Drupal SEO Community Builder Needed

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Experience Level: Intermediate
We have a health related website from around 5yrs or so back that has gained a small community of users and regularly brings in £400+ a month just from Adsense without us *ever touching it*. It has simply gained in content and respect over the years.

It could make much much more if someone were to actively manage it. This may include the following tasks:

* Community building (including Drupal module setup/installation to add features)
* Content creation and content promotion (moving user posts to home page etc).
* News and blog postings to attract new users and links
* Optimizing of Adsense and other affiliate programs to maximize revenue

The site does NOT need any shady SEO tactics or dodgy link building schemes. I am an ex SEO from way back (really, Google me..) so understand that really what this site needs is love and attention.

It needs someone to make it the best it possibly can be, and to profit from it.

I will offer 50% of all revenue over £200 per month to anyone who understands the above and can increase this sites potential for both its community of users, and our profit. This means you will earn £100 (on average) for just working on it, but potentially there is much to be made here as it is health related with great revenue potential.

Interested parties should place a bid and I will contact you to talk about the work:

Necessary skils include the following:

* Drupal module setup / configuration and general Drupal related webmaster skills
* Basic SEO knowledge - How to optimize titles and link text and maximize potential of UGC
* Community building - The best way forward for this site is to emphasize what is already working for it, and help it to do better for its users.

Place a bid and lets talk!

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