AMP, Adobe’s Asian Popularity, and Katy Perry Blackouts

A-M-P it’s as easy as 1-2-3

In a world where more people access websites through their mobile phone than a desktop, Google has created Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP).

Out of a surveyed 300 SEO professionals from the US and Europe, 76% haven’t done anything to improve their page rankings. With 49% of SEO professionals from the US and Europe have stated that AMP will significantly affect their page rankings, yet only 23% have already implemented it into their websites!

Thankfully for their clients, 29% plan to implement AMP within 6 months. However 42% say they plan to research further before implementation.

Asia pacific accounts for 14% of Adobe’s revenue

The Asia Pacific is steadily increasing it’s businesses and it’s surely showing. In fact, India is one of Adobe’s largest location of revenue generation.

Managing director Umang Bedi stated, “If you look at the total revenue of Adobe last year, it was $4.896 billion and Asia Pacific contributed nearly 14 percent of the entire revenue”.

Adobe’s popularity in India is becoming so vast that “some of the largest customers were from the regional parts of the country. Today, we support nearly 10 regional languages, including Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam and Bengali”.

Katy Perry calls for a blackout of Social Media

In other news, in a recent interview with Cosmopolitan Magazine, Katy Perry has said that we could all use a social media blackout once in a while. She talked about the importance of individual moderation of our social media usage as we spend so much time on our phones and not enough with our loved ones. Remember, while we all need some R&R, your business’ social media accounts should be 24/7 a they are important platforms for customer relations.

In fact, 67% of customers have reported using social media for customer service from a company, and 42% expect a reply within 60 minutes. How fast is your company replying?

Written by Bernice Abuan