Google Preps Series of Hangouts To Discuss AMP Ahead of Launch

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Later this month, Google will begin sending search traffic to Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP), and to get webmasters and publishers ready, they'll be hosting a series of hangouts around various elements.

"Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) is a global, industry-wide initiative, with publishers large and small all focused on the same goal: a better, faster mobile web," Google says on the AMP blog. "The project launched just five months ago, but from the level of interest, we know that many people have questions to help get them up to speed."

"That’s why we’ve planned a series of Hangouts on Air that invites everyone all over the world to learn about AMP. Product Managers and Engineers from Google will answer your questions every Friday until AMP launches in Search in late February."

This Friday (February 5), there will be one about analytics, hosted by product manager Rudy Galfi. See what Google had to say about analytics in a blog post last week here.

The following Friday (February 12), will have a hangout on paywalls with product manager Ashwin Limaye.

On February 19th, Director of Ads Craig DiNatali will host one about ads. See what Google said about ads and AMP last week here.

Finally, one on February 26 will tackle format innovation with Galfi.

You can see of list of hangouts they've already hosted on AMP here:

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