While cupcakes are synonymous with the UK food scene today, that wasn’t the case in 2004. Hummingbird Bakery founder Tarek Malouf took a serious punt.
Ever wondered 'how to achieve a high ranking position on Google'? Websites need to include high quality content that provides a great user experience.
Google never misses a chance to tell users that their goal is simple: to give people the most relevant answers to their queries as quickly as possible. Yet this requires constant tuning to their algorithms.
In case you weren’t already aware, Google has a new search algorithm, which is called Google “Hummingbird”. It approaches search engine queries in a brand new way by utilising new technology combined with older features of the existing algorithms.
The announcement of Google Hummingbird, the latest addition to the Google menagerie, caused panic for webmasters everywhere. However, when it was revealed that Google’s Hummingbird – the biggest change to Google’s core algorithm in twelve years – had been in operation for almost two months, this seemed to quash any SEO-related hysteria.
The hummingbird may be one of the smallest of birds, but Google’s Hummingbird just might be the biggest change in years to what we do; it’s certainly Google’s biggest update in a long time.