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Implementing Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP)



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Implementing Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP)

Anyone here managed to implement AMPs ( Accelerated Mobile Pages)? I've tested some pages that do have AMP and it loads incredibly fast. I think is pretty much the future, also Google will rank you higher if he detects AMP.

I've tried with some Wordpress plugin, but it doesn't seem to work. Should Google index these pages separately?

Found some guides around but I'm pretty lost when it comes to the actual implementation. Any simple straight to the point tutorials out there that can help me implement AMP for Wordpress and Magento?

Would it be doable to have AMP for all pages of website? Or do I need to choose only important landing pages and good articles?

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procoder

I have heard about it and it looks amazing, currently i'm using a responsive template for my website and i think it has enough speed and nice performance, but..man amp seems to be in another level,and as i know they they offer an wp plugin which allow you to install it to your website , also the installing part for normal websites seems to be easy , so maybe i'll give a try.



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Cristian

I know right?everything is freaking instant!
I wasn't able to make that thing work for my Wordpress blog! I need a general coding tutorial so I can install it one any website without the use of plugins and extensions.



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procoder

Oh..i understand, i haven't tried it yet but i think it should work, also i think it's possible to install it manually without their plugin but it will take too much time because wordpress has too many pages that need to be indexed by amp. However, must have a solution for that plugin too, check if it is causing conflicts with other plugins that are currently installed to your wp.



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Kakashi2020

Having an accelerated mobile page is really important because it increases SEO and traffic, it also has a direct effect on conversions. Noone would spend time on a slow loading site nowadays. And optimized sites are the norm now.



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Corzhens

I guess AMP was made solely for the purpose of the popularity of the mobile browsers. I know that it is one good thing for the SEO and traffic of the site because I have noticed the slow action of some web pages when I am using a mobile browser. With AMP the speed of display would be faster although I haven’t done a benchmark test yet. This is an old discussion and maybe this time AMP is the standard now with responsive sites.



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