Canonical for amp

#1


can someone tell me should we enable this for amp pages or not? I am trying amp on one of my sites and unable to understand what this does?
@GulshanKumar
Need your help sir

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#2

Generally, I have seen like this.

<link rel="canonical" href="https://www.example.com/permalink/" />
<link rel="amphtml" href="https://www.example.com/permalink/amp" />

So, I think you should enable Canonical for the AMP.

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split this topic #3

2 posts were merged into an existing topic: Internal linking

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#4

Do not use AMP for now? You can rather search for other maximum options to minimize your site load time.
Google recommended load time is less than 3 Secs. Check your full load time and if it’s less than 3 Secs nothing to worry about your Fastest Site.

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#5

Whats the problem with amp sir. I decided to give it a try as this is a new site.
Haven’t face any issues yet.
Although its a fairly new website

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#6

It will create more new problems and you have to spend time fixing those.
Just concentrate on Improving Load time to less than 3 Secs and that is more than enough.

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#7

AMP is not good for a lot of things. It will create a lot of problem, so I would recommend you to not use AMP.

It is good for the big news sites like NDTV, TIE, and India Today.

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#8

I already have got many of my page indexed as amp pages. Will disabling the amp now cause issues? what should i do next?

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#9

You should disable it ASAP. Otherwise you’ll have a big loss in future

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#10

Sir
will it cause any issues as the amp pages are already indexed?

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#11

Please follow this guide (step by step). There shouldn’t be any issue.
https://gulshankumar.net/remove-amp/

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#12

You won’t have any issues. You can follow this guide to remove AMP.

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#13

i did the above steps but how can i check if i did it correctly?

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#14

hello sir,


please check the screenshot above. Should i turn these options off and not create new amp versions of article i publish? i am writing one post daily and its adding more amp pages then its being deindexed i think!
@GulshanKumar @AbhishekVerma

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#15

Yes, you can turn it off. It will stop your users from redirecting to AMP if they are visiting your site from Mobile Phone.

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#16

Here’s my answer for your AMP related question -

  • Mobile Redirection? No.
  • Tablets? No.
  • Change Internal Links to AMP? Yes.
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#17

hello. It had already been few days, my 10 pages are yet to be deindexed. since last 2-3 ndays non of the pages are getting deindexed. what should i do?

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#18

Need to wait.

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#19

hello sir, @GulshanKumar
mine pages have been deindexed and now i have sucessfully removed amp.
Can i remove the replace code plugin and code i added now? OR should that remain as it is for longer?

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#20

You can remove that plugin safely.

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