Want To Test Google Search Console AMP Related Features?

Jan 5, 2016 - 7:59 am 0 by

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Google's John Mueller posted information about becoming a beta tester for the new Google Search Console features around AMP (accelerated mobile pages). He posted about it on Google+ saying if you already implemented AMP or plan on doing so soon and want to test out some beta features in the Google Search Console, you can apply to be a beta tester over here.

We've covered AMP a lot here recently and you can expect a lot more coverage around it in 2016. Google is going to be pushing it hard and we will track it as it goes.

John wrote on Google+:

Interested in trying out AMP features in Search Console?

If your game this year includes working on Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP), especially if you’ve already implemented AMP for a site, and you’re keen on giving us feedback on new features, you might want to sign up as a beta-tester at http://g.co/SearchConsoleTester . You can find out more about AMP at http://ampproject.org

The photo John took and posted rocked, so I borrowed it for this blog post. Hope he doesn't mind.

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