This is how the Datafeedr API works!
It’s time consuming to integrate APIs from just about every affiliate network, but you’ll avoid that hassle with Datafeedr.
In this article, we tell you how Datafeedr works, what users think about Datafeedr and how we can help you get started with their service.
What is Datafeedr?
Datafeedr is a service that allows you to connect APIs from a lot of affiliate networks with your web pages. The service lets you show both price comparison tables and entire product categories on your web page, all the while you’ll receive a commission when a customer clicks on your links.
Please note that it’s the affiliate networks that pay your commision, and not Datafeedr.
Datafeedr offers two extensions
Everyone who pays for a Datafeedr subscription will be given access to the following two WordPress extensions.
This add-on allows you to import as many products as you like into your WooCommerce store. New products can be added either automatically or manually. When you import products manually, you’ll be able to filter them according to (among other things) price and/or keywords.
The Price Comparisons extension gives you a complete list of products and their current prices in various stores. With this extension, you can create a price comparison list containing whichever products you want, so that your visitors get something of value.
Complementing the comparison lists with reviews is also a good idea.
What does Datafeedr cost?
It costs between approximately $35 to $170 per month to get access to the Datafeedr API and all of the applications. The only factor that affects the price is the number of API requests that are allowed monthly. With the cheapest subscription, you’ll get 10,000 API requests per month.
The most expensive option that Datafeedr offers gives you 150,000 API requests per month.
It is worth noting that you can upgrade or downgrade your Datafeedr subscription whenever you want. We recommend that you start by signing up for the cheapest option, and then upgrade as you go.
How to setup the Datafeedr API
For beginners, it can be difficult to get the Datafeedr API to work, but we are happy to help you. We at Loopbabz are a certified partner of Datafeedr, which means that we can implement their API on your web pages in a correct and efficient manner.
Feel free to contact us for a free quote, so that you’ll soon receive a perfectly executed Datafeedr implementation.
How Much Money Can I Make?
You can make large sums of money on affiliate marketing if Datafeedr is configured correctly. How much money you’ll be able to make depends on, among other things, how much traffic your web pages have, how proficient you are at conversion optimization and how fast your web pages load.
Datafeedr works with these affiliate networks and more
- Betty Mills
- Commission Factory
- Commision Junction
- Digital Advisor
- Paid On Results
- Partner ads
- The Affiliate Gateway
Answers to frequently asked questions
Is a cheap website enough to implement Datafeedr?
You do not need to buy an expensive website for Datafeedr and their API to work. A simple PSD to Elementor, Generatepress or Gutenberg conversion is usually enough. So in other words, you do not have to pay a lot of money in order to get the most out of Datafeedr and their API.
Read more: Figma to WordPress is another common conversion method.
Why should you let us configure the Datafeedr API for you?
Because we are an experienced Woocommerce and Datafeedr development agency, Datafeedr also recommends us under their list of partner designers/developers. Contact us for references on other Datafeedr projects.
What do users think of Datafeedr?
Basically all users like Datafeedr, their extensions and their API. At WordPress.org, users mainly praise the extensions because they load quickly and they are user-friendly. The API is mainly praised for being powerful, versatile and because it supports a lot of affiliate networks.
Does the Datafeedr API support Woocommerce?
The Datafeedr API works great with Woocommerce. More specifically, the Datafeedr API works especially well with sites that have implemented the Woocommerce plugin. Functions such as background product updates and a more powerful product search are also unique for Woocommerce.
What counts as an API request in Datafeedr?
When you’re searching for products, updating the network and merchant data, updating the product data and editing a product set, that all count as an API request by Datafeedr. Heavily simplified, you can say that an API request vid Datafeedr is like a back end database search for products.