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Search Engine Optimization => SEO Basics => Topic started by: Patrecia on 10-08-2013, 07:47:12

Title: Google Hummingbird
Post by: Patrecia on 10-08-2013, 07:47:12
Any ideas or views on the new Google Hummingbird Update?
Title: Re: Google Hummingbird
Post by: Brainpulse on 11-12-2013, 23:46:26
Hummingbird search algorithm is probably meant to offer more precise and faster query results and this algorithm is based on semantic search and it focuses on what users want versus individual search terms searched.
Title: Re: Google Hummingbird
Post by: John Smith on 11-14-2013, 04:33:16
Hummingbird algorithm update by the google is a clear sign that the google is trying to interact  directly with people using its various service like finding solution for their problem whenever we try to find something most of our sentence starts with interrogative words or phrase in that way google is  focusing on providing better service to the people through its search result and also it targeting the mobile device user as now a day internet connectivity on mobile device is  very easy and efficient so most of the people using mobile device for searching their query, which also provide the voice search option and supports google's voice search application so this algorithm starting a new trend in SEO.
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Title: Re: Google Hummingbird
Post by: Shirin Khan on 11-19-2013, 04:32:14
Hi Patrecia
Hummingbird is a new search algorithm of Google, the system it uses to sort through all the information it has when you search and come back with answers. It’s called “Hummingbird”. !-!
Title: Re: Google Hummingbird
Post by: richardmsmith on 09-19-2018, 22:41:37
Hummingbird is Google’s latest search algorithm which focuses on delivering more accurate results by not simply looking at keywords in isolation  but looks at them in the context they are being used. Hence it focuses better on the meaning behind words.
Title: Re: Google Hummingbird
Post by: MVMInfotech18 on 09-20-2018, 22:31:34
Algorithm updates are nothing new, but Hummingbird represents (arguably) the largest change since Google’s last update in 2010 dubbed “Caffeine.” So, why the update? One of the goals is to allow Google to better respond to longer and more complex queries. When people first started using search engines, it wasn’t uncommon for them to enter single word queries.
Title: Re: Google Hummingbird
Post by: kustifranti on 10-09-2018, 18:34:10
Hummingbird look calculation is most likely intended to offer more exact and quicker question results and this calculation depends on semantic pursuit and it centers around what clients need versus singular hunt terms sought.
Title: Re: Google Hummingbird
Post by: georgebell on 10-10-2018, 23:18:52
Hummingbird is the codename given to a significant algorithm change in Google Search in 2013. Its name was derived from the speed and accuracy of the hummingbird. The change was announced on September 26, 2013, having already been in use for a month.
Title: Re: Google Hummingbird
Post by: vallam on 10-16-2018, 07:20:05
Do you guys really think OP needs your answers from 2018 when he asked the question in 2013?
Title: Re: Google Hummingbird
Post by: georgebell on 10-20-2018, 00:15:01
Hummingbird is the codename given to a significant algorithm change in Google Search in 2013. Its name was derived from the speed and accuracy of the hummingbird. The change was announced on September 26, 2013, having already been in use for a month.
Title: Re: Google Hummingbird
Post by: rohinidubey on 07-05-2019, 04:56:42
Hummingbird is the codename given to a significant algorithm change in Google Search in 2013
Title: Re: Google Hummingbird
Post by: Lookchup on 07-20-2019, 05:39:17
Google announced Hummingbird on September 26, 2013, but it had actually already been in place about a month prior. Whereas previous algorithm updates like Panda and Penguin sparked significant reporting of lost traffic and rankings, Hummingbird did not appear to have drastic negative impacts on the general web. It was largely understood as having a positive influence on the accuracy of Google’s knowledge base known as the “knowledge graph.” However, the local SEO community theorized that documented effects had been felt in the local search engine results.
Title: Re: Google Hummingbird
Post by: ritesh3592 on 09-13-2019, 22:16:46
Google Hummingbird algorithm change implies the Google search results had a new refinement leading to “precise and fast” results with more focus on the meaning of the words.That change in quality for search results flowing from the Hummingbird algorithm is understood when we compare the pre-2013 results.
Title: Re: Google Hummingbird
Post by: webxerossolutions on 10-02-2019, 04:53:43
Hummingbird is the codename given to a significant algorithm change in Google Search. Its name was derived from the speed and accuracy of the hummingbird. The change was announced on September 26, 2013, having already been in use for a month.
Google Hummingbird is a major algorithm change Google officially announced on September 2013. The Hummingbird algorithm substantially altered the way Google search results work in an effort to improve the way users interact with those results and provide more direct answers to specific queries. This is part of Google's process to shift from simply searching individual query words to instead understanding the meaning of a query as a whole, and therefore providing more useful and relevant results.
Title: Re: Google Hummingbird
Post by: spoorti1509 on 10-03-2019, 06:17:10
Well, The algorithm Hummingbird is probably meant to offer more precise and faster query results so this is also based on semantic search and it focuses on what users want versus individual search terms searched. Feel free to ask more doubts...
Title: Re: Google Hummingbird
Post by: lishmaliny on 10-14-2019, 05:09:40
The "Hummingbird" update was the first major update to Google's search algorithm since the 2010 "Caffeine" search architecture upgrade, but even that was limited primarily to improving the indexing of information rather than sorting through information.
Title: Re: Google Hummingbird
Post by: rohinidubey on 11-21-2019, 00:41:19
Hummingbird is Google’s latest search algorithm which focuses on delivering more accurate results by not simply looking at keywords in isolation, but looks at them in the context they are being used. Hence, it focuses better on the meaning behind words.