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How to use Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) in HubSpot

Last updated: May 21, 2018

Applies to:

Marketing Hub: Basic, Pro, Enterprise

AMP, or Accelerated Mobile Pages, is a mobile-specific page format that loads content nearly instantaneously. In order to load quickly on mobile, the Javascript files, stylesheets, HubSpot forms, head HTML and footer HTML will not render in the AMP version of the page. You can read more about AMP and how it works here.

In HubSpot, there are two-ways to set up AMP:

1. Apply AMP across all your blog content

2. Apply AMP to specific blog posts

Please note: Currently, AMP is only available for HubSpot blogs and blog posts, not for landing pages or website pages.

Apply AMP across all your blog content

If you are interested in applying AMP across all your blog posts, please follow the steps below to get it setup.

  • From your HubSpot Marketing account, navigate to Content > Content Settings.
  • Click MarketingBlog in the left side menu, then select the Google AMP tab. Enable AMP by switching the toggle ON.
  • Once AMP is enabled, HubSpot will validate each blog post (for your blog template) and the next time Google crawls the blog post they will cache the AMP version. If there are errors with the AMP version, Google will send you an email directly to let you know. Please refer to this separate document for more information on troubleshooting these errors.
  • Also once AMP is enabled, this Google AMP section will have a number of options that can be customized including logo, font, and font colors. Once you've finished customizing your AMP settings, click Save. 

Apply AMP to specific blog posts

If you would like to only setup AMP for specific blog posts, following the steps below.

  • From your HubSpot Marketing account, navigate to Content > Blog and hover over the blog post you want to edit and click Actions > Edit.
  • Click into the Publish or Schedule tab from that blog post.
  • Within the Google AMP section, check off the box next to Enable Google AMP just for this blog post.
  • Click Update or Publish to take your changes live.
  • Once on, HubSpot will validate this specific blog post and the next time Google crawls the blog post they will cache the AMP version. If there are errors with the AMP version, Google will send you an email directly to let you know. Please refer to this article for more information on troubleshooting these errors.

When reviewing the performance of your individual blog post, you can see a breakdown of engagements based on if the post was viewed based on whether the AMP or standard version of the post was viewed. Please note that views of AMP-enabled content will not be tracked on contacts' timelines due to the way that AMP functions and blocks JavaScript.

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