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Plug your machines into our global blogs API now and start listening
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Blog Search APIKeep Your Machines Posted

Plug your machines into our global blogs API now and start listening to the right audience.

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Webz.io lets your machine in on the latest word in the buzzing blogosphere. It consumes hundreds of thousands of blog articles from across the globe - every day. It then enriches the feed with a smart layer of entities, sentiments and categories. Ready in our repositories, your machines can now plug into our customized and filtered data feeds at scale.

Crawls blogs from around the world in multiple languages going back to 2008.
Enriches blog data with smart entities, sentiments and categories.
Feeds your machines with fresh blog data, powered by unparalleled latency and adaptive crawling.
Crawls blogs from around the world in multiple languages going back to 2008.
Enriches blog data with smart entities, sentiments and categories.
Feeds your machines with fresh blog data, powered by unparalleled latency and adaptive crawling.

Go where the conversation is

140K+
Blog Sites
700K+
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Articles
13
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Historical Data
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140K+
Blog Sites
700K+
Daily Blog
Articles
13
Years of
Historical Data
160
Languages
186
Countries

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Smart Extraction
Automatically classifies the context behind every article, and translates them into entities machines can understand and analyze.
Deep Categorization
Scans pages and categorizes them according to industry standards IAB and IPTC protocols.
Social Signals
Filters query results by social reach, broken down by the type of engagement and platform.
Smart Extraction
Automatically classifies the context behind every article, and translates them into entities machines can understand and analyze.
Deep Categorization
Scans pages and categorizes them according to industry standards IAB and IPTC protocols.
Social Signals
Filters query results by social reach, broken down by the type of engagement and platform.

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Media Monitoring & PR
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Media Monitoring & PR
Media Monitoring & PR
Listen to the latest conversations in the blogosphere in the right context, across any region.
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Media Monitoring & PR
Media Monitoring & PR
Media Monitoring & PR
Listen to the latest conversations in the blogosphere in the right context, across any region.
learn more
Financial Analysis
Market Research
AI & Machine Learning

SEEWhat Machines See

Explore the perfectly structured JSON format from the following query

See below filtered results in JSON format from the following query:
Query:

{

entities: {

persons: [

{

name: "squid" ,

sentiment: "positive"

{

name: "kevin smith" ,

sentiment: "none"

] ,

locations: [ ] ,

organizations: [

{

name: "netflix" ,

sentiment: "positive"

{

name: "bridgerton" ,

sentiment: "none"

]

} ,

updated: "2021-10-13T03:59:54.001+03:00" ,

highlightThreadTitle: "" ,

uuid: "6477567a8b4cfe9c07819ae7999d35a8e7dbc305" ,

thread: {

social: {

gplus: {

shares: 0

} ,

pinterest: {

shares: 0

} ,

vk: {

shares: 0

} ,

linkedin: {

shares: 0

} ,

facebook: {

likes: 611 ,

comments: 101 ,

shares: 26

} ,

stumbledupon: {

shares: 0

}

} ,

reach: {

updated: "2020-10-15T14:25:00.000+03:00" ,

page_views: {

per_user: 2.1 ,

per_million: 5.36

} ,

per_million: 100

} ,

site_full: "www.avclub.com" ,

main_image: "https://i.kinja-img.com/gawker-media/image/upload/c_fill,f_auto,fl_progressive,g_center,h_675,pg_1,q_80,w_1200/672fd005a26c07042bb181e356221437.png" ,

site_section: "http://www.avclub.com/feed/rss/?tags=books" ,

section_title: "The A.V. Club" ,

url: "https://www.avclub.com/surprise-netflix-says-squid-game-is-their-most-success-1847851614" ,

country: "US" ,

domain_rank: 7064 ,

title: "Surprise! Netflix says Squid Game is their most successful series launch to date" ,

performance_score: 0 ,

site: "avclub.com" ,

site_categories: [

"television" ,

"entertainment"

] ,

participants_count: 1 ,

title_full: "Surprise! Netflix says Squid Game is their most successful series launch to date" ,

spam_score: 0 ,

site_type: "blogs" ,

published: "2021-10-13T03:56:00.000+03:00" ,

replies_count: 0 ,

uuid: "6477567a8b4cfe9c07819ae7999d35a8e7dbc305"

} ,

author: "Matt Schimkowitz" ,

url: "https://www.avclub.com/surprise-netflix-says-squid-game-is-their-most-success-1847851614" ,

ord_in_thread: 0 ,

title: "Surprise! Netflix says Squid Game is their most successful series launch to date" ,

external_images: [ ] ,

highlightText: "" ,

language: "english" ,

text: "Netflix loves to call their latest, buzziest show their most successful show of all time . And Squid Game is no different . Earlier today, the company tweeted that 111 million people watched the first season of the hit Korean thriller in its first 28 days of release, crushing the company’s previous record-holder Bridgerton , which pulled in a paltry 82 million viewers. To thank fans, that big, creepy doll from Squid Game announced in a video that all 111 million VIPs made the show number one around the world. And according to Netflix, that’s what happened. By their metrics, Squid Game reached the top of their charts in 90 countries since debuting in September. Of course, it’s worth noting that what Netflix counts as a view is a little askew—to steal a phrase from Kevin Smith. The company’s official “view” means a user watched at least two minutes of any episode. This means that if someone sat around long enough for a video to auto-play on the platform and then let it roll until it reached “Netflix presents,” they more or less counted in the company’s 111 million. It’s also, you know, sketchy to just accept the view counts from Netflix about Netflix without corroboration. So please, take these numbers with a grain of salt. Squid Game would join the ranks of Money Heist , Dark, and Lupin in terms of wildly successful and buzzy non-English language dramas. According to Deadline , the company goes further than its competitors in terms of subtitling and dubbing. In particular, Squid Game is available in more than 30 languages. Nevertheless, the numbers indicate Netflix’s further “internationalization”—not our term—of its offerings. They even earned nods from the company’s former competitor and weirdo billionaire Jeff Bezos, who, as far as we can tell, coined the term “internationalization.” “Reed Hastings and Ted Sarandos and the team at Netflix get it right so often,” Bezos tweeted earlier this month. “Their internationalization strategy isn’t easy, and they’re making it work. Impressive and inspiring. (And I can’t wait to watch the show).” Now we’re left to wonder whether or not Bezos is one of the 111 million VIPs that watched at least two minutes of Squid Game." ,

external_links: [

"https://deadline.com/2021/10/squid-game-111-million-views-in-first-month-cruising-past-bridgerton-top-all-time-netflix-original-1234854955/" ,

"https://twitter.com/JeffBezos/status/1444431829214248960" ,

"https://www.deadline.com/2021/10/squid-game-111-million-views-in-first-month-cruising-past-bridgerton-top-all-time-netflix-original-1234854955/" ,

"https://twitter.com/JeffBezos/status/1444431829214248960?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" ,

"https://deadline.com/2021/10/squid-game-111-million-views-in-first-month-cruising-past-bridgerton-top-all-time-netflix-original-1234854955" ,

"https://www.twitter.com/JeffBezos/status/1444431829214248960?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw"

] ,

published: "2021-10-13T03:56:00.000+03:00" ,

parent_url: NULL ,

crawled: "2021-10-13T03:59:54.001+03:00" ,

highlightTitle: "" ,

rating: NULL

For more information, check out our Developer Hub which contains helpful
Documentation, Video Tutorials, Use Cases and more
See below filtered results in JSON format from the following query:
Query:

{

entities: {

persons: [

{

name: "squid" ,

sentiment: "positive"

{

name: "kevin smith" ,

sentiment: "none"

] ,

locations: [ ] ,

organizations: [

{

name: "netflix" ,

sentiment: "positive"

{

name: "bridgerton" ,

sentiment: "none"

]

} ,

updated: "2021-10-13T03:59:54.001+03:00" ,

highlightThreadTitle: "" ,

uuid: "6477567a8b4cfe9c07819ae7999d35a8e7dbc305" ,

thread: {

social: {

gplus: {

shares: 0

} ,

pinterest: {

shares: 0

} ,

vk: {

shares: 0

} ,

linkedin: {

shares: 0

} ,

facebook: {

likes: 611 ,

comments: 101 ,

shares: 26

} ,

stumbledupon: {

shares: 0

}

} ,

reach: {

updated: "2020-10-15T14:25:00.000+03:00" ,

page_views: {

per_user: 2.1 ,

per_million: 5.36

} ,

per_million: 100

} ,

site_full: "www.avclub.com" ,

main_image: "https://i.kinja-img.com/gawker-media/image/upload/c_fill,f_auto,fl_progressive,g_center,h_675,pg_1,q_80,w_1200/672fd005a26c07042bb181e356221437.png" ,

site_section: "http://www.avclub.com/feed/rss/?tags=books" ,

section_title: "The A.V. Club" ,

url: "https://www.avclub.com/surprise-netflix-says-squid-game-is-their-most-success-1847851614" ,

country: "US" ,

domain_rank: 7064 ,

title: "Surprise! Netflix says Squid Game is their most successful series launch to date" ,

performance_score: 0 ,

site: "avclub.com" ,

site_categories: [

"television" ,

"entertainment"

] ,

participants_count: 1 ,

title_full: "Surprise! Netflix says Squid Game is their most successful series launch to date" ,

spam_score: 0 ,

site_type: "blogs" ,

published: "2021-10-13T03:56:00.000+03:00" ,

replies_count: 0 ,

uuid: "6477567a8b4cfe9c07819ae7999d35a8e7dbc305"

} ,

author: "Matt Schimkowitz" ,

url: "https://www.avclub.com/surprise-netflix-says-squid-game-is-their-most-success-1847851614" ,

ord_in_thread: 0 ,

title: "Surprise! Netflix says Squid Game is their most successful series launch to date" ,

external_images: [ ] ,

highlightText: "" ,

language: "english" ,

text: "Netflix loves to call their latest, buzziest show their most successful show of all time . And Squid Game is no different . Earlier today, the company tweeted that 111 million people watched the first season of the hit Korean thriller in its first 28 days of release, crushing the company’s previous record-holder Bridgerton , which pulled in a paltry 82 million viewers. To thank fans, that big, creepy doll from Squid Game announced in a video that all 111 million VIPs made the show number one around the world. And according to Netflix, that’s what happened. By their metrics, Squid Game reached the top of their charts in 90 countries since debuting in September. Of course, it’s worth noting that what Netflix counts as a view is a little askew—to steal a phrase from Kevin Smith. The company’s official “view” means a user watched at least two minutes of any episode. This means that if someone sat around long enough for a video to auto-play on the platform and then let it roll until it reached “Netflix presents,” they more or less counted in the company’s 111 million. It’s also, you know, sketchy to just accept the view counts from Netflix about Netflix without corroboration. So please, take these numbers with a grain of salt. Squid Game would join the ranks of Money Heist , Dark, and Lupin in terms of wildly successful and buzzy non-English language dramas. According to Deadline , the company goes further than its competitors in terms of subtitling and dubbing. In particular, Squid Game is available in more than 30 languages. Nevertheless, the numbers indicate Netflix’s further “internationalization”—not our term—of its offerings. They even earned nods from the company’s former competitor and weirdo billionaire Jeff Bezos, who, as far as we can tell, coined the term “internationalization.” “Reed Hastings and Ted Sarandos and the team at Netflix get it right so often,” Bezos tweeted earlier this month. “Their internationalization strategy isn’t easy, and they’re making it work. Impressive and inspiring. (And I can’t wait to watch the show).” Now we’re left to wonder whether or not Bezos is one of the 111 million VIPs that watched at least two minutes of Squid Game." ,

external_links: [

"https://deadline.com/2021/10/squid-game-111-million-views-in-first-month-cruising-past-bridgerton-top-all-time-netflix-original-1234854955/" ,

"https://twitter.com/JeffBezos/status/1444431829214248960" ,

"https://www.deadline.com/2021/10/squid-game-111-million-views-in-first-month-cruising-past-bridgerton-top-all-time-netflix-original-1234854955/" ,

"https://twitter.com/JeffBezos/status/1444431829214248960?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" ,

"https://deadline.com/2021/10/squid-game-111-million-views-in-first-month-cruising-past-bridgerton-top-all-time-netflix-original-1234854955" ,

"https://www.twitter.com/JeffBezos/status/1444431829214248960?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw"

] ,

published: "2021-10-13T03:56:00.000+03:00" ,

parent_url: NULL ,

crawled: "2021-10-13T03:59:54.001+03:00" ,

highlightTitle: "" ,

rating: NULL

For more information, check out our Developer Hub which contains helpful Documentation, Video Tutorials, Use Cases and more

NOW MACHINESCan Talk Sense

With Webz.io’s enriched Blog API filters

Entities
Run queries based on people, locations and organizations.
Sentiment
Gain insight through customer and brand sentiment or public opinion about people and organizations.
Categories
Receive the most relevant blogs by using our category filtering, with specific topic, date, author, keyword and more.

{

name: "Amazon Prime Video" ,

polarity: "strong positive" ,

frequency: 1 ,

relevance: 12 ,

type: "Organization>ConsumerServicesCompany>MediaCompany" ,

fiction: false ,

geographics: [

{

continent: "America" ,

country: "United States" ,

city: NULL ,

district: NULL

]

Entities
Run queries based on people, locations and organizations.

{

name: "Amazon Prime Video" ,

polarity: "strong positive" ,

frequency: 1 ,

relevance: 12 ,

type: "Organization>ConsumerServicesCompany>MediaCompany" ,

fiction: false ,

geographics: [

{

continent: "America" ,

country: "United States" ,

city: NULL ,

district: NULL

]

Sentiment
Gain insight through customer and brand sentiment or public opinion about people and organizations.
Categories
Receive the most relevant blogs by using our category filtering, with specific topic, date, author, keyword and more.

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