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How to prepare for humming bird?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by ComRade667, Nov 27, 2013.

  1. ComRade667

    ComRade667 Regular Member

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    hi guys,

    i just want to share something about recent humming bird update of Google. Do you know, what is the main reason for this update? not only for removing spamming but also for enhancing the users search experience.

    if you really want to Rank your website after this update, what should you do.

    in fact, it is hard to believe, keywords don't have much value in this recent update. what have we done before, focusing on two to three long tail keywords and try to rank, but hummingbird algorithm is little bit different it also consider the relevancy of the keyword. what i mean is that, if you take 3 words keyword, it will spin it for some alternative words and searches through our article and then it brings some search results. of course, little bit hard to rank.

    2014 is mobile era, try to optimize your website for mobile. Google also consider this one.

    content is the king, yes i know, it is well known but people who doesn't bother about their content, try to focus on your content

    what should we consider?

    Google +, yes

    if you get links from Google + then they will be happy and provide higher value for this link. Frankly, they do this in order to garb more potential user for G+. However, now FB is leading social network as compared to G+, Google do whatever they can in order to overcome FB. For this reasons, they give high priority fro G+.

    Directory links are considered as spamming, realize it and save your time in directory submission.

    As i already say, write for users not for Bot. Try to build links in natural way

    For instance, if you have a new website

    First day, do one social share,

    then after two days, do 1 web 2.0

    then after two days, try to build multiple links. i.e. bookmarks, video shares etc. but don't blast your links because it is the path for leaving foot prints for Google.

    If you act smart and follow white hat seo, you don't have to bother about any updates. Thanks for spending your time ! :frog:

    Regards,
    ComRade667
     
  2. MaximumAchievement

    MaximumAchievement Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Web 2.0, Google+,Social Media,Good and unique content.
     
  3. validseo

    validseo Power Member

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    I was with you until this line... Updates MayDay, Caffeine, and Instant killed long tail search volume and drove up adwords CPC... The notion that Google will be nice to you if you follow the rules is totally untrue. They dramatically hurt so many online retailers that I'd wager that they moved the needle in unemployment stats for the retail sector with these updates. Google's 10Q filings showed huge gains in online advertising after those updates. That's when I stopped believing that Google's motto of "Do No Evil" was actually being practiced... clearly the plan is "Money Money Money" and they are willing to plow through anyone in their path to get it.
     
  4. saqib1234

    saqib1234 Newbie

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    Do manual SEO in the beginning. Dont use any automatic software in the start to avoid google penalties.
     
  5. JessePinkman

    JessePinkman Junior Member

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    I've said it before and I'll say it again: It's all about content. The bottom of the barrel crap is not going to cut it anymore. Internet Marketers will need to spend more money on content and cut corners elsewhere.
     
  6. seranking

    seranking Junior Member

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    Don't fall back on automatic software to build up links. The best way to control all seo process is do that manually. Right, content is king, so do all the best to make quality and fresh content for people, not for search engines. Share it via social media and interact with your fans about the topic. Guest blogging is a good way to make natural links too.
     
  7. mindlesswizard

    mindlesswizard Supreme Member

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    This is how you prepare for humming bird !!

    hummingbir.jpg
     
  8. ninjaturtle

    ninjaturtle Newbie

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    I've heard the same thing about Google+.
    I wonder if it's just bullshit and Google is trying to advertise Google+.

    Anyway, great post ComRade.
     
  9. Kralj187

    Kralj187 Senior Member

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    Talking about white hat seo in 2014? Dear lord
     
  10. darkhero313

    darkhero313 Newbie

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    I feel that mobile optimized websites won't gain much more priority in the future.

    Why?
    - In my opinion, devices and tablets are becoming so much faster every year, get higher resolution displays and overall larger displays that it won't be neccessary anymore in the forseeable future to maintain different layouts.

    I for example still optimize my sites for 1024px width and have no problems displaying them on modern smartphones or tablets, because Chrome for example is doing a great job at rearranging paragraphs to give you a flawless experience.
    That's why I'm usually never surfing mobile versions of websites, because I want the full experience and don't have rendering or performance issues with *most* desktop sites.

    Is there any proof that Google is planning to focus on mobile sites and mobile experience in 2014?