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What are Child Panels and How Do They Differ from Regular SMM Panels?

A Child Panel is a sub-panel that operates under a main SMM panel. It is designed to offer the same services as the main panel but is managed by a different user or administrator. Child panels are typically used by resellers who want to offer SMM services to their clients without managing the backend operations.

Key Differences between Child Panels and Regular SMM Panels

  1. Ownership and Management: A regular SMM panel is owned and managed by the main service provider, while a child panel is managed by a reseller who operates under the main panel.

  2. Customization: Child panels often come with customizable options, allowing resellers to brand the panel with their logo, domain, and other custom features, making it appear as their own service.

  3. Pricing Structure: The main panel sets the pricing for services, while resellers can set their prices on the child panel, often adding a markup to make a profit.

  4. Access to Services: Child panels have access to the same range of services offered by the main panel, ensuring consistency in service quality and delivery times.

  5. Support and Maintenance: The main panel provides support and maintenance for both the main and child panels, allowing resellers to focus on marketing and customer acquisition.

Using a child panel allows resellers to expand their business without the need for extensive technical knowledge or infrastructure, making it an attractive option for those looking to enter the SMM service market.