Barry Schwartz is the CEO of RustyBrick Inc. and has been a writer for 17 years. In this video interview with Jason Barnard, he takes us through the history of Google updates since 1998.
Barry started the Search Engine Roundtable in December 2003. Since then he has published an average of 5 articles per day for 17 years – writing over an astonishing 30,000 articles. That is a lot of ‘ink’ (or ‘pixels’). The site is a unique depository of the history of all the tiny tweaks and changes Google has made over the years (not forgetting the major algo updates and, of course, all the breaking SEO news and changes with rankings) … In this episode, the depository himself will take us on a stroll down memory lane – the history of Google updates big and small in 30 minutes!
Scheduled for 27 July 2021 at 16 H CEST (Paris)
The event is 100% free:
Organised by Kalicube in partnership with Wordlift.
Part of the Kalicube Tuesdays series.