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Should I disable AMP or leave it on?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by borsoisjc, Jul 17, 2017.

  1. borsoisjc

    borsoisjc Registered Member

    Aug 20, 2016
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    I recently installed a plugin for Google AMP in my wordpress website to try to get it better on mobile speeds and left it for around a month like so.

    The problem is that when I check the website speed with Google own tool, it says the my AMP page has 60/100 in speed while the old mobile site used to get 89/100.

    The AMP site does looks faster when loading due to google caching but I don`t know if it is accurate because I visited the site already. Maybe for new users (the foccus of the website) it is actually slower than before.

    The problem is not with the plugin as many plugins I tested use the sample source for amp files, a plugin called just “AMP”.

    So bottom line, should I turn it off and go back to my theme mobile page or leave AMP on?