How Does Hummingbird Impact your Content Strategy?

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Lauren Sytsma
Lauren Sytsma wrote:

Instead of ranking for keywords, your goal is to build authority around a page and a site, and drive traffic to it so that Google can deliver curated, validated, and verified pages.

It’s about building brand authority, but how do you do that?

  • Create high-quality, useful content to deliver meaningful value to your audience, which you can measure by how much time a visitor spends on your pages and site and what they share across the social web.
  • Create a high-quality website that provides top-notch online experience in terms of design, speed, and navigation.
  • Create thoughtful, original content that attracts people, holds their attention and encourages them to share.
  • Engage with your audience through comments, guest posting, and social web interaction.
  • Establish and protect a credible identity that proves you as an authority.
  • Connect all of your online content through authorship markup.
  • Set and guide the online conversation with challenging, consistent content.

Bottom line:

  • Get to know your ideal customer inside and out, and than create & deliver the content that they are desperately seeking.
  • That being said, it has to be the best content if you want it to draw attention and traffic and spread across the web — and ultimately rank.
  • Google doesn’t create content; they organize it. Content that is presented in the best way will win.

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Have you changed your SEO strategy since the launch of Hummingbird? What changes have you made?

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