We've got some old blogs kicking about, largely seo experiments, testing niches/writers, leftovers from the old EMD days and so on... Some have decent DA/DR. Not a lot of traffic, but most have some. The sites get a good chunk of people messaging in asking for guest posts on them. Given the stats and low traffic we're probably talking $50 a pop at best, so not really worth our time and we've never bothered. We're in the process of hiring a VA for something else and it's occurred to me that they could probably handle the guest posts alongside the other bits we're getting them to do, so we might look into it and use it to help pay for the VA. The issue we've got is how do we take payments for these. Most guest post transactions seem to be paypal based (speaking largely as a buyer, but also based on the enquiries we get that are all asking for paypal) but I don't want loads of these cheap transactions on our account, especially if they're covering topics like betting, CBD etc.. which paypal like to flag. Does anyone have any ideas of a payment mechanism we could use that accepts paypal but doesn't require use of our own account? Even better if it keeps our company name off the transaction (eg: a merchant of record). I'm thinking of something like paddle, but that's only for SaaS. Alternatively are there any platforms we could pass the transactions through that don't have huge fees? I'm aware of all those guest post marketplaces, but the mark up is generally pretty big.