Hello everyone, You may know me from my Journey to $100,000 thread, or not, that's cool too Basically, I've been doing client SEO for over 4 years. I make a good living based on my age. Most people I know are struggling to make 25k/year and pay their rent, car, and student loans. I'm lucky enough to not have to worry about money, will be buying a house next year, and waiters/waitresses love me because I always tip 60%+. That wasn't to brag, just to showcase that I'm doing well for myself. I've worked with over 200 business. Some small businesses, some multi-million dollar companies. I've been fired, I've made mistakes, I've made great results, I've gotten piss poor results. There are still aspects of client SEO that I struggle with and am always trying to improve on but I've come a long way and want to share my knowledge and possibly convince some people to give client SEO a try. I have no problem with keeping this thread active for years if people are interested for that long A couple quick facts about my work: I consider myself a gray hat SEO. Most of my career was white hat but for the past 8 months I've been using some black hat tactics. Before client SEO I had a history of marketing. As explained in the journey post I have a degree in marketing and used to work in Corporate America. I've worked for too many industries to count but I try to specialize in Real Estate and Law Firm SEO as often as possible. Client SEO is my main source of income but I do have a few side projects. Client SEO has been, by far, the most profitable but also the most time consuming. So guys, ask me anything.