Articles about New Feature

Affiliate Tracking

Friday, August 10, 2012
You (and affiliates, as well) are now able to track traffic that affiliates send to your site.
In the Admin Section of your website we have added an Affiliates Page.
You are able to track all the subscriptions, registrations and orders placed by people sent to your site through your affiliate.
To sign up your affiliates just need to register an account at your site and you would then need go to the Users page in the Admin Section and find the persons name and change their Role from User to Affiliate. Once you have done this a new affiliate URL will be created for that user and the affiliate will then be able to post and attract new customers for your website.
You need to decide how your affiliate program will pay your affiliates. You may decide to give a percentage or you may decide to pay a flat rate. Here are some payment arrangements to consider.

Rolling out the Affiliate Program

Tuesday, July 17, 2012
The Affiliate Program

You have taken the time to build your site and now you're up and running. You have some customers and your purchases are growing. Now you are looking at ways to grow your customer base faster. Word of mouth has worked well so far but you want to push it to the next level. How can your get more people to your site to buy your deals?
The Affiliate Program, is a great way to help with your marketing.

What is an Affiliate Program?

Deal form got new look

Wednesday, December 21, 2011

With lots of features added over time, the deal form started showing its age. It became large, clunky, overloaded with options, tweaks and settings.

And here comes the new streamlined and fancy deal form to be the steering wheel of your daily-deal flagman furrowing the seas of social commerce.

Multiple currencies

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Each daily deal site on Getsocio can now handle multiple currencies.

The amount is automatically converted from one currency to another when needed. The exchange rates are fetched every day from European central bank.

There are two practical use cases for multiple currencies