Several wordpress plugins and CMS's only load data from a CSV file.
Most of you may not be aware, but you can export a CSV from our system by simply adding a couple parameters to your api request. Almost all of our endpoints support this functionality, so you can export product datafeeds, coupons, even trend data. The parameters are in the api docs at the very top of each endpoints page: Prosperent - Sign In
With a current api limit of 1,000 results per query, you should be able to get what you need. Look for us to build an interface to make this easier in the future.
CSV Export URL
With export URLs, you can simply add
To use gzip or zip compression
Here are a few examples:
The above url will export a gzip compressed csv with a query of shoes and a limit of 100
All you need to do to create your own csv is replace the api key highlighted below with your own from our interface. This will ensure that all generated CSV files have YOUR Prosperent userid in them:
&query=shoes is where you set the query to search
&limit=100 is where you set the number of records you want to get back in your CSV.
You can of course add lots of different filters to your queries to get back more precise results. If you wanted to limit the results to a particular merchant you could use:
Here is a full list of filters you can use. These are all available in our api documentation. If you are pulling coupons, you can view the list of coupon filters, travel filters for the travel endpoint, etc.
As always, please let me know if you have any questions
filterBrand=Filter by brand
filterCatalogId=Filter by catalogId
filterCategory=Filter by category
filterCelebrity=Filter by celebrity
filterKeyword=Filter by keyword
filterKeywords=Filter by keywords
filterMerchant=Filter by merchant
filterProductId=Filter by productId