Allows Gumroad users to seamlessly share content on Kajabi with their purchasers.
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Gumjabi is a set of services which connect the Gumroad Ping API with Kajabi's custom cart integration. This allows Gumroad users to seamlessly share content on Kajabi with their purchasers.


A Gumroad permalink represents a product for a purchaser to buy. A Gumroad user wanting to give purchasers access to extra content on Kajabi can use Gumjabi to automatically create an account for each purchaser and give them access to a Kajabi funnel/offer.

Gumjabi is made up of two services. The REST API listens for POST requests from Gumroad and puts the information provided in a queue. The Account creation service processes the requests in the queue creating a Kajabi account with access to a funnel/offer for each. You must be familiar with the Gumroad Ping API and Kajabi's custom cart integration in order to use Gumjabi.

Some parts of this documentation apply only to Unix-like operating systems.


To use Gumjabi you must setup the Gumroad Ping API with a Gumjabi API URL that has the endpoint /gumroad/ping. This endpoint expects a Gumjabi API key in the query string and any fields provided by Gumroad as POST form parameters.

End points


Required query parameters:

The Gumjabi API key

Required POST form parameters:

The purchaser's email. The Kajabi account will be created using this email address.
The permalink the user followed to make the purchase on Gumroad. This permalink is tied to a Kajabi funnel/offer.

Optional POST form parameters:

First Name
The purchaser's first name. If it's not provided then 'Friendly' will be used a default. The Kajabi account will be created using this first name.
Last Name
The purchaser's last name. If it's not provided then 'Human' will be used a default. The Kajabi account will be created using this last name.


curl -w '\n' \
-d "First%20Name=Andres" \
-d "Last%20Name=Buritica" \
-d "" \
-d "price=100" \
-d "permalink=andres_link" \

The First Name and Last Name optional parameters come from custom fields set in the permalink's user purchase form.


System dependencies

  • Python 2.7
  • MongoDB 2.2.0

Python external dependencies

  • build-essential
  • python-dev
  • python-setuptools
  • python-virtualenv
  • libssl1.0.0


To install Gumjabi run the following commands from the project's base directory. You can download the source code from github:

virtualenv .virtual
.virtual/bin/python install
# At this point, gumjabi will already be in easy-install.pth.
# So, pip will not attempt to download it
.virtual/bin/pip install gumjabi[test]

# The test requirement installs all the dependencies. But,
# depending on the service you wish to run you might want to install
# only the appropriate dependencies as listed in For
# example to run kajabi-queue you only need the mongo and web
# requirements which install the pymongo and requests dependencies
.virtual/bin/pip install gumjabi[web,mongo]


It is recommended that you use an init daemon such as upstart or runit to run the Gumjabi services.


To start the API call the gumjabi-api cli with the --config and --db-config arguments:

.virtual/bin/gumjabi-api --config=gumjabi-api.conf --db-config=mongodb.conf

gumjabi-api.conf looks like:

host = <host>
port = <port>
ssl-pem = <path_to_certificate>

restrict-hosts = <true|false>

Use ssl-pem if you want to enable SSL for the API. If you want to restrict the hosts which can make requests to the API set restrict-hosts to true (see Database structures section). Neither option is required.

mongodb.conf looks like:

host = <host>:<port>
replica-set = <replicaset-name>
database = <database-name>

gumjabi-keys = <collection-name>
kajabi-queue = <collection-name>

The replica-set option is not necessary. If you are not using a replica set in your MongoDB setup then omit this line. The collections used here are described in the Database structures section.

Account creation service

To process the requests in the queue creating the Kajabi accounts and giving each account access to a funnel/offer call the kajabi-queue cli with the --db-config argument:

.virtual/bin/kajabi-queue --db-config=mongodb.conf

mongodb.conf looks the same as above.

kajabi-queue will retry failed account creation requests a few times before giving up. It will also restart every 5 to 10 seconds to look for new items in the queue (as long as it's setup as a service).

Database structures

Gumjabi uses two MongoDB collections. The code uses the names kajabi-queue and gumjabi-keys which are defined in gumjabi-api.conf but you can name the actual collections anything you want. kajabi-queue is used as a queue for the Kajabi accounts that are to be created. gumjabi-keys holds the Gumroad and Kajabi information for each Gumjabi user and must be pre-populated. A Gumjabi user is identified by their Gumjabi API key. For example:

  "_id": "1234",
  "kajabi_key": "1357",
  "kajabi_url": "",
  "meta": {
    "hosts": [
    "disabled": "true",
  "gumroad_links": {
    "ZUqn": {
      "kajabi_funnel": "11223",
      "kajabi_offer": "44556",


The Gumjabi API key
The Kajabi API key tied to this Gumjabi API key
The Kajabi notification URL tied to this Gumjabi API key
A list of hosts. If the restrict-hosts option is set in gumjabi-api then any request using this Gumjabi API key and coming from hosts outside this list will be denied
true of false. If set to false any request using this Gumjabi API key will be denied
A dictionary with Gumroad permalinks as keys
The Kajabi funnel tied to this Gumroad permalink
The Kajabi offer tied to this Gumroad permalink

A SHA-256 function or greater is recommended when creating the Gumjabi API keys.


To start developing follow the instructions in the Installation section but replace:

.virtual/bin/python install


.virtual/bin/python develop

If you like to use ipython you can install it with the dev requirement:

.virtual/bin/pip install gumjabi[dev]