Google I/O is coming up, F8 just got over, and…um…Google Ads stopped working on May the 1st (at least for some people). Happy Star Wars day everyone, and welcome to the first episode of Digital Marketing Lens Weekly – where […]
The AMP for WP Plugin allows you to use the Widgets section to add a Button to your AMP Pages.
This tutorial will show you how to add a trending section to your WordPress website and use the Code Snippets plugin to restrict the number of tags that appear in the widget
Using the Term Management Tools Plugin, you can dramatically reduce the number of Tags on your website – WordPress Spring Cleaning
It’s a “gold rush” right now, but, yes, Influencer Marketing in India does really work.
Using the code at the link below and the Code Snippets Plugin you can easily add AdSense AND related posts to your AMP pages generated with AMP for WordPress plugin For other specifications click here: https://ift.tt/2hTetkx
Using the Code Snippets plugin, you can add a bit of code to bring a logo to your AMP pages (AMP For WordPress tutorial) For other specifications click here: https://ift.tt/2sTZrMy
Using the amp for WordPress plugin and the code snippets plugin you can click on the link below to easily add Google Analytics to your WordPress website
In this video, we look at the differences between the AMP for WP plugin and the AMP for WordPress plugin. TLDR: The AMP for WP plugin has all the features a WordPress website needs and should be the defacto choice.
These two rules help you speed up your AMP pages and ensure that your wp-admin section is “real”