This is a multi-part series on the lessons I learned while seeking a freelance blogger to contribute to my Web site.
When I decided it would be worth it to spend a few bucks to recruit a new blogger, I knew I wanted to post the gig on the Problogger.net job board. Given Darren Rowse’s traffic, I knew at the very least, I would break even on the investment. An ad costs $50 for a 30-day flight, and given that I’ve used StumbleAds with some success and paid 5 cents per page impression, I expected to not only find a new and talented blogger, but boost my traffic as well.
The experiment exceeded my expectations.
First, how it helped my blog… [Read more…]