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Ah I didn't know this.

I run a WordPress blog. From the documentations of Google and WordPress AMP plugins, I have always thought that the user will be directed to "originalurl/amp" on my domain when they click on the Google link on their phone. Now that I see it's a Google domain, this is really weird.




It's not an AMP thing per se, it's how Google handles AMP in search results.


No, its explicitly an AMP thing. Google serves the user a cached version of your page directly from its servers, hence the google.com/amp/ url


No, it's not. See Nuzzel's implementation of AMP, it opens the AMP version on the host.


True, but you can serve the AMP page directly from the host.




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