So I have a potential great client at least for me and could use some advice. To make a long story short, I needed some part-time work went in for a job interview for a regular job at $14/hr. They found out I do SEO and marketing and said the boss was just talking about it. I then had an instant meeting with the owner and this guy was awesome. They're a growing company, starting to have some serious money. They have a couple of offices and are buying up another one. He said they're phone is starting to ring off the hook but they don't have any marketing guys and want to do the internet thing. I talked to him about SEO and marketing and asked what kind of level and amount of work he wanted done, he said full-time and whatever it takes to grow. He wants me to send him an offer. I guess I'm a little torn on what to charge him, I don't want to go too high and don't want to short myself. It sounds like they make bank off of clients, I know they're paying $2 a lead through another service and just heard they charged a client 1,200 for a night (services). He wants full blown SEO, Social, PPC and the works and he wants to pay me per month. I'm thinking of giving him a flat number like 3,500/month to start which isn't great for a lot of people but for me that would be good for a solid job, do you think that's short for a full-time SEO marketing gig. I see a lot of potential with this company and want to give him more value and not scare him away with a high number, which is probably just high to me but not a lot to him. Any advice from others that have been through this?