So far we have previously discussed the different ways that both advertisers and blog owners can make use of the sponsored reviews network Social Spark. Through Social Spark, bloggers can find high quality brands and offers to write about on their web sites. As an advertiser, you also have that same high quality access, but to a wide range of blogs that can cater your offer to their audience. To read more about Social Spark and how it works for both advertisers and blog owners, be sure to read both of our previous posts below.

Now that you have a good idea how Social Spark works, we thought it would be a good idea to highlight that as a blog or web site owner, you can actually negotiate the amount of commission you would like to receive for writing about a web site or offer.

When you are logged into your account, you will see a section to view the “Leads” that are available for you to write about. You can see the “amount” of these offers all vary. If you find a topic or offer that you would like to write about, but the amount isn’t high enough for you, you can then click on the NEGOTIATE button and see if the advertiser can pay a higher amount.

Once you click on the negotiate button, you will then be sent to page full of information about the offer, it’s requirements and it’s current payout and an area for you to request a higher payout. If the advertiser accepts, then you will be setup to run the offer. If not, the advertiser may come back with a higher rate or reject your increase offer all together.

Finding the middle ground between blog owners and advertisers is just another perk that makes Social Spark at the top of the sponsored reviews game. If you aren’t already a member of Social Spark, be sure to sign up to their network for free.

Zac Johnson is a online marketer with 15 years of experience and also a blogger at BloggingTips.com and ZacJohnson.com, as well as the author of Blogging Tips: Confessions of a Six Figure Blogger on Amazon.com.

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