Public Data gives you:
Search and filter
Search for keywords, apply any combination of filters, and order the results to construct the dataset that suits your needs perfectly. Discover the location of websites at the country, region and city level, detect online stores, see what payment methods they use, and much more.
Public Data is the search engine that grants access to the majority of our data: 450 million domains and 30 to 50 pages deep for each website
Public Data offers tools that make the analysis of your datasets much easier. Our proprietary scoring algorithm uses a combination of data attributes to generate data scores that indicate the performance of a website regarding, for example, economic impact and security.
- Economic footprint
- Trust score
- Cloud score
Economic Footprint is a ‘1 – 100’ ranking that shows the economic impact of each website in the directory. I.e., a score of ‘1’ refers to a website that has just launched while a score of ‘100’ might be a website like Google or Amazon. The score is based on a combination of variables, e.g., incoming links, domain age, hosting data, SSL certificates, and many more. Economic Footprint, combined with our historical data, lets you identify the fast-growing websites and the declining ones.
Tracking all changes to websites makes it possible to generate an activity score for every website in the database. Websites with a low Heartbeat score are not updated on a regular basis or may not even be in use anymore. On the other hand, a website with a high ‘heartbeat’ shows that it is well-maintained and may indicate that the company behind the website is growing.
The Security Score gives an estimation of how secure websites in the directory are. This score is determined by looking at a number of variables about the software, scripts, servers, firewalls, and SSL certificates that run on the website. The most unprotected websites are ranked ‘0’, while the most secure websites are ranked ‘100’.
Our Cloud Score is a proprietary rank that helps you gain an understanding of how ‘cloud savvy’ websites in the dataset are. It shows to what extent and how well a website uses cloud services. The ‘0 – 100’ score is based on the services offered on a website, their customer relationship management, analytics software, and e-mail service properties, among several other variables.
Our database is updated every month. So when a piece of information – for example, a phone number or shopping cart system – changes on one of the more than 450 million domains in our database, it is tracked and revised in our directory.
Our data archive
With access to more than 5 years of data, the ability to track changes to domains, and the capacity to do a real-time lookup of a website,
Public Data provides both historical and current data, making Dataprovider.com the largest structured search engine in the world.
Explore how your dataset changes over a period of time. The data is updated regularly at monthly intervals and any and all changes are tracked. This generates accurate historical data that is a powerful tool for those looking to gain a holistic view of any given dataset.
To quickly identify changes to domains in your dataset you can set up a monitor rule and receive automatic notifications when something in your index is modified. Dissecting your dataset and finding trends becomes incredibly easy this way.
Public Data is easy to use:
Want to integrate our data into your technology stack?
We offer access to our RESTful API. Contact us for more information.
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And many more features
Utilize over 200 search variables in whatever way you want to create custom datasets that show you the information you need to get the job done.
Proprietary data scores make analyzing your data a breeze. Discover a website’s Economic Footprint, Security Score, Heartbeat, and Trust Grade, among others.
When getting a snapshot of your data is not enough, the ‘delta score’ reveals how much a particular proprietary score has changed over the course of a year.
The dashboards are designed to make all data readily available. Automatically generated graphs ensure exploring the data points that make up the business profile is easy.
Save datasets for later use
You can save your datasets to go back to your foundation with a single click. Experiment with different filters and variables to create new avenues in your analysis
Find the data that matters
Choose the filters you want to use, highlight important variables, sort the columns, and refine the results using keywords; find the information you need, without any unnecessary clutter.
Different views on the data
Order your dataset in the comprehensive ‘statistics’ view, find geographic patterns through the ‘heatmap’, and use ‘trends’ to see how the data has developed over time.
Export data from multiple formats
Export your dataset in CSV and PDF to share it with your colleagues or continue working on it in different ways.