Looking for Friday entrepreneurs and a blog engineer for iwillteachyoutoberich

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After a break, I’m bringing my Friday Entrepreneurs series back.

I’m looking for new people to feature, and there are some tangible benefits to being featured. If you’re working on something interesting and it’s live (ideas don’t count), please get in touch. Also, it doesn’t have to be a website — I’ve featured retail stores, a vineyard, and a buffalo-wing dipping device before.

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Looking for a blog engineer for iwillteachyoutoberich
I’m also looking for a blog engineer who can help with all backend aspects of iwillteachyoutoberich, including backup, ad rotations, forum integration, and scalability. Here’s my wishlist: You’re a very talented engineer with 2-3 hours/week of extra time on your hands. You have experience running a high-traffic WordPress blog, managing hosting/backups (I use S3), and implementing advertising (including optimizing performance using iterative testing). You’re curious how to take a large audience and integrate it across a blog, forums, newsletter, and more.

You’ve looked at my list of planned blog optimizations and you can already tell me 15 things I haven’t thought of. And while you may not know the right answer to a question, you know how to split-test and optimize until you find it. Please get in touch by sending me the URL of a site you’ve worked on and telling me a little bit about yourself.

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  1. Hey Ramit,
    My project is called pyxlin.com. The nonsense name is a result of the tag line, “journaling in pixel and print.” Pyxlin is a service that enables you to keep your private journal online, include your favorite photos, and publish it all into a hardbound book.
    I may not fit your Friday entrepreneur mold because I developed Pyxlin with the help of FamilyLearn Inc. and I since haven’t been very involved. I wrote a quick version of how it all happened.