Josh Bachynski is an expert marketer and Search Engine Optimizer with over 20 years business branding, marketing and SEO experience. Josh is an industry leader with encyclopedic, intimate "insider secret" level knowledge of Google's search algorithms with numerous personal Google contacts, SEO experiments, and thousands of pages ranking page 1. Josh has spoken on Google search for over 20 years, including a TEDx talk "The Future of Google, Search and Ethics" http://j.mp/joshtedx, a soon to be released documentary film on Google called "Don't Be Evil: Google's Secret War" and his own SEO related podcast with 12k subscribers "The White Hat Vs Black Hat SEO Show" http://youtube.com/jbachyns. Josh has PhD (ABD) and Master's Degree in Ethics and Decision Theory and a book coming out on our global political scenario and the collapse of culture entitled "The Zombies." (And, as if that wasn't enough) in his spare time, Josh practices and teaches martial arts with 3 black belts, and lives in the beautiful city of Victoria BC Canada with his darling wife. He can be contacted for any questions at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Watch the film here: Now available on iTunes.com
If your business is arbitrarily cut off from Google's search system, what will you do?
In this professionally filmed, feature length documentary, Josh explores the world of Google malice and alleged corruption by interviewing those businesses and people hurt by Google's mercurial search monopoly. Filmed in 2015, and edited in 2016, Josh travels to NYC, New Jersey, Vancouver, Chicago, Ireland and more to find people hurt by Google's machiavellian ranking system. Despite Google's fantastic childlike, "innocent" branding, watch as Josh exposes Google's system for what it is: a for-profit monopoly that might have started out fair and democratic, but has changed into an elitist corporate censor that you'd better wish YOU never run afoul of.
Watch the film today to see how your search results are censored everyday.
Watch the TEDx talk here http://j.mp/joshtedx