From your previous post:
You would likely have more luck if you were to post your detailed specification.
Often, vague descriptions such as “Website needs to have videos and pictures. I also need to be able to add videos and pictures.” are discouraging for developers, as is is difficult to know how proficient you are with such things (prepping media for the web, integrating into your site, etc.)
In particular, the type of video(s) you want and how they are to be served, and how you are envisioning preparing the media for web distribution (conversion?), can be significant issues.
How is the finished site to be maintained? DO you want a CMS (Content Management System) to facilitate you maintaining it yourself, or is ongoing maintenance of the site required? Will training be necessary to facilitate the use of a CMS?
Is the expected traffic and contents of the site such that is can be reasonably expected to run well and remain serviceable on a shared host such as a standard DreamHost account, or is it likely to require a VPS or a dedicated server?
You also have not described what assets (media, graphics, text) you already have and what will need to be prepared by the developer.
The paypal linking and email setup are not a big issues, and the blog is easily enough setup (though there are design considerations there also - does it’s design match the main site and, if so, will custom templating be required?).
There are many developers that hang out here, but it is often hard to entice one into responding to “RFPs” from truly anonymous sources, as professionally and responsibly prepared quotes can be time-consuming and there is no knowledge of the proposed budget for the project, or the proposer’s ability and willingness to pay.
While this is true everywhere, to a greater or lesser degree, you may have better luck on some of the many “freelance” or “scriptlancer” sites, where developers are more used to to dealing with “anonymous” potential clients (though you will need to state a budget on most of them ).