MyGeek XML Data Feed Results
The XML Data Feed for myGeek clients is queried via the HTTP/1.1 protocol. The XML Data Feed results are returned based on parameters sent along with the HTTP request. The following table describes the parameters and their default values.
Partner Identification aff_id Required* Partner Id provided by myGeek. Required for proper credit to your account
Page Size dc 25 Number of results returned per page.
Base Index base 0 The offset of the first result to return. For the initial request, this should be 0
Query mt Required* Query can be single keyword or list of keywords sperated by comma "," or "%20"
Adult Content Filter fl 0 0 - return results with or without adult content.
1 - return results without adult content.
IP Address ip_addr Required* ip of client querying the results.
* No default - Required by
The XML feed returns most of the parameter(s) sent along with results. The parameters are then returned as attributes of Element Node "Result". The attribute "total results" indicates the total number of results returned by the query.

Each Element Node "Record " is a result returned by the query and has the following nodes

  • title: the company name or title
  • description: the description
  • url: the advertiser's display URL (does not contain any tracking information)
  • bidprice: cost of clicking on the link to the advertiser
  • rank: the rank or position in which the client should display the results
  • originid: Identifies the AdOn partner where the advertiser signed into the AdOn Network. The clients may use this information to reorder the results to provide higher ranking for their advertisers.
  • format: Not currently used.
  • category: Not currently used.
  • clickurl: the href for the link that redirects to the advertiser URL after tracking client info
  • impressionurl: Not currently used.

Test Requests:

Test Partner Id = 97999 (test ID is for testing purposes only and will not count toward your revenue generation, please use the Partner ID provided to you by a myGeek representative)
clientIp = Ip address of the customer/client (use for testing)

The following query returns results for "auto insurance".;=auto%20insurance&ip;_addr=;=0&dc;=10

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