What are SEO specialists planning to do with AMP pages after launching the Page Experience algorithm? Such a survey mapped out on his Twitter page SEO expert Aleida Solis.
- The majority of those who voted (41,2%) replied that they would remove AMP pages from their sites and not add more.
- 35,3% said they would continue to add AMP pages,
- BUT 23,4% – will keep existing AMP pages, but will not add new ones.
Recall Google transferred launch of the Page Experience algorithm from May to mid-June, arguing that sites need time to comply with new requirements. The launch of site performance tracking will roll out gradually throughout the summer.
Also Google confirmedthat Page Experience will not be a real-time algorithm.
Late March Google updated A document that provides frequently asked questions about the upcoming Core Web Vitals and Page Experience updates.
A source: Seroundtable