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So, as a webmaster you have learned the basic skills of HTML and (hopefully) CSS. If you’re really ambitious you move into programming languages. If this is you it is time to start using our PeerFly API to increase your productivity and start making more money!
PeerFly XML and RSS Feeds
At PeerFly, we have 5 different feeds.
- All Offers
- Popular Offers
- Paused Offers
- Account Info
- Daily Earnings
Any approved PeerFly publisher has access to all of these feeds and their very own API key for authentication. I have personally created four different applications from these feeds and those applications are used by thousands of people every day.
- PeerFly Stats for Firefox
- PeerFly Offers
- PeerFly Banners
- PeerFly Stats for Google Chrome (to be released in the next week!)
I actually also created a mobile version of PeerFly using jQuery Mobile that Tyler Cruz and I were testing, but I never made it public because there were some security issues with it and I could not really come up with a way around it. We do plan on making some updates to the mobile version of PeerFly soon though.
So, if you’re a developer I highly suggest you take a look at our API and see what you can do with it. This is a great way to generate referrals (we pay 5% on any referral you send to PeerFly!) and you’re welcome to monetize anything you make how you feel will work best for you (we do not restrict this).
If you have any ideas for applications or features for PeerFly in general please feel free to send them over to us! We have the advantage of being able to implement any features you are looking for whereas our competitors have to work with what they are given. Take advantage of it and let’s make some money 🙂
PeerFly XML elements and API information
This can be found when you are logged into PeerFly at: https://peerfly.com/members/feeds.php