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  • He left a big corporation to be his own boss. Now his business is taking off.

    After ten years with ExxonMobil, Caleb Ulku of Gulfport struck out on his own with a consulting business, but when that didn’t work, he shifted gears to make SEO his emphasis. Now his business is taking off.

He left a big corporation to be his own boss. Now his business is taking off.

After ten years with ExxonMobil, Caleb Ulku of Gulfport struck out on his own with a consulting business, but when that didn’t work, he shifted gears to make SEO his emphasis. Now his business is taking off.
John Fitzhugh jcfitzhugh@sunherald.com