How Brian Hong Built a 100% Remote SEO Team For His Agency

Love or hate clients, it’s a great way of building up cashflow to fund scaling, or just living a great lifestyle.

And that’s exactly what it did for Brian Hong.

He’s one of the few people I know that shifted from affiliate SEO, to running an agency.

That agency is now running smoothly with a team of 14 people all working remotely.

So we sat down to discuss building and managing a remote team, client acquisition, getting started… and of course, why you would start dealing with clients rather than running your own websites.

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Topics Covered:

  • How Brian acquired his first ever clients (and how you can do the same)
  • Why Brian doesn’t focus on one service or niche
  • How to manage your clients without becoming stressed out and over-worked
  • How to set the right expectations with clients
  • Recruiting a rockstar team to run your services for you
  • Managing your team while they work remotely

About Daryl Rosser

Daryl runs a six figure SEO business primarily focusing on local clients. He's extremely analytical, and his favourite ranking strategy is using PBN's.

5 Responses to “How Brian Hong Built a 100% Remote SEO Team For His Agency”

  • David  September 7, 2017 at 7:39 pm

    Supernice interview. Serpworx rocks indeed, I highly recommend it.

  • Jim Rapport  September 9, 2017 at 8:05 am

    Learnt a lot from this. I hope I can replicate many of the actions here. I really need to start an agency, and have workers remotely

  • Andy  September 9, 2017 at 5:05 pm

    Great chat, where can a guy get those systems he was talking about early in the video? Agency Immersion?

  • Munir  September 11, 2017 at 8:06 am

    Fantastic interview…. great value and a lot learnt. Thank you!

  • Matt  October 23, 2017 at 12:34 pm

    Great interview Daryl!

    The tool list from this interview is great, so a big “Thank You!” to Brian for sharing tools for helping to automate processes.

    Overall, this was an awesome interview! Thanks guys!

    – Markermatt