Hello everyone. As stated in the title, I am searching for a long term IM business partner to work on various joint projects on which our earnings/expenses would be split 50/50. About me: I've just completed my first year in IM, which has been moderately successful by my estimation (just over 100k profit). Satisfactory, but I can do better. Lately however I feel like I've hit a bit of a plateau - likely the result of complacency brought forth from being successful enough to live comfortably while not working that hard. Whether it's complacency brought forth by a false sense of security, or stress as a result of things not going so well (IM success is fickle, afterall), the burdens of relying on internet marketing for one's full-time income can be difficult to bare. Why face these burdens alone? What I bring to the table: Advanced blackhat skills (cloaking, referer spoofing/manipulation, advanced iframing techniques, cookie stuffing, you name it), a lot of IM knowledge, web development skills, business development knowledge, and generally the ability to get answers, fix problems, and get stuff done. Need FB Ads accounts? No problem. Adwords accounts? No problem. CPA accounts? I've got accounts with about 20 networks. If you're the kind of guy who's done well with whitehat techniques, but would like to see what kind of edge blackhat techniques can give him, we should talk. If you've done well enough making money, but haven't taken the business development side of things seriously (have no idea about things like corporations/LLCs, taxes, etc), we should talk. If you're currently working on some projects and are simply looking for a solid all around contributor, we should talk. If you're particularly skilled in traffic/media buying and split-testing/tracking, we should definitely talk. Looking for someone who is disciplined, self-motivated, who isn't flakey, and preferably who lives somewhere in North America (nothing against people who are located overseas, but coordinating things with someone who is 8 timezones away simply isn't ideal). Thanks.