AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) for Strikingly Blog Posts

Note: Only Pro users can enable AMP for their blog posts. 

 

What is AMP? How does it help SEO?

AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) is a new technology from Google that lets certain pages load super fast on mobile devices. It comes with a significant boost in Google's SEO ranking, so it's a great way to get more visitors to your site!

Strikingly allows you to activate AMP for blog posts. This is a separate version of your blog post that's only accessible for visitors coming from Google search.

Note: Custom HTML content will be disabled for the AMP version of your blog post.

Note: If you've connected your Google Analytics account, blog views will be tracked in the AMP version. However, Strikingly analytics will not work in the AMP version.

 

How do I activate AMP for my blog?

Fortunately, it takes no effort at all to activate AMP for blog posts on Strikingly. We've done the work for you! Note: AMP is only available for Pro users.

Go to your blog settings dialog and check the checkbox in blog settings. That's it! Everything else happens automatically. It usually takes a day for your AMP blog posts to be indexed by Google (but could take up to a few days).

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What The Result Looks Like

In Google search results, there will be a special "AMP" label.

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When you click the blog post, here's what you'll see. It looks just like a normal blog post on Strikingly, except the main URL bar will show a google.com URL (since it's cached by Google), and the page will have an additional URL bar that shows your domain (in this screenshot, it's strikingly.com).

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Please let us know if you have any questions. Happy blogging! 

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