To AMP or not to AMP, that is the question.

For those who have decided to implement AMP (Wordpress users, I'm looking at you!), have you noticed a difference since doing so? For those of you who have chosen not to, what are your reasons?

AMP is important because it helps web pages load faster which potentially improves usability and convinces visitors to stay longer on your site engaging with your content. AMP has the potential to make your visitors happy, which means a lot to Google.

Then why don't you use AMP on the sites in your signature?

commented: Because he's here on DW only just to get those links out +7
commented: Inquiring minds. +15

Don’t get me wrong. I’m not on that AMP bandwagon by any means. But I’ll be the first to say that you should use AMP and then still refuse to do it for DaniWeb. Just wondering if everyone else out there has the same duality going on as I do.

Because he's here on DW only just to get those links out

And why are you on DaniWeb? If he participates just as much as you do in the conversations going on, who’s to say (or care) whose motivation is better?

Why is his motivation worse than the motivation of anyone signing up and asking a question just for free help?

I think people who respond to questions are offering more value than people who just ask for help.

For me, ads have never been a big bother. What really brings down the quality are posts such as the member above along with
which are as close to drivel as they come. Both these members appear to be here just for the tagline spam. They show little to no care in the replies and if there was a wish maybe it would be as in Reddit where enough downvotes and their posts never show.

If there was a reason to be done here, it's accepting such behavior.

commented: I agree with rproffitt (as usual) +15