Since I finished Uni I've been doing go no-where jobs on and off and have found problems getting a proper job. The thing is, I've never really wanted a job, the idea of working for someone else in order to make them money doesn't sit right with me. I've also spent a lot of time over the last few years working within the internet marketing industry, doing freelance content creation and building a few sites of my own (with limited success). However for the past month or so I've been having a fair bit of success doing freelance SEO work for small local businesses. Right now I'm just finishing up work I've been doing for my 3rd client and have made just over £200 so far in my first month. It's not a lot of money, but I've learn't a lot about myself and what I can do. Some of the results I've been seeing are really pleasing, I've been getting clients onto Page One for the desired keyword and it's a great feeling knowing I've done a good job. I also have recurring payment plans agreed and so I'm constantly building a better foundation to move forwards from. However I also know I am undercharging and so I've started thinking about marketing myself to larger local companies like solicitors or property agents etc. where I can start making ££££ a client. I really believe I have the skills to do this and so I'm pretty excited these days and absolute live for the phone calls I have with people where I try to sell them my services. Has anyone else any experience working within their own or a family business?