New extensions for Affiliates (Ho ho ho)

December is here at last! And a good bunch of new extensions for the Affiliates plugins brings useful tools to shop owners, so that your Xmas sales can get a pretty boost thanks to your business partners.

Talking about a bunch, after so many requests for a generic multi-tier solution have been received, Affiliates Enterprise is now available with support for unlimited tiers and rate-based commissions. It also comes with all currently supported extensions and during this happy month, it’s available at a discount – it’s a steal 🙂

So here’s what’s new:

More coming up soon!

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8 Responses to New extensions for Affiliates (Ho ho ho)

  1. cozzette July 16, 2013 at 12:00 pm #

    Hi, I uploaded affiliates pro and its up on my site, however I can’t seem to find a section to add banners and links? Can you advise me on this? Thanks in advance


  2. Eric March 18, 2013 at 7:27 am #


    I was wondering if you could explain what you mean by “multiple tiers.” I am not clear on YOUR meaning on multiple tiers. Here is what I need, so perhaps you can tell me if this is what it does or not…

    Edited: long description, see here

    So, is this possible with your tiered system or can this be done with the lesser Affiliate Pro or none of the above?

    • kento March 21, 2013 at 12:48 pm #

      You are referring to progressive commission rates and this would require a customized implementation. OOTB you can assign rates by level with Affiliates Enterprise but not based on the sales amount as in your example.

  3. david December 7, 2012 at 8:16 pm #

    A couple of questions.

    The video page and the product comparision page doesn’t yet talk about enterprise. Is the only difference the unlimited pyramid levels of affiliates?

    I don’t understand the concept behind the products addon. If I am already running woocommerce, what does this do for me? Sorry, it just isn’t clicking with me.

    Is there any vs. where instead of creating a specific link for my affiliates, they can simply enter their domain name, and then any referral from that domain would then gain the affiliate commission?

    *Obviously they would have to somehow verify they own the domain, like uploading a script to the root folder of the site, otherwise everyone will own facebook*

    Having full domain name referrals would make a few of my projects I am working on so much easier than relying upon specific affiliate urls.

    The idea being that a user registers on my WordPress site, and with affiliates pro/enterprise already installed, if they enter their own website url, then that could be used as their affiliate link.

  4. strongties December 5, 2012 at 11:56 am #

    Cool, so I guess this will be the next version after Affiliates Pro : 2.2.4 right?

  5. Bruce December 5, 2012 at 11:44 am #

    Hi Kento, any news on the ‘adding referals manually’ feature we spoke about a month or so ago?

    Best wishes,


    • kento December 5, 2012 at 11:46 am #

      Hi Bruce,
      Yes it will most probably be included with the next release which is due in a few days (probably this week even if tests conclude).
      All the best 🙂

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