So... I posted a thread a couple months ago about how I was starting an offline SEO business, and I was going to do this and that, etc. Long story short, due to personal things and laziness, I failed, only of my own accord. So now, things are different. I'm way, way better at SEO. I have full keyword research done for every city in a 50 mile radius, and for some niches every major(and even many, many smaller) city in the whole state. My living situation is also worse then it was, I live from couch to couch, with no money at all. I have the potential to make ridiculous amounts, but I just don't, due to my sometimes having anxiety in calling people. My plan is to offer affordably priced SEO, and use it to reinvest into niche sites, while still going hard on signing clients as I make the niche sites. My company is going to specialize in helping small businesses get online, putting small businesses over big ones on Google, etc. Many of the niches I'm getting into, especially the state wide ones, are absolutely monolithic for profit. When I get my money, I plan on reinvesting it only into philanthropic efforts(of course, when I have enough to be stable, pay off my debts, etc), and creating jobs for people. It's nigh guaranteed that I can do this, if I put myself out there in as many ways as possible, but I just don't do it, for the most part. But I am, now. Right now, I'm calling a computer repair place in the city I live in, offering them SEO(keywords relating to them get around 60 a month, so about 2 people a day), and a website redesign for around 600-800. Also calling a realtor back, this guy seems to want to be able to market himself effectively, but his sites have no backlinks, and he sells property in a high value city. I'll be scheduling a meeting with him, but I'm not counting on it. I want to have 50x the "nets" out there as I do now, by the end of the week. I WILL be updating daily, because I'll be doing work daily. This is the only thing I'm doing, from here on out. I'll be trying to make this post a vestige of information and motivation, so check back frequently as you see my business evolve.