Stunning Video Documentary on “The Science of Search” and the Future of Online Advertising Released by Search Engine Optimization & Internet Advertising Company

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In-depth search engine documentary features an interview with Dr. Leonard Kleinrock, the "Father of the Internet" and winner of the 2008 National Medal of Science Award. The documentary also includes key industry insiders: UCLA, USC and UCR professors and experts.

HTP Company LLC, an internet advertising company based in Agoura Hills, California, has recently released a television quality documentary which takes an interesting look at where search engine marketing is headed in the next ten years. Filmed during the interview are several key industry insiders as well as the original router used by Leonard Kleinrock, called "IMP" (Interface Message Processor), which was used to send the first Internet transmission from UCLA to Stanford Research Institute in 1969.

Interviews were shot on location at several different universities including The University of Southern California (USC), a leading private research university located in the heart of Los Angeles; The University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) a leading public research university located in the Westwood neighborhood of Los Angeles, California; The University of California, Riverside (UCR), a public research university; and in various locations throughout the United States including New York City.

“We reached out to everyone we felt would bring an interesting perspective to the piece and wanted to allow participants to contribute to a unique documentary which provides a study of the history of search and SEO, while adding substance that extends beyond the commercial function of search. These interviews discuss the philosophy of search, and target the highly relevant and rarely explored theme of search engine optimization. The experts participation in what we have created can become an award-winning short documentary earning broad and wide viewership that, without question, can be used to advance their own professional or academic careers” said Tom Forrest, Chief Executive Officer of HTP Company.

“We wanted to include people who bring an interesting perspective to the history, future, and cultural impact of search engines and the types of services a SEO Company provides. HTP Company is also hopeful this documentary will help inspire students to learn math, science and engineering; and spur students’ interest in web development, software engineering, search engine optimization, pay-per-click advertising and more. This video should help inspire and motivate high school students to learn science and engineering while they prepare to study and develop useful Internet skills, as well as help in our recruiting efforts as our company continues to grow,” he added.

This documentary on “The Science of Search” can be viewed only on the HTP Company homepage and is the first of several inspiring educational videos and online training tutorials HTP Company plans to create. The goal of HTP Company is, and always has been, to explore search’s past, present and future in order to maintain the required knowledge and foresight to provide the absolute highest level of service possible to customers.

If your agency or studio is interested in using this copyrighted work, in whole or in part, for either educational or commercial purposes (TV, professional film, video, advertisements, for-profit broadcasting, etc.,), please contact: HTP Company LLC, 29219 Canwood Street, Agoura Hills, California 91301; (818) 661-4300.

About HTP Company LLC

HTP is a next generation Internet marketing and technology consulting firm with its main headquarters located in Agoura Hills, California, approximately 30 miles northwest of downtown Los Angeles. HTP Company specializes in all forms of online advertising and lead generation providing strategic and expert search marketing campaigns using both pay-per-click advertising and algorithmic search engine optimization services.

To find out more please visit http://www.htpcompany.com

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