Affiliates – Screenshots

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1. Affiliates Overview

The overview shows summarized information based on current and historic data.


2. Manage Affiliates

This section is where the site’s affiliates are maintained.

They are related to users automatically when affiliates are allowed to sign up on your site. Once an affiliate has signed up, she will appear in this section.

Here you can also add new affiliates manually and edit or remove existing affiliates. An affiliate can also be associated manually to an existing user.


3. Visits & Referrals

This offers a per-day view of information about visits and referrals generated through affiliate links.


4. Affiliates & Referrals

The provides a per-affiliate view of information about visits and referrals generated through affiliate links.


5. Referrals

This section is where referrals are displayed and maintained.

The status is used to track whether referrals need further attention:

  • Accepted – referrals that are approved and pending payment to the affiliate
  • Pending – if a referral needs further review or approval before being accepted
  • Closed – a referral is closed when payment to the affiliate has been issued
  • Rejected – a referral that has not been approved and will not be credited to the affiliate


6. Referrals

This screenshot of the Referrals section is showing detailed information stored along with referrals obtained through the Affiliates Contact widget.


7. Options

Where general settings are maintained.


8. Menu

The Affiliates menu as seen from the administrative back end.


9. Affiliates Contact Widget

Usable example widget for lead generation and referrals with applied commission rate.


10. Affiliates Contact Widget

A Visitor’s view of the contact widget using the Twenty Eleven theme.


11. Affiliates Registration Widget

Lets visitors sign up to your affiliate program, fully automated. Also available as a shortcode to embed on pages.


12. Affiliates Registration Widget

Visitor’s view of the form. Also available as a shortcode to embed on pages.


13. Affiliates Registration Widget

View of a visitor’s successful form submission to join the site’s affiliate program.

14.  Generated Affiliate Area page

This is what an affiliate sees on the page when logged in.

24 Responses to Affiliates – Screenshots

  1. jay April 8, 2014 at 1:34 pm #

    Hi great plugin, I wanted to know how can I change the confirmation page after registration?

    Thank you

    • antonio April 9, 2014 at 3:50 pm #

      you can use “redirect” and “redirect_to” attributes in [affiliates_registration] shortcode.

  2. Ithinkacnt July 10, 2013 at 6:42 pm #

    Hi Kento,

    I recently bought and downloaded your Affiliate Pro for woo commerce – thank you for your work! I like it so far… and i have a few questions:
    1)on the affiliate area, you have an affiliate URL and an affiliate code saying ‘Use this code to embed your affiliate link’. what is the difference between the 2 (the URL and the code, are they supposed to be used at different places).
    2)You also say ‘Tip: You should change the text Affiliate link to something more attractive.’ what can the word ‘affiliate link’ be changed to… give me an example, plz. also how will it affect the code if i change part of it? Or will it not affect it at all?
    I am from a different field of work, but am very interested in promoting my products via affiliate marketing. So i am not a proficient coding expert, that’s why i have these basic questions.

    please help,

    • antonio July 11, 2013 at 7:34 am #

      1.- The first is a url and the second is a link.
      If you copy both the first one is not clickable and the second it is.
      For example:
      Affiliate link

      But you can use both where you want.

      2.- You can change these words and make more attractive the link, putting eg “Visit my shop”
      <a href="">Visit my shop </a>
      The result:
      Visit my shop


      • Miriam Kattumuri July 16, 2013 at 5:29 pm #

        Thank you for getting back. It’s much clearer now.

        I have 2 other questions:

        1) Cancelled orders are also being recorded as sales and credit is being given to the affiliate (in this case they are direct sales, as I am still working on setting it up, but eventually that’s going to be a problem. How do I correct this to reflect and credit only completed sales.

        2) I have an affiliate manager who I would like to credit 5% of all affiliates he signs up. Is there a way I can have this person get 5% of all sales made by the affiliates he has joined the program and x (variable) amount going to the affiliates??

        Please let me know…

        Thank you in advance,

        • antonio July 17, 2013 at 8:07 am #

          1) With Affiliates Pro Woocommerce Integration automatically referral status is updated with order status. If you cancel the order, then the referral is updated to rejected.

          2) In this case, you need a multi-tier system, that is available in Affiliates Enterprise version.


          • miriam July 17, 2013 at 7:51 pm #

            I did buy and download the affiliates pro for woo-commerce plugin. It’s still not working right, all sales even cancelled ones are being credited for.

            Please help rectify this thanks,

            • antonio July 18, 2013 at 8:31 am #

              have you checked “Auto-adjust referral status when an order is cancelled” in Affiliates->Woocommerce Integration ?
              Normally when an order is created, a referral is created, but with this options, referral’s status must be updated.
              If you want, you can send us admin access to support at itthinx dot com, and we’ll have a look your setting.

  3. Alex Wolk December 19, 2012 at 6:10 pm #

    Can you set it so people who buy with woocommerce (and thus become wordpress users) can automatically be made into affiliates? So customer makes a purchase, then at order screen we say, hey here is your affiliate link to share with others, and then allow them to share it easily?

    • kento December 20, 2012 at 11:10 pm #

      The Affiliates Users plugin creates affiliate account automatically for new users. You could then add a notice linking to the affiliate area on the order confirmation page.

  4. Ben December 19, 2012 at 8:00 am #

    You mean i can view source to get the full embed code and edit the title ?

  5. Ben December 17, 2012 at 3:37 am #

    How can i Edit the contact form ?
    I like to add more field.


    • kento December 17, 2012 at 9:41 am #

      You can use the example implementation to derive your own version. Just make sure you don’t hack the plugin’s code as your changes will be lost when you update the plugin.

  6. peteron September 30, 2012 at 9:19 am #

    HOw can i change the earnings? (as Administartor)

    • kento October 1, 2012 at 9:38 am #

      You mean the referral amount? You can’t change that (this is by design).

      • peteron October 1, 2012 at 3:13 pm #

        Hi also i can’t change this in Demo or so? Because if all my Affiliantes became 5$ for a click to my page this cost my many many money 🙁

        Greets from Germany 🙂

        • kento October 3, 2012 at 9:05 am #

          They don’t get anything for clicks, they only get a referral when e.g. a sale is made.

  7. Opal June 27, 2012 at 7:47 pm #

    Hi, Kento, I am reading all of the above. I am not sure if I understand it correctly.
    So my affiliate will put a code like this

    Affiliate Link

    in their site, but this code is not an image. Do I have to supply image ad (looks like google ad) to this affiliate, then she or he can put the image in their site and their customer can follow an affiliate link back to my website.
    I guess I am thinking like CJ and Linkshare. I thought merchants will supply an affiliate some promotional ads with an embedded affiliate link. Please clarify. Thank you.

    • kento June 28, 2012 at 11:24 am #

      Have a look at the Documentation, for example the Shortcodes section has answers to this.

  8. Zeljko December 2, 2011 at 11:49 am #

    Does the plugin can upload xml files from my affiliate partner?


    • kento December 2, 2011 at 2:49 pm #

      Hi Zeljko, I’m not quite sure what you would like to achieve. Could you please explain further? Cheers

  9. Rick August 10, 2011 at 3:46 am #

    Perhaps I missed it, but can the plugin’s function distinguish between a hit on your site and an actual sale of a product, whereby the sale is linked to the affiliate (referring partner), facilitating the ability to pay a commission to the affiliate.

    • kento August 10, 2011 at 12:10 pm #

      The short answer is … yes.
      The plugin provides detailed information about hits, visits and referrals for each affiliate. It also provides a very dynamic way of recording about any data you need related to referrals and sales. Referrals can be recorded for sales but also other interesting things like member sign-ups etc.

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