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05-31-2018, 01:30 AM
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What is google hummingbird algorithm..?

05-31-2018, 01:43 AM
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.

05-31-2018, 02:47 AM
Google Hummingbird is part of the main Google search algorithm and was the biggest change to their algorithm since 2001.

What is different about Hummingbird is that this one is not specifically a spam targeting algorithm, but instead an algorithm to ensure they are serving the best results for specific queries.

Hummingbird is more about being able to understand search queries better, particularly with the rise of conversational search.

It is believed that Hummingbird is positively impacting the types of sites that are providing high-quality content that reads well to the searcher and is providing answers to the question the searcher is asking, whether it is implied or not.

Hummingbird also impacts long-tailed search queries, similarly to how RankBrain is also helping those types of queries.

Google wants to ensure that they can provide high-quality results for the longer queries.

05-31-2018, 02:59 AM
It is a Google software in charge of browsing websites and preparing it for being present on search results. Every update gets a name. Hummingbird is just a name they used for a particular version