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Regulus Email Enrichment is a service, which allows you to supplement client database with company details. The search is made by email address or domain of the company website. Values that are available from the search: Company Name, Industry, Number of Employees (approximate), Annual Revenu (approximate), Year Founded, HQ Country, HQ State, HQ City, HQ Postal Code/zip, Language, Website, Facebook Company Profile, LinkedIn Company Profile, Twitter Company Profile. All data is provided by the public sources and does not violate confidentiality laws.
Howdy Developer, if you are looking for a *weather* API then you search is over! Metwit born as a crowdsourced platform for gathering *real-time* weather reports from real people. After more then ten thousand users started to using our apps and send a massive amount of reports, we decided to release those precious reports through our APIs. And that's not all: we're also offering a single gateway for multiple, hard to parse, sources of forecasts like NOAA, and we're enhancing them with social data like photos, tweets, etc., that we leverage from existing social networks. If you want to try it without a credit card, please go to: http://metwit.com/weather-api/
Active.com is the leading online community for people who want to discover, learn about, share, register for and ultimately participate in activities about which they are passionate. Millions of active individuals visit Active.com each month to search and register online for races, team sports and recreational activities; interact with others who have similar interests; start online training programs; and access nutrition, fitness and training tips.
Twtrland is a social intelligence platform, serving over 2.5M monthly visitors, helping people and brands build their online identity. Through analysis of billions of pieces of content we have formed one of the richest social insight graphs with proprietary cross platform information. We have made this data visual, simple, and searchable through our social profiles, influencers search engine and the business dashboard. Our API allows you to empower your applications with our insight graph.
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Slice has developed technology to extract purchase data from an email inbox, and with the Slice Platform we are allowing developers everywhere to build awesome experiences that leverage their users' purchase data. We power applications from recommendation software, to notification services, to personal asset-management software.
The first reviews engine for products that works directly from grocery stores while you are shopping. GoodFoods offers the latest information on healthy eating options and to provide recommendations and reviews that inform your personal choices. As a member of the GoodFoods community, you can browse the site, check out reviews, and leave your own comments on products you’ve tried. The feedback you provide will help inform others, giving everyone the resources they need to make quality choices.
BOT libre's goal is to foster an open, safe community of artificial intelligent chat bots and their developers. BOT libre allows you to create your own artificial intelligent chat bot, train them, and share them with others. You are free to use this website, and create your own bots for personal, commercial, or recreation usages. You can give your bot its own avatar images, connect it to Twitter, or IRC chat. You can train your bot through interacting with it, or using chat logs. You can program your bot using a 4th generational state machine scripting language "Self". You can import data from the web into your bot's memory, such as words from Wiktionary, or information from Freebase. You can create a bot to act as your own website avatar. You can create a bot to provide customer service or technical support for your products or services. BOT libre is a website produced and hosted by Paphus Solutions Inc.
API for the United States Federal Court System (commonly referred to as PACER). Search for cases, get detailed docket information, and download filings. Save money by downloading cached copies of documents. Docket Alarm is for: (1) Financial institutions that want to run background litigation checks on companies; (2) Document management or doc review systems that want to automatically sync data with the court's; and (3) Law firms that want to automate tracking court filings in their cases.
IP Geolocation API allows developers to get geolocation information for a given IP address. Data points returned by this GeoIP API include city, state, province, country, continent, latitude, longitude, region, timezone, current time, organization, ISP, local currency, and country flags. This IP Location API can be used for content personalization, geotargeting, geofencing, ad targeting, digital rights management, form auto-completion, etc. With the free plan, you can make 15,000 IP lookup API calls per month. Paid plans are starting from $15 per month.
LinkedIn (/lɪŋktˈɪn/) is an American business and employment-oriented service that operates via websites and mobile apps. Founded on December 28, 2002, and launched on May 5, 2003, it is mainly used for professional networking, including employers posting jobs and job seekers posting their CVs. As of 2015, most of the company's revenue came from selling access to information about its members to recruiters and sales professionals. As of June 2019, LinkedIn had 630 million registered members in 200 countries. Career coach Pamela Green describes a personal brand as the "emotional experience you want people to have as a result of interacting with you," and a LinkedIn profile is an aspect of that. Recruiters also often join industry-based groups on LinkedIn to create connections with professionals in that line of business. In January 2013, LinkedIn dropped support for LinkedIn Answers, and cited a new 'focus on development of new and more engaging ways to share and discuss professional topics across LinkedIn' as the reason for the retirement of the feature.