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SEO: The Movie (#SEOMOVIE) can only been see here! This is the official film, SEO: The Movie. https://ignitevisibility.com/seo-movie/

COPYRIGHT Ignite Visibility LLC. 2017

Are you ready for the real story of search engine optimization? This is the biggest piece of content to hit SEO this year!

Told by industry pioneers Danny Sullivan, Rand Fishkin, Jill Whalen, Brett Tabke, Rae Hoffman and Barry Schwartz, and narrated, produced and directed by John Lincoln, CEO of Ignite Visibility, the movie covers the early days of SEO when people were “spammin and jamming,” affiliates vs. main stream, black hat vs. white hat, the unique and often rocky stories of the industry’s pioneers, how Matt Cutts changed the industry, the history of Google updates and even has commentary on the future of SEO from the industry’s top minds

SEO: The Movie also lists industry all-stars such as John Muller, Maile Ohye, Aleyda Solis, Cindy Krum, Will Reynolds, Brian Dean, Michael King, Bruce Clay, Loren Baker, Eric Ward, Cyrus Shepard, Bill Slawski, Garry Grant, Chris Sherman, Jim Boykin, Shawn Hogan, Mike Graham, Eric Enge and more!

SEO: The Movie also features some of the top software providers in the industry such as Moz, SEM Rush, Conductor, Spy Fu, Rio SEO, Ahrefs, Majestic and more.

Full Press Release SEO: The Movie
“SEO: The Movie” to Debut June 20th, 2017

The movie features key Internet marketing players, the history of search engine optimization and more.

San Diego, CA, June 01, 2017 –(PR.com)– Upcoming documentary, SEO: The Movie, will make its debut June 20, 2017. The documentary features industry all-stars and explores the rise of the Internet marketing industry. It covers the early days of SEO when people were “spamming and jamming,” affiliates vs. mainstream, black hat vs. white hat, along with the unique and often rocky stories of the industry’s pioneers, the history of Google updates, how Matt Cutts changed the industry, and provides a forecast on where the future of SEO is going from the industry’s top minds.

Produced and directed by John Lincoln, CEO of Ignite Visibility, the film was created for a good reason.

“There are so many people who have contributed to the field of SEO,” comments Lincoln. “I have tremendous respect for the pioneers of the industry and those still contributing today. This movie really covers it all. The history, the parties, Google updates, black hat vs. white hat, and more.”

A trailer of the film is available at https://ignitevisibility.com/seo-movie/. The film will also be made available on the same URL on June 20, 2017.

Told by Search Engine Optimization pioneers, SEO: The Movie aims to showcase a timeline history of SEO, along with documentary-style interviews with top industry influencers regarding their companies and the successes, obstacles, and strategies they have used to get to where they are today. SEO: The Movie includes SEO pioneers Danny Sullivan of Third Door Media and Search Engine Land; Rand Fishkin of Moz.com; Jill Whalen, former CEO of High Rankings; Brett Tabke, founder of Pubcon and WebmasterWorld; Rae Hoffman of Sugarrae; Barry Schwartz of Search Engine Land and narrated, produced, and directed by John Lincoln, CEO & co-founder of Ignite Visibility.

SEO: The Movie also lists industry all-stars such as John Muller, Maile Ohye, Aleyda Solis, Cindy Krum, Will Reynolds, Brian Dean, Michael King, Bruce Clay, Loren Baker, Eric Ward, Cyrus Shepard, Bill Slawski, Garry Grant, Chris Sherman, Jim Boykin, Shawn Hogan, Mike Graham, Eric Enge, and more.

SEO: The Movie also features some of the top software providers in the industry such as Moz, SEM Rush, Conductor, Spy Fu, Rio SEO, Ahrefs, Majestic, and more.

About Ignite Visibility
Ignite Visibility is a premier Internet marketing company based in San Diego with a mission singularly focused on providing the highest level of customer service in the industry. By establishing mutually beneficial, long-term relationships with our clients, we create custom solutions uniquely tailored to meet the specialized business objectives of each client. Our company currently serves over 100 clients, including some national large brands and other smaller companies with thriving business models.

Comments

respomanify says:

SEO is cancer. Like spam marketing and similar shit.

Dhruv Tiwari says:

rather than telling what you guys did, you could create it as story like hollywood and shoot everything as story perspective.

Ty E says:

How many more name drops can you fit into 30 mins?

Keith Bishop says:

Panda should have been named HoneyBadger #missedopportunities

prabhu das says:

I Love The Last quotes yes SEO never dies…. people always searching for something what they need…. and thank you for such a wonderful movie after watching this movie…. yes I want to become SEO analyst…..n I will be sure….

Mardoche Dumaine says:

Why Google even penalized blog farms if the content on these blog farms are of great quality? Isn't the quality content that is helpful to end users is what Google is trying to achieve? I supposed it penalizes blog farms only because Google entire engine was built on page rank and even though we don't see page rank – the engine still needs to know which site is good and which is bad … and if the robot which is Google can identify which — it needs to have keywords and synonyms to know if this site is what it is saying that IT IS and it needs links – not sure how a computer robot can identify the quality of the site without the aid of human beings ..

YetiYogi says:

There's a ton of smaller SEO players that are crushing it, many of them teaching SEO that are not mentioned.

Andrew Dale says:

Just brought back so many memories with so many friends! Well done!

Robert Henry says:

SEO is dead. Great blast from the past movie! When is the Inbound Marketing movie coming out?

Valentina Media says:

Great Movie! Great to see the original pioneers in the industry! Many ah-ha moments. I enjoyed learning of the true founding pioneers of SEO.

pavan motupally says:

When I Started my SEO Career in 2006 , I heard many words from others as SEO – What is SEO and What SEO's will do…. How can earn money with SEO …..bla…bla…. Till today I am learning SEO from past 11 years now I can say to my world that …YES …SEO can do every thing with the Website promotions …Product promotions …. Person promotions…and many things to do SEO to make happy my self ….. Thanks to all who are involved in this movie ( Video & Making )…. Happy to see this movie. Today I watched movie which is MY PASSSION .

Dean Ryan Martin says:

Wow. SEO saves Rand Fishkin. I didn't know that.

thaumaturgy says:

Great job guys, very enjoyable.

Sven De Backer says:

Great video guys! Keep up the interesting articles and videos.

John Allen says:

I've been working in SEM/SEO since 1997. I owe a lot to these guys, especially Danny Sullivan. I feel that I also need to mention Ted Ulle (tedster) who is no longer with us. Ted was a huge force on Webmaster World and a tireless resource. Thank you for making this movie!

Shiny Object Reviews says:

I saw the whole thing last night. It was ok

Martin Wilson says:

Hmm, 20 minutes of 'rock star' namedropping and the last 14.5 years of SEO covered in less than 10 minutes. I guess that is what most of us were expecting anyways.

youman maharjan says:

Finally some documentary/movie that can be helpful for lots of people who want to understand the history of SEO industry.

Eric Basiches says:

nice to remember 🙂

Cromwell Salvatera says:

Pardon my naivete, Neil Patel is not mentioned anywhere in the movie. I thought he was one of the most trusted SEO in the world.

Del Williams says:

well done. I remember the Penguin update. Google screwed up.

J.K. Dove says:

Outstanding 😉 Too cool when your passion gets made into a movie. Loved it, thank you for making this an actual thing.

Joe Griffin says:

Nice marketing piece. But to ignore those who actually created Search Engines, Search Queries, Indexing Algorithms, Search Engine Submission, Link Building, Search Engine Placement, and Search Marketing; falls short of being qualified for the "Historical" category.

Contrary to Whalen, figuring out Google was not "hard" at all. It was a cinch because they simply "borrowed" the DMOZ ODP Database and algorithm and had to postpone their initial public offering while they prepared a modified algorithm and interface of their own. And even then, it was a simple query statement made to a standard SQL database. We bypassed their add-a-url string and made insert statements directly to their DB. Nothing hard about it which is why I was the first to market "Guaranteed First Page Placement" and even later bought the name, firstpageplacement.com in 2002. We could rank any term we wanted within the first three spots of every major engine. My first agency, Submitawebsite, is now reportedly a 150 million dollar appendage of the billion dollar agency, Web.com.

Ironically, even after semi-retirement and all these years, another of my companies STILL ranks number one or number two for "First Page Natural Placement" on Google, Bing, and Yahoo. Amazing what you can learn from your elders. No mention of Scott Banister, Jeffrey Herzog, the Griffins, David and Ren Warmuz, or the other actual creators of the Search Marketing industry? Together, we raked in millions of dollars before even the turn of the Century.

Submitawebsite put the first inclusive library of free tools online and received 4 submissions per second, once hitting 800,000 submissions in 40 minutes which brought down the servers at GetNet in Phoenix, AZ which sat on one of the original HUBS. Matt Cutts was still in school, Google wasn't even a player and Smart Phones were pretty much limited to cartoon characters. Let me know if you need copies of the correspondence between between the W3 consortium (W3C), and many of the original programmers and market founders along with DB screen shots and archived coding from the 90's which coined much of the dialogue you use today.

There are also public records available of the sale of Submitawebsite to Web.com (Nasdaq: WEB) and our early work for Bob Parsons, founder and former CEO of Godaddy. Together, those three aspects alone dwarfed the industry, generating over a billion dollars within the market. Ren Warmuz has since passed. Ren and his Brother David created Trellian / Submit Wolf. Not mentioning them surely must have been an oversight. A shout out to friends and original players, Pierre zarokian of Submit Express, Henk Boonstra, Jeffrey Herzog, and Scott Banister of Submit It! who is now part owner of Facebook.

Joe Griffin Jr. went on to great success. Joe Griffin Sr. cashed out, semi-retired, traveled the world, still consults and still gripes occasionally to this today.

David Eaves says:

Thoroughly enjoyed it – Great job

haks Hinds says:

The history of google

Frank Fuchs says:

interesting piece but not The History of Search by any stretch.

Joe Woods says:

Great video everyone!  Wow that brings back some memories.  I think I've had a beer with most of you at some point while at a conference.

Mark Traphagen says:

Thanks for mentioning our CEO Eric Enge, a true pioneer of the industry, but his last name is pronounced with a hard "g" and sounds like EN-guh

Amit Ghosh says:

Excellent !!

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