Currently Owner/Director of Optimization @okay_marketing

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Hello! My name is Brian Jackson. I am 27 years old and am currently working as an SEO and AdWords Specialist at Boost Medical in Scottsdale Arizona. You could say I have been an entrepreneur since a young age. Ask my parents, ask my friends; I was born to market and make money online. My goal is to be debt free from student loans by age 28.

 “Some people dream of great accomplishments, while others stay awake and do them.”

Bio Timeline


It all started when I was in 6th grade. My parents bought an HP Compaq computer and we got free dial-up. I then stumbled across the internet and eBay. When I realized I could make money online, the whole world changed for me; and I have been an entrepreneur ever since.


By the time I was in 8th grade, I was reselling CDs and DVDs on eBay full time (or as full time as you can get while going to grade-school). I started dropshipping items from Deep Discount, which at that time had two separate sites, Deep Discount CD and Deep Discount DVD. I made $1,500 alone just on reselling The Cheetah Girls Original Soundtrack CD when it first came out. Deep Discount CD had it for $4.25 and I was selling it on eBay for over $15 a piece + charging for shipping. Also had great success reselling the Lonesome Dove DVD. It was all about monitoring the new releases and creating a beautiful and effective ad on eBay. With the money I earned I went and bought my first laptop computer. I remember my feeling of pride knowing that I had bought my laptop with money I had made on the internet.


Now in 9th grade I started wondering what else I could do to make money online? I loved computers and started to wonder how they worked? So I ordered some parts and built my first computer. Upon completion of my first build, another light-bulb went off and within a week I had a business license (co-signed by my Dad since I was underage, Thanks Dad!) and a website up ( to sell custom built computers. I sold them on my website and also on eBay; quickly achieving PowerSeller status. Back in those days, custom built computers on eBay were still hard to find and the competition was low. I would sell a computer on eBay, order the parts from Newegg, and build their computer to order. I would then pack it up and ship it off to them. I sold computers to countries all over the world. I remember my Mom helping me by picking up custom boxes, 10-15 at a time from a local box distributor, taking the scale out to the kitchen, and packing it up for shipment (Thanks Mom!). This is what I did for most of the 9th and 10th grade. My feedback profile on eBay proves it, 1,597 and still going strong at 100% positive feedback. Don’t get me wrong, this wasn’t an easy job. I had many many evenings where things would break, or a piece of hardware would be bad. And all of this was done after I got home from school. While other kids were playing video games, I was building computers.


Fast forward to the 11th grade and I was now wanting a less stressful and easier way to make money online. I took a job as the network administrator’s assistant at my high school and I started looking into web hosting. And by the time I graduated high school I had a dedicated server in a data-center and was hosting over 700 domains, still under the “HighWire PCs” branding.


Freshman year of college I took a job at the HelpDesk at Walla Walla College (now Walla Walla University). That was probably one of the best decisions I have ever made. Who knew I would be working there for 6 more years and gain work experience that was literally priceless. About halfway through my freshman year I realized I couldn’t keep up with the support and maintenance for all my web hosting clients and so I sold my company, HighWire PCs, along with all the clients.


Freelance web design and computer repair house calls were my nightly routine, that and homework. Alongside my job at the HelpDesk. You could say I was a workaholic… It’s OK, my friends all did.


I was promoted to Student IT Manager at the HelpDesk at Walla Walla University. During this year I was blogging on my website, Some of my popular blog posts were:


Took a full time job as the Peoplesoft Security Administrator at Walla Walla University.


Started the IT blog, along with my brother. We decided to start the site because we got tired of searching for technical fixes and information and it taking more than 5 to 10 minutes to find what we were needing; or not finding a solution at all. So we started a site where we could post tutorials on how to fix technical issues.


Moved to Scottsdale Arizona and took a job at the HelpDesk at Partners Rx.


Sold IT blog for $7,000, boosting my current Flippa sales over the $10,000 mark. Took a job at Boost Medical as their AdWords and SEO Specialist.

Late September – 2013

Received the 2013 Microsoft MVP Award in Windows Expert-IT Pro category and launched OKay Marketing.

Brian Jackson - Microsoft MVP








June – 2014

Boosted my Flippa sales over $12,500.