Here's an example of what we got at HostGator (the normal version is on the left and the AMP version on the right): Non-AMP responsive version of the blog postAMP version of the blog post The AMP version is reduced to what precisely interests your visitor. It removes the header and social sharing icons, while retaining our brand identity and allowing the reader to directly access the content. You may notice that no content even appeared above the fold in our normal version (we'll have to work on that!). Step 3: Check your AMP pages in Search Console Once you've implemented AMP and customized it to match the look and feel of your site, it's time to confirm that Google has noticed your efforts. Log into Google Search Console and click Search Appearance > Accelerated Mobile Pages .
Advertising Continue reading below fax list From there, you can watch your AMP pages as they are indexed and correct any errors that may occur. Note the steady increase in indexed AMP pages that we saw at HostGator about a week after implementing AMP. Indexed AMP pages Any errors will be listed below the graph. Just click to find out what is causing the AMP error and crash. It could be another script or plugin that you have activated on your site. Troubleshoot the issue, then run the AMP validator to verify that it's resolved. Advertising Continue reading below Conclusion So! Your easy three-step guide to installing AMP on your WordPress site. If you don't use WordPress, don't worry.
The Accelerated Mobile Pages project offers a tutorial that will walk you through implementing AMP on your website. It's not as simple as the WordPress solution, but it will get the job done. When it comes to marketing, it all depends on how we talk to each other. Author of Disruptive Marketing and Communications Designer at Microsoft Geoffrey Colon joined SEJ Editor-in-Chief Kelsey Jones to discuss the impact of communication and emotions on marketing. Geoff and Kelsey also discuss the evolution of voice search and its impact on communication with consumers. skills promote better marketing? Geoff: The communication is almost closed again. If we look at ancient civilizations, they shared stories because they needed to survive or thrive.