Post Affiliate Pro

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Software

Post Affiliate Pro is an online affiliate tracking software, developed and offered in SaaS (software as a service)[1][2][3].

Technology

It is a proprietary software distributed together with multiple plugins[4], which are written in PHP and extend functionality to the server part of the software.

Post Affiliate Pro can be integrated with any website or shopping cart[5] and relies on 3rd party services like Grafana, Stripe and Braintree. Also, the software works with REST-based API for custom integration[6].

It offers 3rd party integration with Wordpress, Magento[7], PrestaShop, 3dcart[8], Bigcommerce, Braintree, Aweber, Joomla, Mailchimp, PayPal among others.

ESET, Konga and more than 30.000 companies use the software, which integrates with 200+ CMS systems and Payment processors.[9]

Features[10]

  • Advanced Affiliate Tracking Technology
  • Site Replication and PDF Rebranding
  • DirectLink Linking
  • Search Engine Friendly Links
  • Lifetime Commissions
  • Private Campaigns and Commission Groups
  • Selection of Banners
  • Fraud Protection system
  • Real Time Reporting
  • Recurring Commissions
  • Split Commissions with more Affiliates
  • Unlimited Sub-affiliate Tears and Forced Matrix

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