The internet blew up over Google AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) a couple months ago, and since then many people worked to get AMP working with their websites. But, for some, although they thought they passed the Structured Data Testing tool and implemented your AMP HTML file extensions, it was found that their AMP pages didn’t show up in the search results. Has this happened to you? If so, there’s good news.
If you’re one of the ones who has had the misfortune of wondering where your AMP pages are in the search results, then take comfort, as many others have suffered with you. The Search Engine Journal team can help!
SEJ has launched their own AMP pages on March 29, and since then, saw traffic coming to their AMP pages which spiked from 50 to 700 sessions! What a nice increase!
The folks at SEJ have written an article that helps you implement AMP and asks where you can find your Google AMP pages. Check out their article by following the link below!
Search Engine Journal: Are Your AMP Pages Not Showing Up?