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. Th…
Warning over YouTube's iOS app after users report it drains as much as 20% of their iPhone's charge in just 30 minutes
YouTube has promised to fix an annoying iPhone and iPad battery bug that is draining the charge of users' devices. One user recently took to Twitter to complain after YouTube's app appeared to sap as much as 20 per cent of their device's battery life in half an hour
I had updated the YouTube app but still notice that's consuming the most power on the iPhone X see how much it % it used for just 20 odd mins of usage
— Ranjit (@geekyranjit) November 8, 2017
Eric Kuan from Google on stage with Gary Illyes and Nathan Johns from Google at PubCon said that Google is still making changes to both the Panda and Penguin algorithms. Just a month ago we reported that Google occasionally tweaks the Penguin algorithm but for the most part it is on autopilot.
Eric has been with Google for over 6 years, so he is not a new kid.
We have to imagine Google does make tweaks to most of their algorithms when necessary and for Eric to say Google does do this as well to Penguin and Panda should come as no surprise.
The only big issue is, if one of those tweaks impacts your site and Google doesn't confirm when they have tweaked these algorithms, it is hard for SEOs and webmasters to debug this information. But clearly Google has no interest in confirming or denying future algorithmic updates or tweaks, they do not care if webmasters are chasing their tails trying to help a new client fix their ranking issues. They just care about making sure the search res…