Posts Tagged ‘Google Hummingbird’

PostHeaderIcon Stop Using These 5 SEO Techniques Immediately

Stop Using SEO Techniques

Do you use SEO techniques to improve your website performance?
Did you know that there are some SEO techniques that cannot be applied anymore?

Since Hummingbird comes, SEO techniques that had once been used will make your website penalized. SEO techniques that you think will work for you will make you down. It was frustrating, right?

Well, you don’t need to be frustrated anymore. If you know what works and what does not, then all will be fine. That’s why, I want to warn you about 5 SEO techniques that can hurt your website. You should stop using these techniques immediately. Read the rest of this entry »

PostHeaderIcon Latest SEO Techniques For 2014

SEO Techniques
I’m sure many people are wondering how to optimize blogs nowadays. Hummingbird makes blogs that focuses solely on keywords experienced a significant drop in traffic, since this algorithm wants to make Google as ‘answering machine’ for its users.

That’s why, this time I will discuss about SEO techniques, so let’s talk about SEO!! Read the rest of this entry »

PostHeaderIcon Writing Tips How to Overcome Google Hummingbird

Writing Tips
With the changes of algorithm made ​​by Google, it is also changing the way webmasters and bloggers in making posts. As said by Danny Sullivan, SEO experts and observers Search Engine number one in the world, Hummingbird is now using the “Conversational search”, where Google read the intent of your writing, not just reading the words. Read the rest of this entry »

PostHeaderIcon All About Google Hummingbird And How Google Hummingbird Works

Google Hummingbird
This month is an exceptional month for content marketing, SEO and internet marketers, especially bloggers. Google is proud to announce that there will be no longer valid search keywords organically and at the same introduce the newest update: Google Hummingbird. These two important announcements become special concern for bloggers and webmasters because it means eliminating the search results based on the keywords using semantic search. Read the rest of this entry »

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