With the OfferToro API, you can automatically pull offers and display the ones which fits your business. If your are using our web OfferWall, or our mobile SDK, there is no need for you to access our API. Only use it if you intend to pull specific campaigns into your system.
pubid, can be found in your OfferToro account under the Account Tab. Look for Publisher Id (pubid)
appid, (the id of your App Placement), and secretkey can be found by going to 'App Placement' in your OfferToro account, then by clicking on the app placement you want to pull the feed for. Its Mandatory that you create an App Placement before you can access the API. in your
secretkey is also known as App Key.
Note: Each App Placement you create, gets a separated API feed, with different appid, and different Secretkey (App Key)
platform = WEB/MOBILE/ALL . Mobile will display mobile offers only. ALL will display both Mobile and Web offers.
country = US (or any other country code such as CA,GB etc... leave blank for ALL countries)
device = android / iphone / ipad (Device is only relevant for the mobile api feed)
format = xml / json
payout_type = cpi / cpe / cpa / web_cpe / cpc / free_trial / cps / registration / sweeps / general_cpa / survey
verticals = 1 / 0 - Offer Verticals will be sent by default. Add verticals=0 into the request URL to disable verticals in the response.
Offer_desc - the offer description
Call_to_action - the offer's "Call To Action" (CTA) text
Payout - in USD
Amount - in Virtual Currency
Device for mobile only- android / iphone / ipad / iphone_Ipad
Offer_URL - (not recommended)
Last_modified - Unix timestamp of when the offer was last updated.
Verticals - will be composed of the vertical_id (vertical's unique ID in our system), and the vertical_name.
Payout_type - will be composed of the payout type based on device type:
- Mobile - (cpe, cpi)
- Desktop - (survey, cps, registration, sweeps, web_cpe, free_trial, cpv, web_cpi, cpc, general_cpa)
We recommend pulling your tracking link from the parameter called:
Here is a sample of how it might look like
Our main ClickID parameter is called : USER_ID
Make sure you replace [USER_ID] with your actual ClickID / UserID.
If you want to pass extra subids, you can do it in the following way:
Passing Device Id (GAID/IDFA) is highly recommended for mobile traffic
For Android, we expect to receive GAID, While for IOS traffic you should pass IDFA
Here is a sample of how those should be passed
Passing these parameters will benefit you as a publisher as it will allow us to provide you with more offers