San Diego, CA, July 31, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- SEO: The Movie, a documentary about the history of search engine optimization (SEO), recently broke 100,000 views on YouTube. As a result, the already popular Ignite Visibility YouTube channel now has over one million views.
"SEO: The Movie has really taken off,” says Ignite Visibility
CEO John Lincoln. “The community has enjoyed the film and we are very proud of that. If you have not seen the movie, it can be viewed for free on our website
and YouTube channel
The documentary covers the history of SEO from the early days, when digital marketers would “rank and bank” with now obsolete techniques such as keyword-stuffing. The film also looks at more modern approaches to optimization, such as the use of accelerated mobile pages (AMP) and third-party tools such as SpyFu, SEMRush, Ahrefs, and Majestic.
In addition to highlighting the milestones throughout the growth of SEO, the movie also features interviews with industry all-stars, such as Rand Fishkin, Cindy Krum, Brian Dean, Bruce Clay, Eric Ward, Bill Slawski, Chris Sherman, Shawn Hogan, Eric Enge, Maile Ohye, Loren Baker, and others.
“There are so many people who have contributed to the field of SEO,” says Lincoln. “I have tremendous respect for the pioneers of the industry and those still contributing today.”
SEO: The Movie also offers predictions about the future of digital marketing.
Because of popularity of the documentary, other Ignite Visibility YouTube videos are gaining attention as well. Those short films cover subjects such as customer journey mapping, conversion rate optimization (CRO), search engine optimization, pay per click marketing, Amazon and email marketing.
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 its clients, Ignite Visibility creates custom solutions uniquely tailored to meet the specialized business objectives of each client. The company currently serves more than 150 clients, including some national large brands and other smaller companies with thriving business models.