Google: Hummingbird Update
Abou Bakar • Jan 24, 2018
August 22, 2013
low-quality content, Keyword stuffing
How it works:
Google Famous Algorithm Hummingbird helps Google better interpret search queries and provide most relevant results that match searcher intent (as opposed to the individual terms within the query). While keywords continue to be important, Hummingbird makes it possible for a page to rank for a query even if it doesn’t contain the exact words the searcher entered. This is achieved with the help of natural language processing that relies on latent semantic indexing, co-occurring terms and synonyms.
How to adjust:
Expand your keyword research and focus on concepts, not keywords. Carefully research related searches, synonyms and co-occurring terms. Great sources of such ideas are Google Related Searches and Google Autocomplete. You’ll find all of them incorporated into Rank Tracker’s Keyword Research module.