Google "Interesting Finds" Shows AMP Pages & More

Apr 9, 2018 • 8:09 am | comments (4) by | Filed Under Google Search Engine

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Google is testing a feature called "Interesting finds" which shows AMP pages in a two by two grid around a query. For example, if you search on Google mobile for [when is mothers day], towards the bottom of the search results will be a section named "Interesting finds." It looks like this:

Google Interesting Finds Amp Stories

Grant Oster notified me of this, although I am not sure how new this feature is exactly.

Those are AMP pages, with top carousel markup, so the images look good and the content loads fast on click.

It does look like not all of those results are powered by AMP, such as the bottom left one. But it does seem most are, which is why there are AMP icons on three of the four results.

I do not see this on the desktop search results, I only see them on mobile.

Forum discussion at Twitter.

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