I bought a website in the weight loss / diet niche. I publish articles daily and have a team of bloggers to add content from a human voice. I just bought it and want it to general some adsense and affiliate marketing revenue for me.
I'm looking for a great SEO team, or person who will show me how good s/he is.
I am not looking to spend hundreds of dollars per month - I just bought Senuke and realized it was far too advanced for me. So - if someone can prove to me that their WHITE HAT ONLY SEO techniques will work for my website, I will hire them.
To start, I will pay $50 per month. I expect my site to make at least that amount in revenue in the first month. If it doesn't, I will find someone else. When my site starts to make more than $50 per month, I will pay $50 per month, plus 25% off all revenue.
If you're interested, bid and send me a PM explaining how you can help.
You are only bidding on one month of SEO work - and I'm paying $50. There is no milestone payment, I will pay $50 after 30 days only if the site makes at least $50 in revenue.
If the site does make $50 in revenue (through various streams including adsense, affiliate, cj, amazon, ebay, and whatever else you suggest) I will continue to work with you every month, pay you $50 EVERY month AND give you 25% of all the revenue that's generated from this website.
If the site makes only $10 in revenue for the first month - that's what I will pay you. No more. So - if you plan on bidding and doing nothing only to make $50, it won't work out that way.
I'm hoping this is incentive for people who know they're REALLY good at SEO and wnat to continue a long term relationship. You don't have to write any articles, you will tell me what articles you need an I will send them to you. You can create whatever backlinks and insert whatever anchor links you want in the material I provide.
Last, but not least, if you are trying to sell a pre-packaged SEO program, I'm not interested. Only bid if you can customize your services to my requirements.
Thanks again...I hope this isn't too harsh, I just want to be clear about what's required and what's being offered. If this works out well, I plan to start doing this for my other 30 websites.