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    How has Hummingbird changed the landscape of search ?

    How has Hummingbird changed the landscape of search ?

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    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.
    Hummingbird is paying more attention to each word in a query, ensuring that the whole query — the whole sentence or conversation or meaning — is taken into account, rather than particular words. The goal is that pages matching the meaning do better, rather than pages matching just a few words

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    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.

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    Hummingbird is the codename given to Google Search in 2013 for a major algorithm switch. Its name was derived from the hummingbird's speed and accuracy. It paying more attention to each word in a whole sentence, conversation, etc.

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    The Hummingbird update was a major update to Google's search algorithm since the 2010 "Caffeine Update". Unlike previous search algorithms which would focus on each individual word in the search query, The goal is that pages matching the meaning do better, rather than pages matching just a few words.

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    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.

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    Hummingbird sought to allow users the ability to confidently search for topics and sub-topics rather than having to engineer queries using Google-fu.

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    Hummingbird" places greater emphasis on natural language queries, considering context and meaning over individual keywords. ... The upgrade marked the most significant change to Google search in years, with more "human" search interactions and a much heavier focus on conversation and meaning.

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    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.

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    Say goodbye to keyword stuffing, that what it means.

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    Hummingbird is the codename given to a significant algorithm change in Google Search in 2013. The upgrade marked the most significant change to Google search in years, with more "human" search interactions and a much heavier focus on conversation and meaning.

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    Hummingbird allows the Google search engine to better do its job through an improvement in semantic search. As conversational search becomes the norm, Hummingbird lends understanding to the intent and contextual meaning of terms used in a query.

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