1) Advertisers will register on your website, and then create an "Opportunity". An "Opportunity" may be a product or a new websiteor service that this advertiser is launching, and they want as many bloggers to see this new "Opportunity", and for them bloggers to blog about it. When the advertiser creates the new "Opportunity", the advertiser is charged a fee, which is set by you. You can choose to charge a set fee or a percentage or both.
2) Also, when the advertiser creates their new "Opportunity", the advertiser can choose to pay extra to promote their new "Opportunity", and again these extra advertising options are charged at different rates set by you.
3) There is also a feature in BlogQuick, called "BlogQuick Direct", where bloggers can list themselves in the "BlogQuick Blogger Directory" and advertisers can approach any of these bloggers direct through the blogquick system, and ask them to blog about whatever the advertiser wants to promote. Again, there are fees involved when a "BlogQuick Direct" deal is made between an advertiser and blogger direct. The fee can be a set rate, percentage or both, and those rates are set by you.