Apr 10 Posted 2 years ago
It is the hummingbird that uses artificial intelligence and dues to this the user are getting more valuable information.
Jan 16 Posted 3 years ago
It is great to see such an in-depth list of steps. Hummingbird appears to only be the tip of the iceberg when you look at the future (as I think is accurately shown above).
In regards to the Not Provided issue please see this paper I penned on techniques for providing them:
It was interesting to me the timing of Google's Not Provided/https decision with their launch of Hummingbird which deals more greatly with long-tails inherint in contextual targeting. It's like they were worried SEOs would better manipulate Hummingbird with that keyword referral knowledge.
Thanks and cheers,
Oct 14 Posted 3 years ago
Thanks for this excellent article. The implications are clear and we need to move into the new reality of accepting that technology is changing very fast and Google is preparing for the future. Old-fashioned SEO is over - now the challenge is to understand what the changes and that means working with Google. Many of my clients have had severe ranking changes over the past few weeks and we're scrambling to figure out why - this article clarified a couple of points. Cheers.
Oct 7 Posted 3 years ago
If you haven't seen it this is a useful post by Rand Fiskin at Moz on what marketers can do given the lack of keyword data http://moz.com/blog/100-percent-keyword-not-provided-whiteboard-tuesday
Oct 7 Posted 3 years ago
it's hard for me to fight with google hummingbird.my online shop was drop on page 2 and 3 since google hummingbird out.
but i have a question,how i can optimize my online shop if the site doesn't update every day for more post?
i use a blogger for my online shop.
Oct 5 Posted 3 years ago One thing I really hate about the Hummingbird update is that they are getting rid of letting you see which organic keywords are generating traffic for you. I really hate that they are doing this! Another way big G is sticking it to the little guy. With this keyword research tool though you can still see where your traffic is coming for 100 percent of your keywords which is good, just hate that I have to pay for it now.
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