Reward APIs

Reward APIs

About Reward APIs

Keeping customers coming back can be difficult these days, as there are often hundreds of competitors vying for their attention online. Offering incentives can help companies breed brand loyalty. Reward APIs offer an easy way to achieve this.

What is a Reward API?

A reward API allows developers to implement seamless rewards and coupon systems into their applications.

How does a Reward API work?

Not so long ago, web admins and developers had to manage online inventory and reward systems through cumbersome comma-separated value (CSV) format uploads. Coupons would have to be manually updated, and it was challenging to monitor customer rewards systems.

Today, reward APIs make this entire process a cinch. Instead of outdated and bloated CSV files, APIs provide an up-to-date inventory of not only physical goods but digital coupons, rewards, points, and more to keep customers coming back. In addition, these APIs usually use GET-method parameters and can often respond in both JSON or XML for ease of use.

Who can benefit from Reward APIs?

Any web admin, developer, or company that wishes to offer coupons, physical, or digital bonuses in exchange for their customer’s loyalty, purchase history, or actions (such as social sharing) can benefit from reward APIs. Likewise, consumers benefit by reaping the rewards offered by the companies they love. So whether you want to provide instant discounts after a purchase, maintain a point system that loyal customers can redeem for coupons, gift cards, digital or physical gifts, or even cash, a rewards API can help you accomplish it.

Why are Reward APIs necessary?

In this digital age, no one likes waiting for anything. If a person buys something online that is digitized, they want to be able to download it immediately. Customers don’t want to wait any longer than a couple of days for physical items. In that same respect, they won’t have the patience to wait for incentives for their actions, either. Reward APIs allow developers to build applications that respect this need-it-now mentality by providing real-time incentive structures to the buying process.

What can you expect from a Reward API?

Developers should expect reward APIs to be coded with secure encryption to protect consumer data. In addition, there should be no added learning curve to its use, as the APIs work with endpoints and access using typical API protocols. Therefore, adding a program like this can be expected to be easy to implement and even easier to maintain.

Are there examples of free Reward API?

  1. Rewards as a Service
  2. LinkMyDeals Coupon Feed
  3. 27Coupons
  4. kuponiko

Reward API SDKs

All Reward APIs are supported and made available in multiple developer programming languages and SDKs including:

  1. Node.js
  2. PHP
  3. Python
  4. Ruby
  5. Objective-C
  6. Java (Android)
  7. C# (.NET)
  8. cURL

Just select your preference from any API endpoints page.

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