An update carrying out soon to the Google News application will send users straightforwardly to the publisher’s own website pages, instead of being shipped off AMP pages.
Google reported recently it would start supporting non-AMP content in Google News as a feature of the page experience update.
The update was dispatched in June with no notice of extended help for web content in Google News. Clearly, that update wasn’t exactly prepared at that point.
As Google says, if your distribution is now remembered for Google News there could be no further activity required.
Beforehand, using AMP was a necessity for incorporation in Google News. Numerous Publishers have been against AMP since its presentation, as it accompanies the compromise of surrendering command over on-page resources.
Subsequently, that avoided a lot of Publishers with regards to Google News who might have needed to be in it notwithstanding the AMP necessity.
On the off chance that your distribution is excluded from Google News, and you’ve been purposely holding out in dissent of AMP, you should make a move to get your substance included.
In contrast to Google Search, which independently creeps and files as much web content it can discover, Google News doesn’t search out content for its file.
Publishers need to physically apply and meet a bunch of rules to have their articles surfaced in Google News.