How does Sngine Affiliate System Work?

Affiliates will promote your website and will get more traffic. An affiliate program is an automated advertising system that will promote your products or services.

You can enable the Affiliate system from admin panel.

You have 2 options here to decide when your users will earn the money or when the referral will be counted

1- New User Registered

And here is this 2 cases

  1. If you enabled the verification step via email or SMS, The referral will be counted after the activation. so if a new user registered without activate his account the referral will not be counted.
  2. If the activation disabled the referral will be counted after the registration directly.

2- New User Registered & Bought Pro Package

Here the new user must buy a Pro Package so the referral will be counted.

Percentage (%)

Percentage will work if and only if you select “New User Registered & Bought Pro Package

otherwise “Fixed Price/Referred” will be used instead of Percentage

Also buying a pro package need be done via direct payments like PayPal or Stripe so if the user bought a package via Bank Transfer it will not be count as a referral

Users can check their balance and get their affiliate link from user settings page.

From admin panel you can manage the payments requests

  • You will need to make the payments from your Paypal/Skrill account.
  • After making the payment you can mark the payment request as paid.

Also you as admin will able to see the referral list of the user from his withdrawal request.

One more thing. You changed the amount to something very small like 0.0025 from admin panel but still 0.01 for the users ?

Don’t worry this is not a bug from the following template you will need to change the round number to something bigger like 4, 5 or 6 instead of 2 to work with your small number as you want



If you have any questions that are beyond the scope of this tutorial, please feel free to create a support ticket on our support system.

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That’s it.