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The value of data has never been greater. It helps you stay competitive, understand your customers and find new leads. That’s why we are structuring the biggest database in the world: the web.

We index over 280 million domains in 50 countries all around the world. This means we collect business information, website content, technical aspects and even hosting properties for each of these domains. We’ve presented all this data in a clean and structured database, so you can always find what you need.

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  • Search and filter

    If you’re looking for a candy store in Los Angeles, any regular search engine can help you out. But what if you want to know all websites connected to candy stores in the same place? Or need contact details for all those businesses as well? Our Public Data can help you with this. You can search for keywords on the businesses you need and apply filters to further narrow your search.

  • Always up-to-date

    The website of a business is often the first place where it updates its information, for example with a new address or an additional service. That why we collect our data there: straight from the source. Once we have indexed a website we go back every month to check if something has changed, so that our information is always up-to-date.

  • Economic footprint

    Based on all information we collect, we’ve created a score that we call Economic Footprint. This footprint is a proprietary rank, and gives you an indication of the economic impact of each website in our database. It takes into account the website itself (how well is it built, does it have an SSL certificate and more) and looks for outgoing and incoming links to and from other websites.

  • Heartbeat

    We re-visit each website in our database every month and track what has changed. Based on these visits, we’ve created our Heartbeat score. With Heartbeat, we provide a unique insight into the health of a website. Once a website’s Heartbeat is low, it is not being updated on a regular basis and may no longer be used. A high Heartbeat, on the other hand, shows that a website is regularly being maintained and may be an indication of a growing company.


API

Accessible via our RESTful API

It is also possible to enrich your datasets on a continuous basis. This can be done by using the API we have made accessible with a certain match key. If you would like to know more about using our Dataprovider.com API.

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