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Old 07-31-2007, 05:00 AM
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Default Pay affiliates by PayPal

I'm evaluating your xooPartner software at the moment. It looks great, probably the best designed UI that I have seen in affiliate programs so far.
What I need to know is if I can pay commissions directly into affiliates PayPal accounts, rather than sending a check?

Also I will have affiliates in Australia and England.
Can I have different banners and links for each country?
I want to have prices and commisssions in dollars for Australia and pounds sterling for England.

Thanks
Simon

It's OK I've downloaded it and figured most things out. It should work fine if I can add custom banners that get forwarded to different pages that I can choose.

Last edited by Simon66 : 08-09-2007 at 11:33 AM. Reason: figured most of it out
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Old 07-31-2007, 01:26 PM
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Also, can you tell me what the term 'payout amount' means?
What is the 'Create Comission' page for?
If I add a 'payout amount' and a 'Sale Amount' on the 'Create Comission' page, the 'payout amount' adds to the commission percentage on the 'Approval Comissions' page. Is this correct?

Thanks in advance
Simon
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Old 08-27-2007, 05:26 AM
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I'm evaluating your xooPartner software at the moment. It looks great, probably the best designed UI that I have seen in affiliate programs so far.
What I need to know is if I can pay commissions directly into affiliates PayPal accounts, rather than sending a check?

Also I will have affiliates in Australia and England.
Can I have different banners and links for each country?
I want to have prices and commisssions in dollars for Australia and pounds sterling for England.

Thanks
Simon

It's OK I've downloaded it and figured most things out. It should work fine if I can add custom banners that get forwarded to different pages that I can choose.
Hello Simon,

Yes you can pay affiliates' comission directly via PayPal - if your affiliates entered their paypal email during registration or editing of account.

At the moment you can have different banners but the price can be set only in dollars or in pounds sterling but we can do this modification for you.
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Old 08-27-2007, 06:01 AM
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Also, can you tell me what the term 'payout amount' means?
What is the 'Create Comission' page for?
If I add a 'payout amount' and a 'Sale Amount' on the 'Create Comission' page, the 'payout amount' adds to the commission percentage on the 'Approval Comissions' page. Is this correct?

Thanks in advance
Simon
Hi Simon,

'Payout Amount' means which sum you are going to pay as a comission to an affiliate.
'Create comission' page has been created to let the affiliate manager create a comission manually in case if the sale for some reason wasn't tracked by the system.

If you add a 'payout amount' and a 'Sale amount' on the 'Create Comission' page then the approval comission is going to be created - all values are entered manually.
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