You should definitely contact an actual business broken for a business this big.
Congrats on $300k/months revenue though that's impressive.
I'm always curious but what is your profit margin on the $300k. You don't have to answer if you don't want to though.
Update: As May is coming to an end, I wanted to post some screenshots.
I have been seeing growth for these past couple months. While these may seem like really small numbers (they are), I am proud of what I have accomplished so far. Still no where near my 2019 goals but we are getting there...
1. Obtained general business admin degree from college: 2014 - Aug 2018
2. 3 month digital marketing internship with big agency: Aug 2018 - Dec 2018
3. SEO freelancer: Dec 2018 - Current
I found my passion for SEO during my internship. Before I had no real knowledge of it. Luckily...
While I am enjoying the freedom of working on my own business I still wouldn't say it's my #1 motivator.
I enjoy the grind, the risk and the uncertainty in hopes that I can make it big and have a large amount of money to spend.
My goal in a couple years is to own one of these and since I don't...
Yes, most businesses require you to have experience before starting out on your own. You have to gain this experience through working there which you did.
I can't think of any examples of the top of my head but a lot of businesses were born from someone working in the industry and seeing a...
How are you doing the SEO audits for the outreach? Are you using an automated tool like SEOptimer or do you have craft each one.
Also, I heard that people don't open emails from people they don't know if it has an attachment.
No I currently do not. I do need one.
I'm a very strong believer in the saying that "you're the average of the 5 people you surround yourself with". When I am in an entrepreneurial environment I was working well. This was at my coworking space but once I started working from home I started to...
Honestly, you have mentioned that "bad decisions" led you down this hole of $36k in debt. Well in my opinion this is another bad decision.
Go get a job and work after hours. That way you can support yourself, slowly work on your businesses and slowly pay off debt.
You did not have "savings to...
No plan, like I always have been doing.
I worked a digital marketing internship for 3 months. There I found my passion for SEO and studied it religiously. When it ended in December 2018, I decided to commit and try to make it in the world of SEO freelancing (instead of getting a job).
I had no...
April is now over and it has been a good month.
One of my clients upped his package from $699 to $1000.
I got a small client for $499 on a month-by-month basis. April went good and he is on holiday but will most likely continue for more months
I have contracted $130 worth of work to...
It's 2019. A blog article that is written for an existing audience will rank well on Google. Gone are the days of keyword stuffing and using spam tactics. Google has put hundreds of millions of dollars into their search and it's evolving everyday.
Also, SEMrush shows estimated search and ppc...
They haven't launched yet but looks like what you're talking about.
In my opinion I think these businesses will fail as the margin is too low, the logistics are scary and insurance will be crazy.
In terms of your blog, I think you are severely overvaluing it.
It relatively has little content for a blog and doesn't rank in the top 30 for any keywords.
Your domain isn't that high value (it is a .info)
You only have 7 backlinks pointing to your website which means that the SEO value is...
I started freelancing in December. I am currently scaling up as basically a freelance employee. This is beneficial because I can learn the ins and outs of having my own clients. Once I scale further and am at at least $5k/month I plan to start building systems to not be involved in the ground...