AMP removal

Process to Remove AMP from Google Search

Google recently introduces the concept of removing the AMP content from Google Search Result. Some time webmaster and publisher face lot more challenge in terms of AMP content. To stop showing AMP content from Google search result you can follow the below mentioned step. Recently Google added a document in Developer section relating to the removing of AMP content from search engine result.

On CMS platform like WordPress, Drupal and Squarespace you can manage the AMP in different way. Below we are going to show you the process of removing the AMP from Google Search result for the custom build solution.

Some of the publishers facing an issue that AMP content causing lack of revenue and control over ads.

AMP content removal

Let’s explore all the process of removing the AMP content from Google Search result –

  • 1. Remove rel=”amphtml” link from the source code of the canonical page.
  • 2. Add “noindex” meta tag on all the AMP pages. Preventing Googlebot from crawling and indexing of AMP pages.
  • 3. After adding the “noindex” meta tag go and update the sitemap. Submit the sitemap.xml file over Google Search Console.
  • 4. Verify the removal of your AMP page using Google Search console AMP report.
  • 5. Make your server configured to manage the 301 redirect for all AMP pages.
  • 6. Manage the redirect in perfect way for all the AMP pages.
  • 7. Check over Google search result for the removal of all your website AMP pages. You need to check completely and if any AMP page exists look into it and perform the above mentioned steps.

The above mentioned step perfect in order to remove completely the AMP page from Google Search Result.

The main motive of launching the AMP page is to accelerate the performance of website over mobile device. For more detail on why Google introduce AMP concept please explore our blog – All About AMP Content

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