I recently parted ways with my employer over a very trivial dispute. Money. Though I had been instrumental in increasing traffic ~ leads ~ revenues for the company, they did not want to return the favor in the form of compensation, so I left.
I really liked working for my previous employer … I didn't have to maintain the computers, the web sites, the accounts, payroll – none of that. However, I was not making nearly what I should have been earning from my efforts.
That being said, I am now tolling with the issue of whether I should attempt to keep developing and earning a living through providing Search Optimization Services full-time … or sign on with an established company as an in-house SEO. To be honest, It's a tough decision.
On one hand – there are usually very little rewards in life without taking risks.
On the other – 9-5 is much easier than 24-7.
Decisions … Decisions … What to do … What to do …
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