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What is a child panel?


A child panel is a panel with a limited selection of features that are linked to one of your regular panels.


There are two main SMM panel types — regular panels and child panels. The name "regular panels" is pretty self-explanatory: those are the main highly functional panels 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 SMM panel types.


Differences between regular and child panels


Panel ownership

The first significant difference between these two types is that a child panel never belongs solely to its owner. They have to share the ownership rights with an owner of a regular panel to the child panel in question is linked unless a regular panel's owner agrees to give the rights away on certain conditions.


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. They can also edit your own access rules, set a new password to your account, or even suspend it. Many people don't know when to purchase child panels, but it's essential to remember that a regular panel's owner always remains the main boss.


It's probably the main reason child panel owners decide to switch to regular panels instead - and it's possible. You can hit us up anytime to learn how you can do it if you're interested.


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


Number of providers

The second significant difference is the possible number of providers: a child panel can have only one provider, and it's the regular panel linked. 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).


Maintenance cost

Now, let's talk about the maintenance cost. Usually, child panels cost $25/month, and there's no monthly order 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.


If you purchase a child panel, you shouldn't count on its significant growth since the feature selection of such panels is minimal compared to regular panels. Sure, regular panels cost more to maintain. However, they are way more functional, which is crucial if you want to manage many orders and grow your business substantially.


Limits in selection and use of features

Last but not least: the difference in selecting features and limits in using certain features.


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


A couple of partially available features, such as subscriptions and order refills. Child panel owners can create their 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 available in the regular panel it's connected to - and that's it.


As you can see, child panels don't have many valuable features (or there are significant limits in use) that can significantly improve panel user experience, especially if you need to process many orders and want to continue growing your panel. It also proves that many child panels depend on regular panels they are connected to. However, child panels are a fantastic tool for smaller resellers due to the affordable maintenance cost.


What can you use child panels for?


Child panels are fully white-labeled so that you may sell them as a service to your customers as a regular panel owner.



Since all orders are processed via regular panels, selling child panels can help you build your customer base. It's an excellent way to boost the growth of your business and increase income. This feature is very popular since purchasing a child panel is often the most suitable option for inexperienced resellers, those who are just getting started.


How to sell child panels?


Regular panel owners can start selling child panels anytime - all they have to do is enable that feature in their settings. When that's done, their customers will be able to place orders for child panels via their regular panels.



In addition, regular panel admins can order child panels themselves and inform their customers regarding all details privately.


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