I remember your post, actually, as I did respond to it. As mentioned by slatecaster, you have an idea which is fairly complex and you have yet to describe it on this site succinctly, which is key if you want to be successful. Few people with bother to read a several page explanation of what your idea is.
So, first step is to try to phrase your idea in one or two sentences. Who is your site for, what does it do?
As you seem to have thought out marketing and the financial approach, explain in another one or two sentences the cash-flow structure - how money comes in and how it goes out.
Finally, dealing with getting this developed. Ideas are cheap, but development is not. A site as described in your earlier post can take anywhere from several hundred hours to several thousand hours. At $20 per hour (and that's about the minimum of what you could be expected to pay), that's looking at $10K in development costs.
I understand you're looking to give equity for the work, but the problem is, developers are often reluctant to do this. First, they'll have to devote themselves to your vision, leaving them unable to earn money from projects that pay cash. They'll have to put in a lot of work, and it's quite possible that it won't be financially viable in the end. Then they'll have to deal with running the company, and the exit strategy for them isn't clear.
With only $5,000 in your budget, this really appears to be a dead-end project, as the money will run out long before your marketing kicks in, the applications are built, and your project is cash-flow positive. I would strongly recommend that find additional financing for a project of this scope, in the area of $25K and up. A line of credit might work, since you can draw on it as needed, rather than all at once.
To find people, you really need to know what it is you're looking for. Clear phrasing of what you're trying to build, what skills it is that you're going to need, and so on, will help. You can post on various websites such as this one, social networks, and so on, indicating exactly what it is you're looking for.
That's not to say the long explanation is useless. But you won't attract someone with a long explanation if you haven't captured their interest with a one or two sentence summary.