We’ve got some exciting news for all SaaS companies using Paddle for payments. Today, Rewardful is very proud to announce that Paddle users can now use Rewardful to set up affiliate programs.
We’ve been working closely with the Paddle team to make this a reality. Paddle helps software companies around the globe to offload operational complexities, so it was really important to us that we make the integration as easy as possible, and to handle all the complexities involved in subscription billing, including upgrades, downgrades, cancellations, refunds and more.
To learn more about using Rewardful to set up an affiliate program with Paddle, visit Rewardful.com/paddle.
We just released an improvement to your Rewardful dashboard: from now on all summaries of financial data will be denominated in a single currency:
Previously, Rewardful displayed a summary of each currency used in your account. For merchants trading in multiple currencies, this made it difficult to track how your affiliate program was performing. Converting everything to a single currency (your "display currency") makes this much simpler.
Individual transactions will still be displayed in the original (or "settlement") currency, so you'll still be able to reconcile specific sales between Rewardful and Stripe. Your display currency is only used when summarizing financial data.
Learn more: Choosing a display currency
By default Rewardful auto-generates "vanity" links based on the affiliate's name. For example, an affiliate named "James Bond" would be assigned the affiliate link "example.com/?via=james-bond"
This is generally the best approach for most merchant and affiliates, but in some cases you may not want to expose the affiliate's name.
To accommodate this we've rolled out a new campaign setting that allows you to generate private affiliate links. When this setting is enabled, your affiliates will be assigned a random, anonymous affiliate link, i.e. "example.com/?via=9b83c0"
You can change this setting from the Edit Campaign screen in your Rewardful dashboard:
This feature is available on our Growth and Enterprise plans. Check our pricing for the full benefits of the Growth and Enterprise plans!
It's now possible to pay your affiliates using Wise (formerly TransferWise) Batch Payments!
Wise is the industry leader for global bank account transfers, and is a great alternative for merchants who can't or don't want to use PayPal Mass Pay. Wise allows affiliates to accept commission payments directly into a bank account of their choosing. And if they accept directly into their own Wise balance, payments are instant and free!
Check out our Help Center for full details on how to use Wise Batch Payments!
If you've ever wanted to disable an affiliate's account without having to completely delete their account — now you can! Disabling affiliates is a good option for blocking people who have violated your affiliate program's Terms of Service without having to delete historical sale/commission data.
Check out this article in our Help Center for full details: How to disable affiliate accounts