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Amro 24 Jan 17
I have a responsive fast loading website, if I disable AMP, will this affect my rank? Thanks
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🍌 John 🍌
AMP isn't a ranking factor; if you decide to disable it, make sure to redirect appropriately.
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Amro 26 Jan 17
Replying to @JohnMu @googlewmc
Thanks do you mean I should redirect AMP pages to their non AMPed version?
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LuigiFrankSinatra 26 Jan 17
if I disable AMP and setup redirects to the non-amp version, on the SERP I get a "not valid AMP" error page.
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Mayra Valdes 29 Jan 17
where exactly do you need to redirect your AMP pages to? to the canonical version? will that work?
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Amro 6 Feb 17
can you please clarify what do you mean by "redirect probably"? Do you mean 302 AMP to canonical versions?
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Amro 6 Feb 17
I mean 301
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Mayra Valdes 6 Feb 17
that's what I don't understand. when I disable an AMP side and do the 301, I keep having tons of errors in WMT
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Mayra Valdes 6 Feb 17
I disabled AMP, removed the "amphtml" crosslink from desktop, then 301 from amp to the desktop, and ended up
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Mayra Valdes 6 Feb 17
with hundreds of WMT errors, so I would like to know how to prevent that
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Mayra Valdes 6 Feb 17
i also resubmitted the sitemap in WMT for reindex but no luck
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Amro 15 Feb 17
any progress in your case?
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Denver Prophit Jr. 16 Aug 17
@thirtybees but having an AMP page vs desktop is ranked correct? Had KW lower on desktop but higher on amp.
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Brian Ussery 18 Aug 17
Replying to @DenverProphitJr
your site probably ranked higher on mobile amp or not
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