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    How Hummingbird effects on SEO

    What's the leading key point of "Hummingbird" and how it effects on SEO?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shovanfreedom View Post
    What's the leading key point of "Hummingbird" and how it effects on SEO?
    The main point about Hummingbird was to get better at interpreting what users were asking for - unlike Panda and Penguin, it wasn't about the end websites, but about understanding the question. In terms of its impact on SEO, I think it just highlights the importance of well written natural language.

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    I don't think Hummingbird effects seo. The aim of Hummingbird is to understand search query and return better results. Because these days people ask long question on Google. Panda and Penguin are part of Google algorithm but Hummingbird itself is an algorithm.

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    I don't believe Hummingbird effects SEO. Hummingbird Update by Google is usually to meet conversational searches that people wants, So don't worry and keep going with white hat SEO and Update your website contents with what people want in the sites niche.

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    Google updates its engine everyday. Those are just names of algorthims. The HummingBird update aims at understanding the user queries at a much better rate focusing on long tail keywords. In normal scenarios, none of those will change your online marketing plan or content writing style.


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