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    Default Google Humming Bird: What is it?

    Do you have any ideas what is a big G humming bird all about?
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    Default Re: Google Humming Bird: What is it?

    Google Hummingbird is a search algorithm used by Google.

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    Default Re: Google Humming Bird: What is it?

    Hummingbird skeletal anatomy is immensely completely different to it of a standard forward bird, with elongated hand bones, shortened arm bone and forearm bones, thickened wing bones to support straight wing beating and re-designing of the articulation spheroid ea to accommodate the rotation of the arm bone permitting production of thrust on back strokes.

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    Default Re: Google Humming Bird: What is it?

    Hummingbird is about synonyms but also about context. Google always had synonyms, but with Hummingbird it is also able to judge context - thereby judging the intent of a person carrying out a search, to determine what they are trying to find out.

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    Default Re: Google Humming Bird: What is it?

    Google created a search algorithm; it sorts out all the information it has when users search and get back with answers. It’s known as Hummingbird. Google is using this algorithm to return better results.

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    Default Re: Google Humming Bird: What is it?

    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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    Default Re: Google Humming Bird: What is it?

    Hummingbird is Google’s search algorithm which focuses on delivering more accurate results by not simply looking at keywords in isolation, but looks at them in the context they are being used. Hence, it focuses better on the meaning behind words.

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