How to guarantee your media and ads are approved for AMP
Easy to Enable Rich AMP Options on Any Post
RebelMouse makes it easy for product managers to quickly design AMP pages that outperform industry standards with an average of five pages per user. With the RebelCMS, you can choose to enable AMP by default or implement it across articles individually with one click in our Entry Editor. This level of granular control sets us apart from other CMS solutions and allows you to decide how deep you'd like to go with AMP.
Pure AMP (Canonical AMP) Features out of the Box
To maximize the speed benefits of AMP, RebelMouse also provides a way to force AMP for mobile and desktop traffic on a per-article basis. When enabled, traffic for the article will be redirected to the AMP version of the page for better performance.
Google will still see your AMP-enabled pages as usual and provide all of the normal benefits for search, but now you'll also get faster-loading pages that increase user engagement and drop bounce rates regardless of the traffic source.
Simplified AMP Layout Creation and Management
Our Layout & Design tool allows you to easily implement dynamic AMP layouts either through the default canonical usage or when forcing AMP on mobile and/or desktop. Using this tool, it's possible to create complex, multi-column layouts with ease that will be served as lightning-fast AMP pages to your visitors. The RebelCMS intelligently serves the proper layout depending on the device that a visitor is using to view your site's content.
Add Conversion Units to Maximize Audience Retention
Interstitial conversion units can be placed within your content so you can build a mailing list, get leads, or just highlight a new feature to your audience.
The RebelCMS has a gorgeous integration with Web Stories. Read more about that here.
- AMP Stories on RebelMOuse
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- How to Include Interactive Elements in Posts