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Google Hummingbird Research

Google Hummingbird: Where No Search Has Gone Before

Scotty: Computer! Computer? Hello, computer.... Dr. Nichols: Just use the keyboard. Scotty: Keyboard. How quaint. -Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home Google has made several major changes to its search engine over the past several months.

How Will Google Hummingbird Impact Links? Here Are 6 Ways

So you have a question you would like answered, and that question is: "How Will Google Hummingbird Impact Links?" It's still way too early in Hummingbird season to fully understand the impact of the new algorithm, but I've spotted a few clues, and the title of this column is a direct result of those clues.

FAQ: All About The New Google "Hummingbird" Algorithm

Google has a new search algorithm, the system it uses to sort through all the information it has when you search and come back with answers. It's called "Hummingbird" and below, what we know about it so far. What's a "search algorithm?" That's a technical term for what you can think of as a recipe [...]

Google Hummingbird

Google Hummingbird is the new Google algorithm by Google. September 27, 2013 is Google's official birthday, making Google 15 years old. To celebrate their 15th birthday, Google launched a new "Hummingbird" algorithm, claiming that Google search can be a more human way to interact with users and provide a more direct answer.

SEOs Adapt To Google's Hummingbird Algorithm

As you know, Google announced their Hummingbird algorithm about a month after it launched, claiming no one noticed and no one should notice. But we do think we did notice but no one can confirm that outside of Google and they won't.

Hummingbird & Other Updates Show Google is Gearing Up

Would it surprise anyone if I said Google has been changing things up? Probably not. Google is a company that 'tinkers' with its prized algorithm hundreds of times a year. Recently, however, there has been more action than usual spanning a wide gamut of Google-sphere products and services.

The New Google Algorithm | Social Media Today

If you've not noticed any significant changes in the last month, then it looks like you've escaped unscathed. Some of the effects we've seen have been small however and could easily be missed, including small losses in Domain Authority and drops down SERPs for some previously highly ranking content, while other, less obvious content has risen up.

Google Recently Made A Silent Shift To A New Search Algorithm, "Hummingbird"

Have you noticed recently that Google has gotten a bit better at offering up direct answers to questions? If so, there's a reason for it: they recently flipped the switch on a new search algorithm they call "Hummingbird", which focuses on parsing searches as complex questions.

The Google Hummingbird Patent?

By , on September 27, 2013, at 2:05 am Google introduced a new algorithm by the name of Hummingbird to the world today at the garage where Google started as a business, during a celebration of Google's 15th Birthday.

What Does Google's Hummingbird Update Mean For Your SEO Efforts? Nothing

Yesterday the news broke at a Google press event that the largest upgrade to its search algorithm since 2001, dubbed Hummingbird, had already rolled out last month. "Algorithm?" you ask. "Isn't that the thing the determines how websites are ranked? And you say this is the biggest change in their [...]

Google Hummingbird Update, Explained

(click image for larger view) Google marked its fifteenth anniversary on Thursday with a revision its search engine algorithm called "Hummingbird." The company introduced Hummingbird at Google senior VP Susan Wojcicki's old Menlo Park, Calif., house, where Google in its early years operated out of the garage.

Why Google's New Hummingbird Algorithm is Good News for Serious Content Creators

On October 3rd, 2013 Google announced a major search algorithm release called Hummingbird. Uh-oh. Does this mean your content-driven business is in jeopardy? Is keyword research dead? Are you going to have to reengineer your entire content strategy?