.g. Outbrain, Taboola, etc.), outstream video (e.g. Teads), native products (e.g. Nativo), etc.
Most analytics companies work with AMP, including Google Analytics, Chartbeat, Parse.ly and comScore. We integrate any and all AMP-compliant publisher-provided analytics tags.
Google will use Page Speed for Mobile Search Ranking so using QuickAMP will help your site improve rankings in mobile.
Here’s the best part: Aside from providing us with ad tags and analytics tags, publishers simply place an HTML header tag on article page templates – and we handle the rest.