How to install Bunting

At its heart, Bunting is a JavaScript library that can be added to your HTML. A master tracking code which should be installed on all webpages in which you want Bunting to learn about your user base. This script contacts Bunting, and sends tracking information to your own Bunting dashboard. There are also page-specific tracking […]

By: Ben Smith 31st October 2018 Tags: , , , ,

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XML Schema Guide

Bunting can learn about your product inventory to drive our product recommendation system, as well as using this data to enable social proofing & urgency messaging. This document discusses the XML format required by Bunting. Example Complete Feed <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="no"?> <!DOCTYPE feed SYSTEM "https://YOUR_BUNTING_ID.1.example.com/feed-9.dtd"> <feed> <product> <upc>abc123</upc> <ns> <ENG>iPad</ENG> </ns> <ps> <GBP>399.99</GBP> </ps> […]

By: Andy Alban 26th July 2018 Tags: , ,

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Installation checklist

The purpose of this checklist is to give you assurance that every component of Bunting was installed correctly. This will give you troubleshooting advice about how to double-check and resolve any issues that might crop up.  It’s useful to do this immediately after completing the install to give peace of mind that you’re ready to […]

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What is a Product Data Feed and why do I need it?

Product feeds exist as a way of defining what products are within your inventory. They include useful information such as the Product Name, Product Image, Stock Level, etc. Bunting can read this data to begin attaching statistical probabilities that a user will purchase a particular product, and is the core of how the recommendation algorithm […]

By: Andy Alban 11th July 2018 Tags: , , ,

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