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I am thinking of hiring someone on a part time basis to do link development. This person is a family member and while they have no SEO experience, they know the web, and have an interest in the subject of the site. He's also a student and is looking for some extra cash (aren't all students!).
I am prepared to give them training and provide them with a checklist of criteria for potential link partners. I'm just kind of stumped on how to work out payment. I'd prefer to pay on results or solid leads, but am unsure of quite how this would work out. Has anyone here had experience with this? Any tips or advice would be greatly appreciated.
Make sure you give your worker a detailed list of criteria and make sure they use link request forms anytime they encounter them. Do not send email unless that is the only form of contact the website offers. Keep link requests extremely short, personalized, and sincere. Only a few sentences in a link request correspondence are necessary.
Make sure your worker is not requesting replies back to a free email addy. His email should be email@example.com.