David Livingston wrote:Why don't you just start a project thread here on Permies sounds much easier to me rather that setting up a separate blog
Daniel Ray wrote:Daron, I would like to make a guest post if you want. I have been working on my natural building blog for a few years now, my traffic isn't anything special--400-500 viewers a week--but I hope this will grow much more over the next few years. I did notice that posting on permies gets much more traffic to my site. Check out my blog in my signature or copy and paste this link http://www.spiritwoodnaturalbuilding.com ; If it looks good and you want us to post, send me a message on permies. Once you get your blog going, come do a post on mine so that my traffic links to your site. Good luck!
Joseph Lofthouse wrote:Guest posts tend to not work with my lifestyle. But I love being interviewed.
Gregg Carter wrote:I, like someone earlier in the thread, don't do guest posts, but do interviews. If you are serious about setting up a homestead type blog and are on Facebook, there is a group called the Homestead Bloggers Network that can help you out a lot. You will have to apply to be a member, but there is lots of opportunity for collabaration and educational opportunities on the blogging side. There are also monetization opportunities as well. I focus on YouTube, but they still let me be a memeber.