Support » Plugin: AMP » AMP Plugin not compatibale with Google Auto Ads on mobile phones.

  • Resolved nextgenerationreaders

    (@nextgenerationreaders)


    I’m using AMP plugin for my website. Google Auto Ads are not showing on my website when I access it from a mobile phone. But Google Ads are showing on my website when I access it from a desktop or laptop.
    PLEASE GIVE ME A SOLUTION FOR THIS.

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  • Plugin Support James Osborne

    (@jamesosborne)

    From the AMP URLs I inspected on your site I don’t see ads visible just yet. If you’ve just setup ads using Site Kit it may time some time before ads appear on your AMP URLs, with the AdSense platform logic determining the quantity of ads and whether there are suitable positions.

    I noticed also you’re using AMP in reader mode. You can ensure your AMP URLs look consistent with your non AMP URLs by switching to transitional mode, as you seem to be using an AMP compatible theme. This would mean more content and more suitable ad positions for your AMP URLs, with widget areas appearing and the same theme templates used.

    If you find your ads are not appearing after a few days for your AMP URLs you can submit a query to the product experts at the AdSense Help Center. Unfortunately we can only assist with AMP plugin queries here, although I can confirm that correct ad code does appear on your site.

    Thread Starter nextgenerationreaders

    (@nextgenerationreaders)

    I’m not a website developer. So please make this more simple for me.
    Would you please tell me which AMP setting are suitable for my site to show Google Ads on my site?
    1. Reader mode or Transitional mode
    2. is Twenty Twenty WordPress theme compatible with AMP?

    Plugin Support James Osborne

    (@jamesosborne)

    No problem, I can provide some additional guidance. See below:

    1. Reader mode or Transitional mode

    As you’re using Twenty Twenty I would suggest using transitional mode. In transitional mode you have an AMP version and a non AMP version of your content. If you find everything is working as it should be in your AMP version then why not switch to standard mode, ensuring you only have one version, a fully AMP site with all the performance benefits AMP brings to users.

    2. is Twenty Twenty WordPress theme compatible with AMP?

    Correct, it’s fully AMP compatible. You’ll find other themes that are confirmed as fully AMP compatible on the plugins website.

    Thread Starter nextgenerationreaders

    (@nextgenerationreaders)

    THANK YOU VERY MUCH

    Plugin Support James Osborne

    (@jamesosborne)

    No problem whatsoever, happy to help. Be sure to share your thoughts on using the AMP plugin, we’d love to hear your feedback.

    Thread Starter nextgenerationreaders

    (@nextgenerationreaders)

    There were sidebars on my pages before I activating the AMP plugin. Does AMP mode disable the sidebars on my website’s pages?

    Plugin Support James Osborne

    (@jamesosborne)

    The AMP plugin doesn’t alter any existing sidebars. If you’re using an AMP compatible theme – which you are, then the theme will appear no different in AMP as it does in non AMP. It may have been that you were adding sidebars dynamically or using a plugin which isn’t compatible.

    Thread Starter nextgenerationreaders

    (@nextgenerationreaders)

    THANK YOU

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