Profitability in SMM panels

What are Child Panels and how do they differ from regular SMM Panel?

In general, there are 2 mains Best SMM panel types — regular panels and child panels. The name “regular panels” is pretty self-explanatory: those are the main highly functional panels that you can purchase on our platform right away, they have an extensive selection of features. But what exactly is a child panel?

Let’s break down the key differences between these two Social Media Marketing panel types.

Differences between regular and child panels

1. Panel ownership

The first major difference between these 2 types is that a child panel never belongs solely to its owner. He or she has to share the ownership rights with an owner of a regular panel the child panel in question is linked to. Unless a regular panel’s owner agrees to give the rights away on certain conditions.

The point is: if you buy a child panel because its maintenance is cheaper than a regular one, you need to be ready for the fact that you won’t be 100% in control. A regular panel’s owner will always have access to all your data — panel users, staff members, etc. He or she can also edit your own access rules, set a new password to your account or even suspend it.

Many people don’t know that when they decide to purchase child panels but, of course, it’s important to keep in mind that a regular panel’s owner always remains the main boss.

It’s probably the main reason why child panel owners sooner or later decide to switch to regular panels instead — and it’s definitely possible, you can hit us up anytime to learn how you can do it in case you’re interested.

Child panel owners can have multiple staff members, however, much fewer than regular panel owners.

2. Number of providers

The second significant difference is in the possible number of providers: a child panel can have only one provider, and it’s the regular panel that it is linked to. Meanwhile, the number of providers for regular panels on our platform is unlimited — you can connect as many of them as you want, and absolutely for free (we don’t charge extra for that).

3. Maintenance cost

Now, let’s talk about the maintenance cost. Usually child panels cost $25/month, and there’s no monthly orders limit. But here’s the catch: all orders are processed via the regular panel that a child panel is linked to. It means that the owner of the regular panel manages all orders in general.

This is why if you purchase a child panel, you shouldn’t count on its major growth since the feature selection of such panels is very limited in comparison to regular panels. Sure, regular panels cost more to maintain; however, they are way more functional, which is crucial if you want to manage a lot of orders and grow your business substantially.

What are Child Panels and how do they differ from regular SMM Panel?

4. Limits in selection and use of features

Last but not least: the difference in selection of features and limits in use of certain features.

Here are the features that are unavailable in child panels: unlimited number of providers, admin API, average time, affiliates, the multi-currency module, free balance, start count parsing. In addition, child panels can’t sell their own child panels.

A couple of features are available partially, such as subscriptions and order refill. Child panel owners can create their own subscriptions and order refill options. These features can only be available in case a regular panel that a child panel is linked to provides them. This means that a child panel offers exactly those subscriptions and order refill options that are available in the regular panel it’s linked to — and that’s it.

What is an SMM panel?

SMM panel is an SMM service online store where people can buy likes, followers, views, website traffic, etc — the list of such services goes on and on. People choose SMM panels because of great prices and fast delivery. This is why this business is so popular, it’s always in demand.

Those who want to start a business with the help of an SMM panel are providers (the direct sources of SMM services) or resellers (the ones who find providers and resell their services). There are a lot more resellers than providers out there, of course, since creating services customers can be satisfied with takes time and a number of skills that many people in the business simply do not have. However, even reseller panels can become providers for other Social Media Marketing panels by connecting via APIs.

How to use SMM panels?

SMM panels are designed to be easy to use for admins and their customers. This is why they have a pretty simple, minimalist default design that people don’t have to spend too much time to figure out. But there are always options for admins to customize their SMM panels and make them look completely different.

If you want to become an SMM panel owner, your first step is to choose a place where you can purchase an SMM panel. There are many advantages of using our platform to start your SMM service reselling or providing business, like being able to figure everything out without any programming knowledge and having your panel automatically updated and improved on a regular basis. Admins don’t have to spend too much time to learn how Social Media Marketing panels work.

Panels that are based on our platform have an easy-to-understand interface, which is why it’s possible to set everything up fast. We also have detailed descriptions of all our features so that admins could see how those can enhance panel services. Set up your panel, add necessary payment methods, connect providers, create a selection of services. Then you can receive and manage orders while working on growing your customer base.

For Social Media Marketing panel customers it’s even easier: all they have to do is sign up, add funds and place their orders. It’s that simple! If there are any questions or problems, those can be submitted as support tickets.

You can read about The benefits that SMM panel has and we do not know in my previous posts.

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