What is your favorite part about being an online business owner?
If you’re like me you find there are too many benefits to enumerate. But one of those that I can readily point to is the ability to change, to evolve as quickly or slowly as you want.
I experienced a major professional evolution recently. For a few months now I’ve had a sweet gig in-house as an SEO consultant with a start-up in Atlanta. I’m charged with running and growing the SEO department until they decide they’re ready to hire someone full time.
Demand for navigating the crazy world of SEO is high. It’s profitable and fun. I have a passion for it and I’m good at it. And because I’m a believer in focusing on core strengths and outsourcing the rest, I’ve made the decision to put copywriting, my first love, on the backburner. And focus solely on SEO consulting and training (workshops, courses, ebooks, etc.).
Hello “SEO Training Atlanta!”
Changing my business means saying goodbye to “Atlanta Copywriter” and hello to “SEO Training Atlanta.”
The painful part is turning away copywriting referrals, repeat business, former clients, and colleagues who knew me as a copywriter. You’re probably one of those people who have been so good to me over the past few years. And that’s really the point of this post.
To thank you for helping me live my dream. If I can ever help you along the path to your dreams, please let me know HOW and WHEN. I’ll be here.
I have really ambitious new plans in the works. Scary new goals. Exciting revelations. And I’d love to share them with you when the time is right. Signing up for my SEO news is probably the best way to stay in touch.
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