Revcontent Partners with Google For Better User Experience on Mobile
For every second a webpage doesn’t load, a publisher loses a reader and an opportunity to earn revenue through advertising or subscriptions.
Revcontent’s CEO and founder, John Lemp (pictured left), has announced the company’s latest partnership – a strategic initiative with Google to create a better mobile experience for users through Google’s AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) project. Revcontent’s partnership with Google is the latest step in Revcontent’s mission to create a better user experience across the web. With Google AMP pages loading 85% faster than standard mobile web pages, many types of advertisements are not allowed because they slow down load times and create a poor user experience. Revcontent’s technology loads as quickly as AMP pages for a seamless and unintrusive user experience.
As one of the first content recommendation networks to partner with Google, Richard Iwanik-Marques, Revcontent VP of Marketing, explains, “The product innovations and value-added offerings Google has consistently given consumers makes them a perfect compliment to Revcontent on the partnership side.
“Creating a seamless, lightning-fast user experience on mobile devices is paramount as eyeballs continue to move toward smaller screens. Google AMP is a massive leap in that direction – and with our widgets, publishers can maintain sustainable, high-revenue streams, while also giving consumers a memorable content discovery experience they will enjoy.”
Revcontent is a content recommendation network, powering 200 billion content recommendations per month. Revcontent partners with some of the biggest branded media outlets such as Forbes, Newsweek, Reuters, International Business Times.
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