Google Introduces New ‘Hummingbird’ Search Algorithm On Its 15th Anniversary
!!Google “Hummingbird ” Is On The Attack!!
Menlo Park, California: Google Senior VP Amit Singhal introduce the new algorithm, called Hummingbird, at an event to celebrate the search engine’s 15th birthday.
Hummingbird represents one of the most impressive changes to Google’s search engine since it improved exactly how it indexes websites 3 years before during a revamp identified as “Caffeine” according to Google Senior VP Amit Singhal for the company. He estimates that the revamp will impact the analysis of about 90 percent of global searches via Google.
As TechCrunch Explained:
The main focus, and something that went repeated many a time, was that the new algorithm allows Google to more quickly parse full questions (as opposed to parsing searches word-by-word), and to identify and rank answers to those questions from the content they’ve indexed.
If you are searching for getting all of the information on the Hummingbird Update then head straight on over to Danny Sullivan’s Hummingbird FAQ at Search Engine Land.
Does this mean SEO is Dead? As Search Engine Land Explained:
No, SEO is not yet again dead. In fact, Google’s saying there’s nothing new or different SEOs or publishers need to worry about. Guidance remains the same, it says: have original, high-quality content. Signals that have been important in the past remain important; Hummingbird just allows Google to process them in new and hopefully better ways.
[Infographic] – A Guide to Google New Algorithm Hummingbird
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Hummingbird: 5 Fast Facts You Need To Know
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These latest features of an effective signal of how far Larry Page and Sergey Brin it has taken. All of these resources are going to be triggered across all the platforms soon. Just Type in “Google In 1998“ to the current search engine and take a journey past to when the company started.
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