Ampify is used to create an Accelerated Mobile Page (AMP) compliant version of your website. AMP-compliant websites are lightweight and designed to give mobile visitors a fast, smooth, and engaging experience.
AMP pages provide better SEO, higher search rankings and a 30% increase in search traffic on average by maximizing Introduction to Core Web Vitals score. Pages that implement AMP are pre-loaded from Google’s fast CDN servers by default, leading to near-instant load times.
The following plans are available based on the number of pages that need to be accelerated with Ampify:
|Free Trial||Free for 30 days||Includes all features in the Pro plan|
|Basic||$7/mo||Up to 5 ampified pages|
|Plus||$12/mo||Up to 15 ampified pages|
Up to 100 ampified pages
|Premium||$25/mo||Up to 500 ampified pages|
Accelerate existing pages with ease using Ampify’s AMP conversion engine.
Take advantage of Google’s CDN network to provide visitors with near-instant loading times.
Receive search ranking prioritization due to increased Core Web Vitals scores.
Provide your mobile site visitors with a highly mobile-optimized and mobile-friendly page.
Resale Pricing Recommendations
Mobile site acceleration is a requirement shared by many sites, especially since Google rolled out their Core Web Vitals based ranking in June 2021. Since this is a common solution, the free trial should remain free and markup prices on the other plans should not exceed 30%.
How does AMP work?
Once a Duda page is ampified, an AMP version of it goes live alongside it. The new AMP page is hosted by Ampify at a separate URL. Whenever Google indexes the Duda page, it checks whether an AMP version exists for that page via a special tag that Ampify embeds. Google then validates that the page adheres to the AMP framework. Once Google has verified the page, it will begin to optimize it, cache it across its CDN, and prioritize it in search results. Learn more about AMP from Google.
Does AMP replace my site?
AMP doesn’t replace your site. Mobile visitors who visit your site from search engines are directed to the AMP version. Google is not the only source of traffic that uses your AMP version, other search engines like Bing and social platforms like LinkedIn send mobile traffic to the AMP version. When these visitors move on to browse your site from the first AMP page, they do so in the HTML version of the site.
Mobile visitors accessing your site directly (for example, by entering your site’s URL) will receive the standard Duda mobile site.
How long does it take for ampified pages to go live?
It might take up to several days for newly created AMP pages to be picked up by Google and presented in the search results. The duration is correlated with the number of visits the site receives on a daily basis. This process can be expedited by clicking re-index in the site’s Google Search Console.
When updating an existing AMP page, the changes can take some time to appear in the live version.
Does Ampify work with other Editor apps?
Apps that don’t have front-end components shouldn’t be affected by the creation of an AMP version. Apps with a front-end component might be affected, depending on what they’re doing and whether the apps were specifically translated by the Ampify team. It is recommended you review ampified pages with apps before approving them to go live.
Can new pages be ampified automatically?
All paid plans have the option to automatically ampify new blog posts when they are published.
Does changing the page also require re-approval of the AMP page?
No. Ampify continuously samples the HTML version of the page and updates the AMP version to match it. If a change that requires review is discovered, the site admin is notified about it via email.
Can I ampify a page with a third-party script in it?
Third-party components that are not part of an editor that Ampify doesn’t recognize are ampified together with the rest of the page’s components. Ampify can’t tell in advance if the ampified version of the component will function correctly or not. When reviewing the page prior to its approval third-party components are highlighted for careful examination. If they don't function properly, there is an option to remove them from the AMP version. For more information, see Customized Sites and Apps.
Does Ampify support eCommerce sites?
Product pages and the Main Store widget are not currently supported. eCommerce widgets can be ampified (Product Gallery, Product Search, Cart, and so on).
Can multi-language sites be ampified?
Yes. When a page is ampified all the language versions are ampified with it. For the purpose of plan usage, a multi-language page and its versions are counted as a single page.