Cut deals with the various distros that offer services that generate income like RedHat.
Cut deals with the companies that sell Linux hardware both desktop and server at both the big names like Dell and the small like Ohava.
Cut deals with the Linux game companies like Frictional and DoubleFine as well as the game sellers like Humble Bundle, Valve, Desura, Gamolith etc.
Cut deals with the companies that sell Linux compatible hardware like Hauppage, Brother, Roccat etc.
Cut deals with proprietary multimedia creation software and hardware companies like Black Magic Design, EditShare, Arobas Music, Renoise, Modartt, The Foundry etc.
Cut deals with companies that make Linux software of any kind like Alwil, Mathworks, StataCorp, Wolfram, CadSoft, Bricsys etc.
Cut deals with general DIY companies that sell OS agnostic hardware like Ram, Cases, cooling systems, PSUs, SSDs, HDDs, Uninterpretable Power Supplies, etc.
Cut deals with the mobo manufacturers, try and not to burn bridges anymore like he did with Gigabyte. The days of having to check to see if everything on your desktop mobo is Linux compatible is pretty much over since the chipsets have been consolidated down to their respective CPU manufacturers. Long dead are the days of VIA, SIS, Alladin etc random mobo chipsets of various models with varying levels of support. AMD and Intel both do a damn good job of ensuring that their mobos will at the very least boot Linux with the bare essentials working out of the box.
Cut deals with the small time OSS hardware projects like ColorHug monitor calibrator, whatever they are now calling the KDE tablet, OpenPandora and whatever their successor is, and whats now become of the Neo Freerunner project which was the GTA-04 last I looked at the project and the many others projects floating around.*
I'm sure many here can point out tons of companies that you could hit up, this would also give you the opportunity to expand the site and review new types of software and hardware. I'm sure I've posted companies here that many on this site have never heard of, let alone knew they had Linux compatible stuff for sale. Theres money to be made and a chance to actually get people to willingly turn off Adblock if Larabel stops being such a lazy, whiny beeyotch. IIRC Larabel has stated before that Phoronix isn't a job but is in fact a buisness. Well guess what, a buisness isn't a 9-5, it's much harder then that, especially when you have to do with almost no extra manpower to delegate work out to.
If that doesn't work, maybe Larabel will be better off trying to be a less annoying version of the http://www.tequilawhisperer.com/
*Anyone know if anyone has plans to update the PCHDTV HD-5500 to PCIe? It looks like really good kit but is only in PCI, but their site unfortunately looks more or less abandoned.