Use this page to work with affiliates. Affiliate managers can track affiliates' progress here. The page comprises such affiliate management features as editing, advanced search (including the affiliate's links search), tagging, and so on.
You can use this section to easily track affiliates' revenue which helps to have a better knowledge of payouts. The Sign in button allows you to view statistics and other data from affiliate's side.
Upload the list of affiliates
You can upload .csv file with the list of your affiliates. Select the fields you want to import by clicking on the checkbox. Not checked items are ignored. You shouldn't use headers in your file and the column order should be the same as the fields selected.
Use this tool to tag affiliates in order to arrange them according to traffic sources and perform quick search.
Use this function to highlight affiliates for further processing (for example, to verify traffic). To highlight an affiliate with color, double-click their row.
To access this page, click the affiliate's login in the table. Use this page to define such options as connection to particular offers, status of affiliate, disconnect affiliate from selected advertisers, as well as to take notes only visible to manager and view authorization records.
Referal percent - the individual percent for referal contributions. It will be added to the balance after the payment to referal (the bill for the referal is closed)
Referal partner - The affiliate who brought this partner to your network and will receive the contributions.
To create a new affiliate, click the Add button at the top of the Affiliate Management page.
Adding Global/Local postbacks
You can easily manage affiliates postbacks, choose the status and goals,change the priority between global and local one by just one checkbox.
This page shows the list of affiliates registrations by ip-addresses
Affiliate testing links
This tool emulates the conversion and helps you to check if affiliates postback works correct.
More info about it you can find here