September 29, 2014 at 4:25 am #273
The plugin looks great so far, but I’m not sure how the Paid Membership Pro Integration plugin works. After I install the integration plugin, I don’t see any new settings that will allow me to set the commission rate for each type of membership in WP Affiliate Manager or Paid Membership Pro.
I looked through the documentation, but I don’t see any info on how WP Affiliate Manager tracks the sales and commissions for Paid Membership Pro signups.
To give you an idea of the system I’m using, I’m running WordPress 3.8 multisite with Paid Membership Pro Pro 220.127.116.11 network activated with the PMPro Network Membership 0.2 addon installed (for a network wide membership system).
Can you please help me with the integration between these 2 plugins?
Once again, excellent work with this plugin. I’m looking forward to using it and also helping with its development.September 29, 2014 at 11:37 pm #274
The paid membership pro integration doesn’t need any settings. As soon as you activate that addon, the membership payment via paid membership pro will be tracked. It will use the commission rate set in the affiliate’s profile to calculate the commission.September 30, 2014 at 2:09 am #275
I do see the default commission rate set for my user, but I have 3 memberships setup in Paid Membership Pro:
1) Free ($0 per sale – no commission should be given)
2) Paid ($1 per sale)
3) Premium ($5 per sale)
I really need some way of setting the commission for each membership type that is being sold. That’s what I thought the PM Pro Integration plugin would do. Is there a way to do this?
I also see the affiliate’s link in the creatives section of their profile and their referral key looks like this: http://teamupmovement.com/?wpam_refkey=F,G8Vb4OMU7nioeqcKp3Now6Ger00000000000.
How can I shorten this wpam_refkey value to simply use the affiliate’s username like this:
I really think this would make things much easier the affiliates to use, and for site visitors and new customers as well.
And one last question. How do I view my affiliate account as an admin user? When I’m logged in as admin and I visit the Affiliate Login page, it says “You are currently logged in”, but when I visit the Store Affiliates page, it asks me to apply (register). Then, I tried registering while logged in as admin, and it created the affiliate on the My Affiliates list, but the same thing happens on the Affiliate Login and Store Affiliates pages.
Thanks for getting back to me on this, I really appreciate it.October 1, 2014 at 3:19 am #276
We will look into adding the enhancements you suggested.
The affiliate area is accessible when you are logged in as an affiliate. You (the site admin) can view affiliate’s details from the backend.
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