Our amp pages used in calculating the site quality and panda are they treated like normal pagesfrom a site quality point.

Our amp pages used in calculating the site quality and panda are they treated like normal pagesfrom a site quality point.

Webmaster Guru Asked on April 11, 2017 in Panda.
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JOHN MEULLER (Webmaster Analyst from Google):

So I guess you need to differentiate between em pages that are tied in as separate amp pages for your website and amp pages that are the canonical versions of your site so if you use em as a way of making your site which which you can there are a bunch of sites out there that are using amp kind of as a JavaScript framework for making sites which is perfectly fine then if it’s a canonical URL for search if it’s the one that we actually index then yes we will use that when determining the quality of the side when looking at things overall so if it’s a canonical will use at if it’s not the canonical if it’s like an added amp page to your desktop site to your mobile site then we’ll focus on the canonical when it comes to determining the quality of the page itself so those are essentially the the two main options there one thing I also has here is if you’re using amp as a separate page for your site then I try to make sure that as much as possible the amp version is actually equivalent to your main version so avoid the situation where the amp is kind of a trim down version of your page it doesn’t have videos it doesn’t have the full content because that’s a terrible user experience and I know the amp team really doesn’t like it when people serve low quality amps instead of normal pages so if you have that content then make that content shine on an amp page.

Webmaster Guru Answered on April 11, 2017.
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