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Google’s Hummingbird Update is More Significant than Businesses Think

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Hummingbird is the biggest iteration of the Google algorithm since Caffeine in 2010. It is, however, going to have less impact immediately on search marketing than the Panda and Penguin updates.

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Google’s Hummingbird Update: 5 Changes You Need to Implement

Google’s Hummingbird Update: 5 Changes You Need to Implement | hummingbird | Scoop.it
The Google Hummingbird update was launched without any formal notification by Google. Various sources indicated it may have been launched around the last week of August or the first week of September.

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Hummingbird and Hashtags: Keeping Your Google Plus Content Strategy Alive

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Hummingbird and Hashtags: Keeping Your Google Plus Content Strategy Alive written by Guest Post read more at Small Business Marketing Blog from Duct Tape MarketingThursday is guest post day here at Duct Tape Marketing and today’s guest is Lauren...

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Where Are You On Google – Will The Hummingbird Find You?

Where Are You On Google – Will The Hummingbird Find You? | hummingbird | Scoop.it
A recent post on Google Voice Search was written before all the furore that has recently developed about a new Google algorithm, Hummingbird, that has been operative for just over a month.

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Cesar Rodriguez's curator insight, October 29, 2013 3:16 PM

Google's latest Humming Bird update will affect 90% of all searches. Google understands the strong trend taking place towards Mobile and natural language search queries. This article outlines some of the developments very nicely. Here is one of my biggest take-aways:


"For local searches, reviews can also be a useful indicator of the good and the bad. Any black marks will certainly keep the corresponding web pages out of the results pages.  This is an aspect you need to work on for good visibility."


In other words, having a 5-star reputation is more important than ever!