Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by anki sharma, Jul 14, 2017.
I want to know about AMP and it's used in SEO?
We have a bunch of threads on AMPs already, so search the forum before asking another question.
Thanks to notifying I will keep in mind next time
AMP HTML: A subset of HTML, this markup language has some custom tags and properties and many restrictions. But if you are familiar with regular HTML, you should not have difficulty adapting existing pages to AMP HTML. For more details on how it differs from basic HTML, check out AMP Project’s list of required markup that your AMP HTML page “must” have.
AMP CDN: An optional Content Delivery Network, it will take your AMP-enabled pages, cache them and automatically make some performance optimizations.
From what was found on BHW on this topic it seems not many users tried and benefit much from AMP
Here are some useful nuggets of information brother:
Welcome in Advance!
AMP are the pages used to boost the website speed. you will get many tutorial on AMP pages on Google.
thanks guys, interesting thread
Google sent me an email saying my website should benefit from AMP, they linked me to a wodpress plug in, I used it and then it sent me multiple errors on my webmaster tools, it was the AMP plug in from automatic which Google endorses as a good plug in, yet it has so many errors. Anyone know of a good AMP plug in?
Do you want your pages cached?
Isn't page rank determined by visitor count?
Will using AMP ultimately affect your page rank?
I have amp premium plugin which is works good for me
Don't surrender the Web to Google, don't use AMP guys!
Because it ignore open Web standards:
Or use it and get rewarded by the most important search engine in consumer marketing.
AMP is a Google-backed project with the aim of speeding up the delivery of content through the use of stripped down code known as AMP HTML.
Because it wipes out your ads* and your content is then served directly by Google ("only when your site is slow", which they decide).
You basically give your content to Google for free.
* Google ads are exempt of course.
Never needed AMP, my site is running at blazing speed with speed optimization technique found in BHW.
One trick to Amp is not having more than the featured image in one blog post. Images in posts for mobile are hated by Google AMP
I'm new to this AMP thing, so would appreciate it if you could link to a source about what you just said. Last time I checked a few sites through AMP on the first page, all their ads were there (not Adsense)?
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