TrackThePack has just released a commercial version of their popular website mashup that allows e-commerce store owners (really any website publisher) to add a tracking tool to their website. The service will track packages from UPS, FedEx, DHL and USPS shipping carriers and integrates with Google Maps to give you a visual representation of the package’s route.
TrackThePack offers their API and tracking service for as little as $0.02 per tracked package. Users can track their package as many times as they want – you’re charged per tracking ID not per lookup.
In addition to using an input form on your website, you can send customers automated emails linking directly to the form on your website. For instance:
Head over to TrackThePack’s website and sign up for an account for free and start testing. Grab the code below for an easy tracking form in PHP.
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