In episode #992 , we discuss whether AMP still helps with SEO. Tune in to hear what we think about this Google service.
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TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES:
- [00:27] Today’s Topic: Does AMP Still Help With SEO?
- [00:42] AMP stands for Accelerated Mobile Pages.
- [00:55] AMP helps speed up your page loads on mobile devices.
- [01:25] Google is caching, which is why it loads so quickly.
- [01:45] It strips a lot of stuff away to increase speed, so you lose out on a lot of conversions.
- [02:12] AMP helps somewhat in SEO.
- [02:22] In the United States, AMP doesn’t help with traffic.
- [02:45] In places like Brazil, the traffic increases.
- [03:05] If you are targeting less developed regions, AMP will still help you with SEO.
- [03:28] However, we can’t give a definitive answer.
- [04:05] By building on top of Google products, you risk losing control of your site.
- [04:36] That’s it for today!
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