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Companies Vie for Spot to be First to Reach Google’s #1 ranking from Space

The latest craze is the thought of being able to be a tourist in space. There are companies hosting contests to give people the chance to visit space, and millionaires lining up to be one of the first to explore a world that was previously only known to a handful of individuals, but it is one local SEO company that is taking space travel to a whole new level.

“We are making it known that we will be the first SEO company to rocket our client’s websites to the top of search engine results from space”, said CEO of Seattle SEO company, Topin’ the Ranks, John Lioness during a press conference. “My team of SEO specialists has secured spots on one of the first rocket launches, and we will work endlessly to help our clients reach the top Google rankings, all from space!”

The competition in the SEO world is extremely fierce. Companies fall to bankruptcy every day, while new ones popup out of nowhere. This latest stunt by Topin’ the Ranks is an attempt to make a mark on an ever-charging world that offers customers hundreds of different options.

“How cool would it be to say that your company’s website got to the top of Bing or Google’s search engine from space”, said Lioness. “I mean not many people would be able to say that, but our clients will and it’ll be like a notch in their belt!”

The biggest obstacle standing in the way of Topin’ the Ranks was figuring out how to get Internet access while in space. There obviously are no Wi-Fi hotspots or Starbucks to connect to in space. That is why Lioness had to team up with NASA researchers to create a laptop that was compatible with the Internet connection in space.

“Getting Internet while in space isn’t difficult”, explained NASA researcher Jim Covington. “That is if you have the right equipment. I mean how else do you think our astronauts communicate with us and hold conferences from space? It’s the Internet connection. We worked with Lioness to ensure he’ll have a connection while in space.”

The trip to space isn’t scheduled for another two years, but the list of growing clients that want to be one of the first to reach the top of Google’s rankings from space is growing. Lioness has a list of five clients who have currently signed to be launched from space, with four in contract negotiations.  

Contact Information

  • Name: John Alston

    Company: Fanbloom

    Telphone: 347-857-7162 , -

    Address: 1911 Westlake Ave.,Seattle, WA 98101