How to Fix AMP Crawl Errors in Google Search Console

Prem Tiwari - - Search Engine Optimization


Has this happened to you? You check the “Crawl Errors” report in Google Search Console and you see so many crawl errors that you don’t know where to start?

In this tutorial, I will let you know how to deal with crawl errors in Google Search Console for your AMP ( Accelerated Mobile Pages ) pages. Many webmaster and web owners has seen the Crawl error for their AMP page in Google Search Console from the 25 January, 2019.

Are you one of them, then keep your close attention in this page as I am going to share how to fix AMP crawl errors in google search console.

How to deal with crawl errors in Google Search Console

How to Fix AMP Crawl Errors in Google Search Console

Validate AMP content for Google Search

If you haven’t’ seen any structure data errors, then try the following:

  1. Make your page discoverable by linking your pages.
    • Did you add rel="amphtml" to the canonical page?
    • Did you add rel="amphtml" to other non-AMP pages (for example, mobile)?
    • Did you add rel="canonical" to the AMP page?
  2. Follow the Google Search guidelines for AMP pages.
  3. Make your AMP content accessible to Googlebot:
    • Edit your site’s robots.txt to allow Googlebot to crawl the canonical page, AMP page, and links in the structured data (if applicable).

Have you done all above steps, the follow the below steps to re-validate your AMP page in Google Search Console.

Step 1. Login to your Google Search Console.

Step 2. Navigate to the AMP ( Accelerated Mobile Pages ) menu from the left menubar.

Step 3. Go to the Details section and open the “Crawl Error”.

How to Fix AMP Crawl Errors in Google Search Console

Step 4. Click on the “Validate Fix” button to begin the validation process. Please note this process is not immediate affect, it will take time to re-validate your AMP page based on number of error pages.

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Happy Blogging!


About: Prem Tiwari

Prem Tiwari is the founder of FreeWebMentor.com and also a professional developer who has vast experience in PHP and open source technologies. Apart from this, he is a blogger by hobby and also he has been a regular speaker of WordPress sessions in various IT Companies.


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