Jesper Nissen – Cloud Stacking SEO Course
Cloud stacking SEO is the method of uploading html pages to cloud services like Amazon S3, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud, to make very powerful websites. You inherit the domain name of the hosting services in your url, thus making the urls much more powerful than a brand new webpage or website.
In Cloud Stacking SEO Course you will learn how to use build very advanced and powerful HTML pages on Amazon 53. The HTML page is handmade, and a readymade template will be delivered with the course.
Cloud stacking seo course
In Cloud Stacking SEO Course you will learn how to build powerful and very advanced html pages on Amazon S3. The html files can also be uploaded to other cloud services like Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud.
I will go over how to build the html file, and show you excatly what you need to add. I will go over the schema I add, and how I make the schema. I have handpicked a number of powerfull citations and dofollow backlinks, that I include in my backlinking, and I will show to to incorporate them into the HTML cloud page.
Included in the course will be videos and the html template for the cloud page. Included is also a very specific and detailed SOP.
Cloud Stacking SEO Course is not for beginners. The course is VA friendly, since it includes a detailed SOP.
About Jesper Nissen
Back in 1995 when I started studying physics, my teacher was the late Jens Martin Knudsen. He is known in the scientific community because he proposed that the red color of Mars was caused by water on the surface, sometime in the distant past. He was extremely inspiring, and was a strong believer of the scientific principle which I try to use in my daily work as an SEO. Allthough I now have a master degree in physics and quantum mechanics, I still everyday find it challenging when trying to figure out how Google works.
In 2004, I started working as a software tester in the company CSC. We were building a very large it-system to be used in hospitals in Denmark. My job was to test the software to see if it worked according to the specifications. Allthough it sounds boring, its actually a very interesting job, because you really understand a piece of software best, when trying to find all the ways it doesnt work, or at least all the exceptions. I quickly advanced to software analyst, so I was the one writing the specifications.