local seo marketing, lead generation, google hummingbird

Hummingbird Hurt Your Local SEO Marketing Lead Generation?

If you fear that Google’s Hummingbird update has hurt your Local SEO Marketing efforts, you are and have been listening to the wrong people.

Google has said FOREVER (which means for the past 15 years) that what they want to rank high in search results is high quality content that is useful to real people.

Every algorithm update has moved them closer and closer to this goal.

So if your SEO efforts focused on tricks, you either were not listening, or you choose to ignore what you heard.

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Whether your search rankings increased, decreased, or neither as a result of Hummingbird, what you need to do is publish what people want, how they want it.


The tactics above WILL gather your audience to your website, independent of any past or future Google algorithm updates.


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