Google Hummingbird

  • WebPromo’s Q&A with Google’s Andrey Lipattsev [transcript]

    …. Going back to the original idea of links, you can kind of reasonably say, ‘I see a page, I see the links on that page, I see where they’re going’ – if we can see them, granted they can be no-followed, they can be hidden, that’s like little things, but by and large, they’re here, we can see them, we can use them. The words on the page. This stuff…

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  • Are search engines ‘semantic’?

    … Intelligence, is starting to lead the way with. Just look at translation services, get a native speaker and you will see that search engines cannot yet properly translate queries into full, local dialect. Keeping in mind that Hummingbird was released over two and a half years ago! What Google Hummingbird really does to queries? Google Hummingbird…

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  • Using Artificial Intelligence to Solve #SEO

    …) and their respective search engine results (outputs). Their inputs, or optimizations, are before even the crawling components of the search engine. In fact, typical optimizations have to go through four layers: crawling, indexing, scoring, and finally the real-time query layer. Trying to correlate this way is fools gold. In fact, Google actually…

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