Finding A Blogging Partner to Assist You: The #1 Way to Profitable Blogging

finding a blogging partner

Do you want to know a secret tip to build a profitable blog quickly? Find a blogging partner. If you’re wondering about how finding a blogging partner can help you building a better blog, this post is just for you!

As your blog grows, you may find that you don’t have enough time to get everything done. There are countless thing you need to do to keep your blogging business running smoothly. These include some or all of the following:

This is a sizeable but incomplete list of everything bloggers need to do. Depending on how well your blog is doing, it may be worth your time to get help.

Hiring a virtual assistant is clearly an option. However, virtual assistants approach their tasks from a managerial perspective. You may want to work with another entrepreneur who is just as vested in promoting your site as you are.

Working with a blogging partner may be the perfect solution for you. You can both share the spoils of your blog. This keeps you both motivated towards making the blog as successful as possible and keeps your expenses down if your blog has a slow month or two. Let’s now get into the details.

Finding a blogging partner to build a profitable blog in 2018

finding a blogging partner

Assess your own strengths and weaknesses before finding blogging partner

Before you even think about getting help from a blogging partner, make a list of all of your own strengths and weaknesses so you’ll know what exact requirements you need in other blogging partner who can assist you with blogging.

If you’re wondering about why should you find a blogging partner, here are some of the benefits of having a blogging partner.

  • You can distribute your blogging related work (for instance, if you’re working on SEO related tasks, your partner can take care of the content creation or promotion part)
  • You can share your ideas and implement the best strategies
  • You can quickly grow your blog since both of you will be spending time
  • You can get access to premium tools, plugins or better hosting and share the costs in half
  • You both can teach other about the skills you own. If you’re good at SEO, you can teach your blogging partner and vice versa

Before you start looking for a blogging partner, you are going to need to decide what you are really looking for. You need to assess your strengths and passions and find someone who is going to complement them.

For example, you may work primarily on developing the onsite content, responding to comments and handling technology troubleshooting problems. Your partner might be able to handle the social networking and marketing of the site.

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Things to look for in finding a successful blogging partner

Undoubtedly finding a blogging partner is not at all easy. It involves in a lot of time, efforts (and often times) money. Before finding someone to assist you in blogging, make sure to look for the following most important things so you can build a profitable blog that actually makes money in the long run.

  • You must be able to communicate often (either through phone, email or Skype). Your blogging partner must be able to connect with you and available for you almost anytime you need help.
  • You should be able to trust your blogging partner because blogging is involved in money and sharing few insider strategies.
  • Your blogging partner must give a thought about your ideas. If you’re focused on increasing traffic and your blogging partner is focused on something else, you both can never build a profitable blog. You both must respect and implement each other’s ideas.
  • You both should come up with an exit strategy. That means, you both should know whether to continue working on the same website for a long time or sell it (and pick up another site) once it starts generating money.

Read: How to Quickly Make Your Blog Profitable Starting From Scratch in 2018

Make sure to blog daily if you’re working along with a blogging buddy to attract more sales.

blogging consistency stats

Top 5 ways to find a blogging partner

Now, let’s talk about the main part: how do you find a blogging partner to take your blog to the next level? Here are 5 proven ways which are mostly free.

#1. Leverage your own network

The best way to find a partner for blogging is to look around your own circles as you mostly end up finding someone trustworthy which is extremely important. Your network includes the following;

  • Your friends and colleagues (if you know someone who’s interested in blogging within your close circles, it would be great as you both can communicate regularly)
  • Other bloggers in your niche (find a group of bloggers who are in the same industry as you and who have similar authority blogs so you both can decide to work on the same blog to make it successful)
  • Through your own website (you can also create a page on your blog and start accepting invitation from others to work on your blog which includes other bloggers, influencers and your own blog followers)

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#2. Hire a content marketing strategist

This is the best long term strategy if you want to build a better blog that makes profits. I’ve personally been working with a content marketing strategist “Rahul Kuntala” since 2014 and the results have been tremendous both in terms of increasing search traffic and average monthly income.

If you’ve some investment to spend on improving your blog for the long run, you should definitely consider hiring a content marketing strategist who can help you with content creation, increasing traffic and sales and so on.

Here’s an illustration that tells you about the importance of content frequency. You can easily churn out more content if you’ve access to a content marketing strategist.

blogging frequency stats

#3. Build a small tribe

If you’re just getting started with blogging, you should probably build a small list of people who are really interested in the topics you share. So that you can use that small yet dedicated tribe to grow your blog in the years to come. Here are some of the ways you can build a small tribe online that you can also use for finding a blogging partner for help.

  • Use your email list
  • Create a Facebook group
  • Use blogging forums
  • Your blog followers

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#4. Using online platforms like UpWork

Don’t go for cheaper platforms like Fiverr as you’ll mostly end up finding someone without any proper skillset or experience. Go for high end platforms like UpWork, SEOClerks, Freelancer and so on.

Here are few top Fiverr alternatives where you can find top notch writers (or you can use the same platforms to get writing work) who can help you with content creation, SEO, increasing your website’s search engine traffic and so on.

#5. Try meetups and seminars

Whether you know it or not, there’s a fantastic online platform called Meetups which lets you connect with other people (such as bloggers, marketers and so on) in person. You can create your own meetups within your city and start collaborating with others directly and you might even find a blogging buddy.

The same goes with seminars as well, make sure to attend as many blogging and marketing related seminars within your industry so you can not only find others for blogging assistance but you can also build rapport with influencers.

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After assessing what you want in a partner you can move on to phase two of the process: the search. There are plenty of ways you can find a blogging partner, some of which may work more effectively than others. Let me go over a couple of approaches I’ve used and how they worked.

After I’ve been working on my site Internet marketing site for a while, I decided that I wanted to work with someone else. I share a client with another writer who had a significant amount of experience as an Internet marketer. I built a rapport with her over time and then invited her to join me. This was an excellent arrangement that worked quite well for me.

I also tried looking for a blogging partner for one of my affiliate marketing sites. This time I didn’t have nearly as much luck. Mostly this was because I tried relying on a job post on Problogger. Although Problogger ads can be a great way to get freelancers to write for you, I came to the conclusion that this wasn’t the most effective way to find partners. I got a few replies to my ad, but most of them didn’t even apply to my follow-up email. Essentially, I wasted $50 for an ad and didn’t find anything.

Do’s and don’ts for finding a blogging partner

Here are some of the do’s and don’ts in finding a blogging partner in 2018.

Do’s of finding a blogging partner:

  • Do find out the track record and background of the blogging partner you’re going to consider to help you with your blog. If you both know each other well, there’s no issue but in case if you’re working together for the first time, you’ll be better off working with someone who has experience in particular areas that can help you grow your blog.
  • Do find someone who’s good at coding. If you’re not good at coding, you can find someone with good programming skills as you mostly need to change your website design, take care of your website backend, security issues and so on. So it’s always good to have someone who knows coding.
  • Practically speaking find someone who knows SEO because search engine optimization is the key to building a website that gets more traffic. You can make money from a blog without getting traffic. So find someone who’s good at keyword research, building backlinks, on page optimization and so on.
  • Do invest in the right tools. You can use tools like Trello and Skype for team collaborations and communicate regularly about the things you should do take your blog to the next level. You should also invest in a good design, SEO tools, email marketing and so on.

Don’ts of finding a blogging partner:

  • There’s no point of finding a newbie with zero skills and zero online reputation to assist you with improving your blog. You’re literally wasting your own time, only find someone who has experience or skills in your industry.
  • Avoid those people who don’t stay in touch with you when you need help the most. Toxic people or those who are not committed in building a better blog is not the right fit for your blog’s growth.
  • Don’t allow more people. There’s no point of finding and working with too many blogging partners. As a rule of thumb, you should always find just one or two people for assistance. Once your blog starts making money, you can hire people.

Pros and cons of finding a blogging partner

Here are some of the advantages and disadvantages of having a blogging partner to assist you to build a money making blog.


  • You can share the blogging tasks in half so you’ll be saving a lot of time
  • You can build a money making blog even more quickly if you’re working with a blogging partner
  • You can share all the costs and investments that you put on your blog (for example, SEMrush monthly plan costs you $100 per month, if you’re working with another blogging partner, you can both split that into $50 per month, likewise, you can spend and invest money on so many things including email marketing tools, website design and so on)
  • You can come up with interesting ideas to drive more traffic, make more sales and so on


  • Finding a trustworthy blogging partner is definitely cumbersome
  • It’s not so easy to share your profits and how much percentage you both should take once your blog starts generating money
  • You’ll be making less (since you’re sharing profits with your partner)

FAQs about finding a blogging partner to assist you

Here are some of the things you might want to know before you start looking for a blogging partner for assistance.

#1. Why should you find a blogging partner? Does it still matter in 2018?

The biggest reason to find a blogging partner is you can speed up the process of building a profitable blog. You can share all the blogging related tasks such as content creation, SEO, email list building, selling, promotion and so on.

Not only that, when it comes to building a money making blog, you’ll have to invest a lot of money be it hosting, email marketing, design, SEO tools and so on. Having a blogging partner gives you the freedom to share the costs equally. So yes, having a blogging partner in 2018 is still relevant and works like a charm.

Read: 7 Blogging Skills You Need to Become A Professional Blogger in 2018

Here are few blogging stats that you should always remember.

blogging stats 2018

#2. Should you pay your blogging partner?

It depends. If you’re hiring a blogging partner for content marketing or SEO, you must either pay him or share your blogging profits. You should decide about it before you start treating someone as your blogging partner.

If you’re just starting out, you both can work on the blog and two separate things where you both excel and share the profits in half once your blog starts making money.

#3. How do I find a blogging partner?

If you’ve gone through the post carefully, you would have come up with an awesome idea by now. If not, you still can look for places such as seminars, webinars, meetups, your own circles to find a blogging partner.

#4. Should you create a legal agreement contract with your blogging partner?

If you’re working with a trustworthy partner, there’s no need of having legal agreements but it would be really a smart idea to have one just in case when things go wrong. You don’t need a 100 page contract though, just make sure to talk about the terms and conditions and what percentage you both are willing to take once your website starts earning profits.

Read: A Powerful Blog Setup Checklist for Starting A Successful Blog from Scratch

Final thoughts on finding a blogging partner in 2018

Although finding a blogging partner has its merits and demerits but you’ll definitely stay ahead if you find someone with skills. So make sure to find a blogging partner who you can trust and build a money making blog in the long run.

Working with a blogger that complements your skill sets can be a great idea. If you are considering working with a partner, you should make sure you understand them as well as possible so that you can know exactly what you are getting.

Do you have any more questions? Share your thoughts in the comments below.



  1. Atish says:

    Partner is needed for successful blogging and for making more money. Thank God I have a good partner. Nice post Anil.

  2. Blogging is not possible at all without a partner!! I do the technical stuff my friend writes the articles. We are struggling with the social aspects… I mean social media.
    We manage 5 blogs some of them corporate… So the stakes are high!!!
    Thanks for the tips!!!

    • Kalen says:

      Thanks Jim! It can get very complex when you are creating a blogging business, but a great partner can make it much easier. Thanks for the tip!

  3. Adrian says:

    Still looking for a partner, many plans that are not met because I simply cant do it all alone. Hope I could find someone who is willing to work with me especially without money since the website is new. Someone who could understand that we need to work before we could earn both

  4. Marouane says:


    My name is Marouane, I have an online shopping website with more than 20 000 products for dropshipping selling, my company is registred in Morocco, we’re extending our team, we’re a team of marketer, SEO and web designer, we’re looking for a good blogger to showcase and talk about our products, we will offer salary based on the net profit of the company income, if interested please contact me to discuss the duties and the income percentage.

    Best regards,


  5. J says:

    Hi there looking for some partners for a football blog. Looking for
    -website manager
    -article writer
    -internet marketer

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