Get going with plug-and-play essentials
A self-serve plan is a light-touch plug-and-play solution that avoids a more involved backend integration.
Quickly import your content, drop stylish, pre-built modules on your site and spin up some data-rich tracking, all powered by a sophisticated and fine-tuned recommendation technology working under the hood.
You'll soon feel the benefits of greater page uplift and higher ROI. You're not committed to a contract; just pay monthly for a great value service.
You can be running Bibblio in a few clicks by using our JS snippet or WordPress plugin to automatically import, index and recommend your content.
Use the JS snippet to put your content into catalogues. Achieve your business goals by promoting content separately or blended together on-site.
Create eye-catching recommendation widgets for your pages using our simple module builder. Make an impact with over 8,000 design combinations to choose from.
Access to complete support documentation, articles, FAQs and troubleshooting ensures you get the most from Bibblio, with our team always an email away.
Monitor your content storage, page views, and click-through rates via your dashboard and track any events by integrating them into your third-party analytics.
There are no yearly contracts on the self-serve plans - just a monthly bill by credit card or PayPal, with no stealthy catches or unreasonable conditions.
Absolutely. You can sign up to our Starter plan which gives you access to 25,000 APIs calls per month and storage for 500 content items for free.
A content item is any article or page within your catalogue that you want to provide recommendations from and to. Sets of metadata are collected for each content item, which are then stored.
An API call occurs when a set of recommendations is served to your web page. (Technically put, this is achieved via a request to the recommendation endpoint of the Bibblio API.)
If you have a Bibblio pre-designed recommendations module on your site, the number of API calls will equate to your number of page views. So 1M page views = 1M API calls per module.
No, there are no hidden costs to sign up.
All major debit and credit cards are accepted. For our paying plans, you will be invoiced at the beginning of each month for the previous month.
Once signed up you can get going instantly by adding a code snippet to the pages you wish to recommend from and to. Our snippet wizard lets you choose how you'd like your recommendation module to look and whitelist the domains that house your content.
If you’re on WordPress, you can also get up and running rapidly by using our Wordpress plugin.
Alternatively, you can work with the API itself. Our documentation generates basic scaffold code for each endpoint in a wide variety of languages. You can find it by switching to the console mode on an endpoint, calling the resource, clicking Code Example, then selecting your language.
We can produce recommendations for all languages using the Latin alphabet, and we can generate in-depth semantic analysis for Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Mandarin, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Swedish.
Yes we are. We do not process any personal information from visitors on a customer's page, and we only process personal information from our customers when strictly necessary to provide our services. We are committed to being fully transparent regarding our processing of customers' data. We are happy to provide a compliance statement upon request.
Bibblio does not drop any cookies on the page. All user tracking is carried out from within the related content module itself, or is sent to us directly by our partners.
An API call occurs when a set of recommendations is served to a touchpoint (e.g. your web page or email newsletter).
The number of instances where recommendations are served equates to the number of API calls. E.g. Two recommendation modules on your web page means you’ll perform twice as many API calls as page views.
A member of the Bibblio team is on hand to answer any questions about our monthly plans or to take you through a demo.