Yaaaa ⋆ Moses Yoon
February 9, 2016 admin


If you want the long-story on how I got introduced to online marketing you would have to ask me in person.

There are a lot of wolves in sheeps clothing when it comes to online marketing. Thankfully the 9 years that I spent in the military gave me a lot of perspective and discipline to do the right thing.

I’m an aspiring entrepreneur who is constantly looking to learn and grow in business. I’ve been fortunate so far in my career to have built multiple startup companies for fellow entrepreneurs with revenues in the 6-figure ranges while also helping established companies go from 6 to 7 figures. I usually invest most of my hours learning new marketing strategies and then sharing those strategies with my team so we can implement them for our clients. I believe in providing a transparent approach to online marketing so my clients know exactly what they are getting. I believe that all marketing should provide an ROI in one way shape or form either in the short-run or in the long-run – direct or indirect… If you are unhappy with my services simply ask for a refund and it will be given no questions asked. If you feel your time was wasted I can even pay you on top of the refund for lost opportunity costs. I dislike when people waste my time and don’t believe in wasting other people’s time. Moreover, I don’t wish to further my hobby at the expense of my clients’ businesses and livelihood.

Business can be easy when you are positioned well online which is what I aim to provide for my clients companies. It takes hard work, discipline, trust, knowledge, and actual experience to be a good marketer and ‘business partner.’ Such qualities are hard to find with most marketers who are consumed with trying to make a quick dollar online. When I evaluate a business I usually ask myself the following questions: ‘is it something I would do if money were no object’ and ‘am I making a difference in people’s lives for the better.’

The best digital marketers (SEO, PPC, SEM, SMM++) invest a good portion of their own time and money into knowledge/mentorship to stay ahead of the curve. Most marketing agencies are years behind and some are still relying on outdated information that is over a decade old. The problem is most companies are too busy focusing on working harder rather than smarter.