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It is with anticipation and a bit of sadness that I will be leaving We Build Pages to pursue a new career. Unfortunately, the direction of the business is not inline with my personal and professional goals at this time, and therefore I feel I must move on. Now before you hooligans get all uppity and looking for some drama, I would like to let you know that I still hold the highest regard for Jim Boykin and the We Build Pages team, but don’t see our future growth going in the same directions. I have had a great time here in upstate NY working with great people that really know how to do SEO. I’m very dedicated to branching out in marketing areas beyond SEO, however, and have decided it is time to explore new opportunities.
As far as the near term future is concerned, I will be taking a little bit of time off to weigh my options while doing some consultancy work. I’m open to mutually beneficial opportunities at this point, but probably won’t decide on my future plans until sometime into May or June at the earliest. I’m looking forward to continuing my growth as an internet marketing professional through consulting, sales, and a variety of SEM related activities.
So, in conclusion, I loved working at WeBuildPages and I think they have an excellent thing going. Jim Boykin will continue to be at the forefront of SEO research, and excel at getting clients top rankings. It was a personal decision based in part on some personal issues, but mostly I just wanted a change of pace for a bit. I am excited to take a bit of time off and then move in a different direction, and wish Jim and staff nothing but the best with their future endeavors. A huge thank you to them all for making the experience a very pleasant one.