How I Learnt About The AMP Effect At A London Conference

Recently I visited some conferences in london targeting SEO, and they helped me learn about the AMP effect. Below I wrote about what I learnt.

In an effort to fight the content monopoly that Facebook holds over everyone, the Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) project was launched in early 2016, February to be exact, to much disbelief. With also an open source protocol which amuses away users from the native website of a landing page and advertising tags, many experts thought that AMP would not catch on one of the general public.

Facebook’s Immediate Articles have been much neater by the AMP project with regard to use and SEO buzz while catering to companies.

Despite all of this buzz out of SEO experts, I am not certain the AMP of Google has had any influence as of yet, on the research business.

I am reminded by AMP of 3D printing or VR. Despite their invention and capacity to shape the world’s future, we are still waiting to saturate the market.

Here, I will look through a few of the first events and research surrounding the growth of AMP. There seems to be a moral in the end while calculating the AMP narrative that is terrific.

Because its rollout, Google AMP files throughout the web’s amount has risen to over 2 billion. AMP files in September of 2016’s amount was just 600 million.

The number has climbed to over 900,000 and includes domains, including WordPress, eBay, and the Washington Post.

Google introduced the AMP project to enhance the internet browsing experience. On the plan degree, JavaScript that did not load as easily over a device was removed by AMP code.

The construction of AMP would direct pages to load nearly than webpages that are conventional.

The AMP project is. AMP code is only inserted by websites in their site which pulls data to show webpages.

AMPs use rendering of their AMP cache to provide web speeds that are quicker. AMPs offer image customization choices which could limit image bandwidth utilization by around 45 percent, and file dimensions that are reduced.

This All matters for SEO because bounce prices are normally improved by webpages and relate to high conversion rates and time.

AMP posts are much more special because Google favors them. Does AMP content look in effects that are organic, they have their own stories carousel near the very top of searches that are natural to encourage publishers. This amounts to an SERP estate to get webpages that are high and can boost your search CTR.

Besides such metrics, PWA articles and AMP are some of the strategies businesses must fight use saturation that is program. They enhance your site’s UX with stripped down ad space and site components.

Switching to AMP will come with a few consequences. AMP documents allow for a single ad tag and it is rather tricky to implement. Even more disconcerting is the fact that inputting AMP demands a web developer’s experience.

Not all of AMP files are created. 99 percent of AMPs load in under eight minutes even though the load period for an AMP is below one moment.

How to Recover a Chair Seat

Maybe you’ve inherited a wooden chair with lovely, artistic features, but with a raggedy seat. Or you find an interesting wooden chair at a local yard sale or flea market. It’s perfect except the seat. Hmmm. You’ll need to recover that seat. We’ll show you how to recover a chair seat in no time flat. If you need to do this to some of the best computer chairs for gaming then it might be a different story as their a little harder to repair.

Choose Your Fabric

First you’ll need to choose a fabric. Unless you want to recover the chair seat again after the kids or grandkids visit, we suggest using an easy to clean, Scotchguard treated fabric. Upholstery fabric most likely will already be treated for stain resistance. But even if you find a fabric without Scotchguard, you can buy Scotchguard in a spray can. After you select the fabric style, you’ll need to have ample yardage. About 1 yard per chair is a good rule of thumb for the average wooden chair. You might want to buy an extra yard or two to create some throw pillows. Use throw pillows with the same pattern as your chair seat will help draw them chair into your current room’s scheme. Also, having a little extra fabric on hand in case of future damage is a good idea. Wash and dry your fabric before putting it on the chair following the directions from the manufacturer. Some materials are already prewashed and in that case you won’t need to wash it.

Take It Apart

Just in case you have a valuable antique on your hands you might want to get a second opinion before taking your seat apart. The chances are slim you actually found a valuable chair, but there is always a possibility. If you think your chair might be a valuable antique have it appraised or get a second opinion before replacing the seat cover. You could devalue a surprising find by replacing the seat cover. Removing the seat cover is easy. You’ll need to turn the chair over and use a Philips Head screwdriver to unscrew the seat. Use an electric screwdriver to make life a little easier for yourself. Save the screws! You’ll need them to re-attach the seat to the chair. Remove the old fabric and cushion from the chair. Keep the wooden seat. That’s what we’ll rebuild from.

Prep the Seat

Use a flat head screwdriver or staple remover to take the staples out of the back or under side of the seat cover. Save the cover material and create a template with it for cutting your new seat cover. Lay the old material over the posterboard smoothing it out. You may need to use an iron to get all the wrinkles out. Draw around the outside of the fabric on to the posterboard. Then lay the posterboard on top of the new fabric and outline with your pen or pencil. Cut out the outline. Do this for each chair. Use the posterboard cut out the foam too.

Finish It Up

Lay the fabric on your workplace, preferably a table. Then on top of that add the cushion then the wooden seat. Carefully, starting at the top left corner staple the fabric and foam to the wooden seat. Then do the diagonal corner. Next, do the upper right corner, stapling securely. Then do the remaining corner. Screw the seat back on to the chair. If your seat cover has not already been treated with Scotchguard then spray it and allow it to dry about an hour. You are done!

Supply List

Philips Head screwdriver

Flat Head screwdriver

Industrial or Professional Staple Gun with Staples

Fabric

1/4 inch foam cushion

Posterboard

Pencil or pen

Sharp scissors

Optional: Scotchguard spray

2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Points Standings after Daytona

Here are your official Sprint Cup points standings after Daytona:

Standings
RK DRIVER POINTS BEHIND MONEY WINS POLES TOP 5 TOP 10
1 Dale Earnhardt Jr. 48 $1,546,943 1 0 1 1
2 Denny Hamlin 43 -5 $1,349,590 0 0 1 1
3 Brad Keselowski 42 -6 $945,101 0 0 1 1
4 Jeff Gordon 40 -8 $774,879 0 0 1 1
5 Jimmie Johnson 40 -8 $621,979 0 0 1 1
6 Matt Kenseth 38 -10 $557,442 0 0 0 1
7 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 37 -11 $475,168 0 0 0 1
8 Greg Biffle 37 -11 $413,838 0 0 0 1
9 Austin Dillon 36 -12 $424,674 0 1 0 1
10 Casey Mears 34 -14 $377,221 0 0 0 1
11 Joey Logano 34 -14 $424,734 0 0 0 0
12 Kevin Harvick 31 -17 $415,551 0 0 0 0
13 Jamie McMurray 30 -18 $407,732 0 0 0 0
14 Bobby Labonte 29 -19 $325,213 0 0 0 0
15 Reed Sorenson 28 -20 $342,446 0 0 0 0
16 Carl Edwards 28 -20 $378,218 0 0 0 0
*** Chase for the Sprint Cup cut-off ***
17 Marcos Ambrose 26 -22 $408,063 0 0 0 0
18 Kyle Busch 26 -22 $425,884 0 0 0 0
19 Terry Labonte 24 -24 $370,576 0 0 0 0
20 Kurt Busch 24 -24 $373,043 0 0 0 0
21 Ryan Newman 22 -26 $374,218 0 0 0 0
22 Alex Bowman 21 -27 $334,346 0 0 0 0
23 Josh Wise 20 -28 $322,888 0 0 0 0
24 AJ Allmendinger 19 -29 $321,788 0 0 0 0
25 Justin Allgaier 18 -30 $327,513 0 0 0 0
26 Cole Whitt 16 -32 $315,663 0 0 0 0
27 Parker Kligerman 15 -33 $318,338 0 0 0 0
28 Brian Vickers 14 -34 $350,388 0 0 0 0
29 Kasey Kahne 14 -34 $350,413 0 0 0 0
30 Paul Menard 13 -35 $550,702 0 0 0 0
31 David Ragan 10 -38 $323,738 0 0 0 0
32 Tony Stewart 9 -39 $388,101 0 0 0 0
33 David Gilliland 8 -40 $322,968 0 0 0 0
34 Michael Annett 7 -41 $313,605 0 0 0 0
35 Kyle Larson 6 -42 $310,248 0 0 0 0
36 Aric Almirola 6 -42 $317,939 0 0 0 0
37 Danica Patrick 5 -43 $317,858 0 0 0 0
38 Michael Waltrip 4 -44 $278,628 0 0 0 0
39 Clint Bowyer 2 -46 $302,344 0 0 0 0
40 Martin Truex Jr. 1 -47 $292,311 0 0 0 0