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Hummingbird, Google’s latest semantic algorithm update adds complexity, comparison and prediction.

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For more information about Google’s Hummingbird update check out David Amerland’s blog post “What Google’s Hummingbird Update Really Means”.

 

3 Responses to Hummingbird, Google’s latest semantic algorithm update adds complexity, comparison and prediction.

  1. Hummingbirds are madly in love with natural and relevant link profiles, links from relevant sources (and not just PageRank 7 sources), links from evergreen content sites, links from established, reputable online publications. Trust and authority remain king. How do we get that? Provide content that helps people solve problems, or better yet, teaches them something.

  2. One problem though, I don't think Keywords Selection is as important anymore when Hummingbird (Google's latest search engine algorithm update) arrived. You see, with Hummingbird, the results are no longer directly coupled to individual keywords, but rather to the sequence of the queries. The linking of a sequence of queries is makes it possible to determine the intent of a search query without the need for ‘caveman’ terms.

  3. Great Article

    I dont know where to start, but I personally believe that things are getting too complicated in SEO with each passing day. If you do not keep a track of what is happening around you, you would lose it completely. For a newbie, he would require a month or so to understand the deal with the current logic and how to deal with Hummingbird and all.

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