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    Has anyone converted and made sure their mobile pages are AMP compliant? I ran across this a while back but never really looked into it but thinking of taking the time and making sure my one website is compliant. Curious who else has done this and what the results were. Is it worth taking the time to do?

    I am sure in the future it will be more of a requirement than a suggestion so at some point we all will probably have to it. Thinking of just getting it over with.

    Here is a page about AMP if you are unfamiliar with it.

    https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/6340290
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    I did a test last week with just homepage code.
    For now, it doesn't worth the efforts... Imho

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    Quote Originally Posted by TravG View Post
    Has anyone converted and made sure their mobile pages are AMP compliant? I ran across this a while back but never really looked into it but thinking of taking the time and making sure my one website is compliant. Curious who else has done this and what the results were. Is it worth taking the time to do?

    I am sure in the future it will be more of a requirement than a suggestion so at some point we all will probably have to it. Thinking of just getting it over with.

    Here is a page about AMP if you are unfamiliar with it.

    https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/6340290
    Thanks, might pass a message to an IT guy, maybe worth a look.
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    It seems to be another google excursion into wonderland.

    Mobile connections are rapidly moving to 4G and will be fast enough to handle standard HTML.
    This seems a standard that will become pointless long before its widely accepted IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TravG View Post
    Has anyone converted and made sure their mobile pages are AMP compliant? I ran across this a while back but never really looked into it but thinking of taking the time and making sure my one website is compliant. Curious who else has done this and what the results were. Is it worth taking the time to do?

    I am sure in the future it will be more of a requirement than a suggestion so at some point we all will probably have to it. Thinking of just getting it over with.

    Here is a page about AMP if you are unfamiliar with it.

    https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/634029
    But this AMP thing is designed for publishing contents only?
    How is it relevant to gambling sites?
    Sorry, still confuse about it. I've seen samples of it, like facebook instant articles and theguardian.
    Both are really big blog sites, so is it relevant to gambling/casino sites??

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    Many gambling sites publish news with tips slant on their content. However most gambling related sites don't tend to get accepted for Google Adsense or any other AMP supporting advertised platforms (your affiliates are not supported and may not get indexed with this in, the code is strict) then there is no way to monetise this page. I would suggest until advertising catches up, its not worth your time just yet.

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    I am going to give it a try with a small site that doesnt have much traffic and see if there are any positive or negative effects.

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    I have more than 40% mobile visitors....hard to convert...and im not really not more mobile visitors

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