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I manage a website with 200,000+ products, with 2,400,000 URLs:

  • 600,000 URLs for non-AMP visitors in English (per product: 1 page of features, 1 page with photos, 1 page with opinions)
  • 600,000 URLs for AMP visitors in English
  • 600,000 URLs for non-AMP visitors in French
  • 600,000 URLs for AMP visitors in French

I'm experiencing crawl budget issues (thin content, etc.), Google stopped indexing 60% of my total URLs, and I wondered if is it worth serving AMP versions of each page. I suspect I'm wasting the half of my crawl budget with AMP while the non-AMP pages are responsive with a 97/100 in the Google PageSpeed Insights.

Any similar experience is welcome.

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