Whether you are adding a new affiliate, or editing an existing affiliate record, the same information is called for. If the affiliate signed up in your store, they will have entered most of the information themselves.
The affiliate will sign in to your store using the Login name you enter here. This is also is added to the end of the URL the affiliate uses to link to your store.
When an affiliate requests that there password be sent to them, it will be sent to the Lost Password E-mail address.
Enter a Password for the affiliate, then enter it a second time to confirm. If the affiliate signed up in your store, they already specified a password, which is not displayed here, for privacy reasons. In most cases, do not enter a new password. If you must change it, remember to let the affiliate know about it, since their old password will no longer work.
The initial Status will be the default you specified under Affiliate Configuration. You can change the status for each affiliate, after reviewing their application. When an application is Pending, the prospective affiliate does not earn commissions. After the account is Approved, the affiliate accumulates earnings and payouts can be made. If you determine that an applicant should not be part of your affiliate program, select Rejected.
Enter the affiliate's site name and URL (Web address), and mailing address where you will send their commission checks.
When a new affiliate is created the default commissions, specified under Affiliate Configuration / Options, are applied. You can change these commissions for each affiliate.
The current balance for the affiliate's account is displayed here.
View an ongoing record of all the commissions earned by this affiliate, along with any adjustments and payouts. If you prefer, you can delete old items, such as those that have already been paid out, to keep the list short and current.
To enter a manual adjustment to the account, click Add Adjustment. For more information, see Add Adjustment for Affiliate.
If you are using the MIVA Mailer marketing tool in your store, the mailing lists to which this affiliate has subscribed are shown here. You can manually remove an affiliate from lists here. You can also assign an affiliate to lists, but it is poor practice to include people in mailing lists without their having requested it, and in some cases may be illegal.