Your AMP powered pages rank high on Google search results and can help you expand your audience. You can convert your AMP powered page visitors to an audience by giving them an option to subscribe to your website and start receiving notifications you send.
Google Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) is an open-source project focused on creating a user-first experience. This framework is used to build fast-loading mobile pages for android devices. Reduced page load time help in pages rank better, hence driving more traffic.
AMP powered pages create a lightweight mobile experience by using simplified HTML, streamlined CSS rules, and cache. You can identify these pages with a lightning bolt symbol on your search pages.
How a AMP powered page looks
AMP Web Push is only supported on Android devices.
AMP powered pages that support Web Push have a subscribe button which lets your visitors opt-in to receive your website notifications.
Clicking on the subscribe button brings up the subscription prompt. Now if one clicks on the Allow button in the subscription prompt they become subscribed and on the page an unsubscribe button starts showing.
Subscribing for Push Notification on a Publisher AMP page
If one clicks on the Block button, it means they have blocked you from sending any more notifications. In this case, the subscribe button on your AMP powered page remains as it was. If the visitors again click on subscribe button, they will get a message asking them to first unblock notifications for your website from their browser settings.
You can find the instructions to set up Web Push Notifications for your AMP powered pages in your iZooto account. You would need to: -
- Login to your iZooto account.
- In the left coulmn click on settings > integration instructions > Install on AMP.
- Click on "Show More" text to view complete instructions and follow them to complete the set up.
If you want to customize the button design you can do it by making the required changes to the CSS code and use it instead of the code we have shared.
It is better to place the "Subscribe to Notifications" button at the end of the article or the bottom of the page. This gives your visitors an opportunity to first go through your content and then decide to subscribe.
Updated 5 months ago