Through the API, we are sharing the largest database and widest coverage area of local in-store sales information in the U.S.
Valhalla, NY (PRWEB) September 27, 2011
Giving developers advanced tools to enhance their local search apps with nationwide retail sales detail, SaleLocator (http://salelocator.com), a shopping and sales search engine and mobile app, announced today the availability of its public application programming interface (API).
SaleLocator’s up-to-date in-store sales information for more than 1,000 national and regional retailers is now open for developer use via the API including keyword, geography and category search. All of SaleLocator’s sales content, including an average of 275,000 sales per day, is available and can be segmented by region or category.
“Our retail sales search capabilities can be very valuable for local search applications and sites trying to reach consumers with engaging, hyperlocal shopping content,” said Michael Falkson, co-founder and CEO of SaleLocator. “Through the API, we are sharing the largest database and widest coverage area of local in-store sales information in the U.S.”
The SaleLocator API includes:
- Advanced geolocation sales search;
- Full text search capabilities; and
- Sale search by Retailer, by Mall, by Category, e.g., Clothing, Electronics, Grocery, or by Holiday/Season, e.g., Fall, Halloween, Christmas.
“With only 89 shopping days until Christmas, local retail sales content could be a timely addition to a range of websites, blogs and apps,” added Falkson.
Developers interested in using SaleLocator’s API can find general usage guidelines and obtain a Client ID at http://salelocator.com/api-info/.
A nationwide shopping and sales search engine and mobile app, SaleLocator offers the largest collection of in-store sale information to help local bargain hunters find the best ongoing sales near them. Founded in 2010, SaleLocator is providing local shoppers an average of 275,000 sales per day. For more information visit http://salelocator.com.