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[ask] How to set up AMP Google

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by roomimarch, Feb 17, 2016.

  1. roomimarch

    roomimarch Newbie

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    Hai All Member,

    give me a new knowledge about AMP, please

    I would like to ask:

    1. how to set up Google AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) for blogspot ?
    2. whether the AMP has been automatically build on blogspot ?
    3. whether the AMP using a custom script that must be installed first?

    Thank you for your response
     
  2. Conor

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    1. Make a custom template with Google's markup: https://www.ampproject.org/docs/get_started/create_page.html2
    2. No
    3. Yes, see the link above.
     
  3. roomimarch

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    thanks bro i Will check first
     
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    I've only used AMP with Wordpress, although with Blogspot, the only thing I could find was this. Every other result was filled with people promoting their 3-accidental-visitors-a-day blogs on Quora and the Google Help forums.

    Anyway, it looks like you would have to downgrade to an older Blogspot theme that allows you to modify the code in order to modify the code however you want. I suppose it's similar to what you would have to do with my Blogger Conversion Kit. Perhaps I'll include instructions and the required codes in the next update to that, but who knows when that'll be.

    If you'd like my opinion on AMP, I don't like it so far. I've been testing it out for over a week now, so I'm still collecting data, but so far my AMP pages have a 5-10% higher bounce rate than my non-AMP pages (before the switch).