To Manage all affiliates in the system, follow the steps below. There is a slideshow and a supplemental text tutorial featured below.



The first step is to click <b></b><i style="font-weight: bold;">Affiliates</i>&nbsp;<b><i></i></b><i></i>and select&nbsp;<span class=""><i><b>Manage&nbsp;</b></i>from the drop down menu</span>

Click <span class=""><i><b>Edit</b></i> on the control menu</span>

Here is the affiliate information. You can edit&nbsp;<b><i>Name, Account Manager,&nbsp;</i></b><i></i>and&nbsp;<b><i>Status.</i></b><i></i> All other sections are optional. Click&nbsp;<b><i>Save</i></b><i></i> when finished.

Here is the general information. Click&nbsp;<span class=""><i><b>Visibility</b></i></span>

<b><i>Visibility</i></b><i></i>&nbsp;allows you to view Offer Status (Active or Pending), Offer Visibility (Private, Public, or Require Approval), and Can Run Offer (Yes or No). Click&nbsp;<b><u></u><i>Users.</i></b><br>

Under&nbsp;<b><i>Users,</i></b><i></i>&nbsp;you can see who is associated with the affiliate. Click <span><i><b>Postbacks</b></i></span>

<b><i>Postbacks&nbsp;</i></b><i></i>shows you the list of&nbsp;<b><i>Conversion&nbsp;</i></b><i></i>and&nbsp;<b><i>Post Conversion&nbsp;</i></b><i></i>events. Click <span><i><b>Pending Requests</b></i></span>

<b><i>Pending&nbsp;</i></b><i></i><b><i>Requests</i></b><i></i>&nbsp;shows you which requests are pending. There is one pending request. Click <span><i><b>API Keys</b></i></span>

Under&nbsp;<b><i>API Keys&nbsp;</i></b><i></i>you can check the&nbsp;<b><i>Status&nbsp;</i></b><i></i>of a key, along with who created it and when it was created. Click <span><i><b>API IPs</b></i></span>

Under&nbsp;<b><i>API IPs,</i></b><i></i>&nbsp;one can control who is able to call the API. When this section is empty, all IPs are allowed to call the API. To go back to the overview, click&nbsp;<b><i>General</i></b>

To get back to the list of affiliates, click <span class=""><i><b> Affiliates </b></i></span>

That's it. You're done.


Basics

  • To get to a list of affiliates, click Affiliates>>Manage
  • Here is a table of affiliates featuring supplemental columns like Status, Account Manager, and Today’s Revenue


Edit Affiliate

  • To edit the affiliate, select the control menu of the affiliate you’d like to edit and click Edit
  • This will navigate you to a page that allows you to change the following:
    • Name
    • Account Manager
    • Labels (Optional)
    • Status (Active/Inactive/Pending/Suspended)
    • Traffic Source (Optional)
    • Enable Fraud Checks (Optional)
    • Internal Notes (Optional)
  • Click Save when finished


Affiliate Information

  • There are seven sections of information when you select an affiliate:
    • General
    • Visibility
    • Users
    • Postbacks
    • Pending Requests
    • API Keys
    • API IPs


Under General

  • This section features general information (such as Account Manager and Status)
  • There are also sections on Stats, Tracking Links, and History
  • Click Visibility to proceed


Under Visibility

  • The Visibility section features a table of Offers showing their Status (Active/Inactive), Visibility (Private/Public/Require Approval), and the ability to Run the Offer (Yes/No)
  • Click Users to move on


Under Users

  • The Users section shows a table of Users that can access the affiliate
  • Supplemental information such as Work Phone, Cell Phone, Email, and date Added is featured for additional insight
  • Click Postbacks to continue


Under Postbacks

  • The Postbacks section shows two tables of Postbacks (Conversion and Post Conversion) ordering them by Affiliate
  • Other information such as Offer, Level (Global Affiliate/Global Offer/Specific), Status (Active/Inactive), Method (HTML/Postback), Postback URL, and HTML Code are also included in the tables
  • Click Pending Requests to move on


Under Pending Requests

  • This section shows a table of pending requests
  • It shows other information such as Affiliate, Offer, Status, Request Date, and Last Update
  • Click API Keys to proceed


Under API Keys

  • Here you will find a list of API Keys followed by their Status, who it was Created By, and Date Created
  • Click API IPs to continue


Under API IPs

  • This section shows which IPs are allows to call the API
  • As of now, all IPs can call the API
  • To restrict usage, click Edit on the top right
  • Clicking Edit will just allow you to add IPs that can call the API once access is restricted
  • Click Add and then Save when finished