Website Categorization API

Website Categorization API

This API takes a URL, Domain or Email as input and returns a complete company profile.

API description

All-in-one domain data source. Get Website Logos, Company Data, Categorization, and much more from a URL, Domain, or Email. Website Categorization API is able to categorize IPs and domains. Our domain classification API is highly accurate. A simple lookup of a company will be enough to classify its industry within 385 possible topic categories.

We support all the domains available and almost all the languages of the world. Full list of languages: Afrikaans, Albanian, Amharic, Arabic, Armenian, Azerbaijani, Basque, Belarusian, Bengali, Bosnian, Bulgarian, Catalan, Cebuano, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), Corsican, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Esperanto, Estonian, Finnish, French, Frisian, Galician, Georgian, German, Greek, Gujarati, Haitian Creole, Hausa, Hawaiian, Hebrew, Hindi, Hmong, Hungarian, Icelandic, Igbo, Indonesian, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Javanese, Kannada, Kazakh, Khmer, Kinyarwanda, Korean, Kurdish, Kyrgyz, Lao, Latin, Latvian, Lithuanian, Luxembourgish, Macedonian, Malagasy, Malay, Malayalam, Maltese, Maori, Marathi, Mongolian, Myanmar (Burmese), Nepali, Norwegian, Nyanja (Chichewa), Odia (Oriya), Pashto, Persian, Polish, Portuguese (Portugal, Brazil), Punjabi, Romanian, Russian, Samoan, Scots Gaelic, Serbian, Sesotho, Shona, Sindhi, Sinhala (Sinhalese), Slovak, Slovenian, Somali, Spanish, Sundanese, Swahili, Swedish, Tagalog (Filipino), Tajik, Tamil, Tatar, Telugu, Thai, Turkish, Turkmen, Ukrainian, Urdu, Uyghur, Uzbek, Vietnamese, Welsh, Xhosa, Yiddish, Yoruba and Zulu.

Domain Categorization

Website Categorization API is ideal for internet filtering and security applications, and the best thing of all? They support all the domains available and almost all the languages of the world.

The Classification Taxonomy that Website Categorization API uses is from the IAB, which stands for “Interactive Advertising Bureau.” They’ve created a standard list of categories and subcategories for advertising purposes.

Logo API

Website Categorization API extracts a logo from any website on the fly which means you get one even for the most unknown and new sites. The software lets you get real logos from the website in higher quality and makes their background transparent. This makes the logos look good on any background, not just white.

Social Media Links Scraper

Get the list of links of all the social media channels of a domain. Our APIs are real-time, and you'll get updated social media links always. 

Website Categorization API

Website Categorization API takes a URL as input and gets you his domain's category data. Our API analyzes the company's website and classifies it into 385+ possible topic categories (our classification taxonomy is based on the IAB V2 standard).

Mobile Apps API

With Website Categorization API you can categorize any mobile app using its download URL in real-time. To get it, you have to search for the Google Play Store or Apple App Store URL of the app selected and use that download URL as input to our API.

API Documentation

Endpoints


If you need to retrieve information about a domain and enrich your databases with data from a company, this endpoint will help you with that. 

Passing the domain, you will be able to get information like business category, IAB categorization, social media URLs, and domain logo. 

Also, you will retrieve company information, like the company name, where it's located and employees range and revenue (if it's public information). 

The user will need to enter the Full Path URL. For example https://www.nytimes.com/



                                                                            
POST https://zylalabs.com/api/12/website+categorization+api/47/domain
                                                                            
                                                                        

Test Endpoint

API EXAMPLE RESPONSE

       
                                                                                                        
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            {"domain":{"categories":[{"confidence":0.97,"name":"\/News","IAB12":"News"}],"domain_url":"https:\/\/www.nytimes.com\/","social_media":{"facebook_url":null,"twitter_url":"https:\/\/twitter.com\/nytopinion\/status\/1380679753728983040","instagram_url":null,"medium_url":null,"youtube_url":null,"pinterest_url":null,"linkedin_url":null,"github_url":null},"logo_url":"https:\/\/klazify.s3.amazonaws.com\/14652822421616684534605ca5f699fa97.92018864.png","updated_at":"2022-12-26T16:58:09.000000Z"},"success":true,"objects":{"company":{"name":"The New York Times","city":"New York","stateCode":"NY","countryCode":"US","employeesRange":"1K-5K","revenue":null,"raised":250000000,"tags":["Publishing","Media","B2C"],"tech":["google_apps","ns1","dns_made_easy","sentry","google_analytics","amazon_ses","google_tag_manager","successfactors","workday","talend","oracle_peoplesoft","salesforce","stripe","sage_50cloud","quickbooks","sap_hana","oracle_data_integrator","informatica","db2","apache_tomcat","alteryx","atlassian_jira","bluekai","rubicon_project","microsoft_dynamics","information_builders","media.net","gotomeeting","windows_server","filemaker_pro","oracle_application_server","appnexus","netsuite","basecamp","teradata","microsoft_project","kronos","aws_redshift","hbase","sailpoint","goldengate","oracle_endeca","rabbitmq","oracle_fusion","aws_lambda","splunk","paychex","sap_sales_order_management","ibm_cognos","tibco_ems","oracle_business_intelligence","aws_dynamodb","apache_http_server","sage_crm","github","hootsuite","workamajig","qlikview","oracle_cash_and_treasury_management","pentaho","zedo","sap_concur","neo4j","sap_crm","netsuite_crm","apache_cassandra","openx","jaspersoft","ibm_websphere","microsoft_power_bi","apache_spark","sap_business_objects","magnolia_cms","ibm_lotus_notes","ibm_infosphere","hp_servers","iponweb_bidswitch","mongodb","twilio","cision","netsuite_suitecommerce","pagerduty","couchbase","oracle_hyperion","rsa_securid","oracle_weblogic","facebook_workplace","thomson_reuters_eikon","sas_data_integration","oracle_essbase","mediamath","okta","dstillery","pivotal_tracker","aggregate_knowledge","pubmatic","turn","sap_human_capital_management","sap_crystal_reports","soasta","hive","sugarcrm","oracle_crm","meltwater","atlassian_fisheye","microstrategy","apache_hadoop","adobe_marketing_cloud","tibco_spotfire","aws_cloudwatch","couchdb","factset","peoplesoft_crm","postgresql","cloudera","sybase","sas_enterprise","oracle_human_resources","smartsheet","trello","unbounce","invoca","mysql","dropbox","salesforce_dmp"]}},"similar_domains":["washingtonpost.com","theguardian.com","reuters.com","nypost.com","cnn.com","foxnews.com","usatoday.com","latimes.com","abcnews.go.com","cbsnews.com"],"api_usage":{"this_month_api_calls":26,"remaining_api_calls":999974}}
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                    

Domain - CODE SNIPPETS


curl --location --request POST 'https://zylalabs.com/api/12/website+categorization+api/47/domain&domain=Required' --header 'Authorization: Bearer YOUR_API_KEY' 

    

The URL endpoint works similarly to the Domain one. The difference is that in this endpoint you will be able to categorize a full URL path instead only the root domain. 

This endpoint will help you to retrieve the category of the URL that is passed to it. 

Just passing  https://www.nytimes.com/ will give you the category "/News", because that is suitable for the root domain.

For example, this URL from the NY times  https://www.nytimes.com/2022/06/30/business/stock-market-worst-start-50-years.html directs you to an article about the stock market. 

In this case, you will be receiving the category "/Finance/Investing/Stocks & Bonds"

So, let's take a look at the output this query retrieves: 

 



                                                                            
POST https://zylalabs.com/api/12/website+categorization+api/48/url
                                                                            
                                                                        

Test Endpoint

API EXAMPLE RESPONSE

       
                                                                                                        
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            {"domain":{"categories":[{"confidence":0.66,"name":"\/Finance\/Investing\/Stocks & Bonds","IAB13-7":"Investing"},{"confidence":0.63,"name":"\/News\/Business News\/Financial Markets News","IAB12":"News"},{"confidence":0.61,"name":"\/Business & Industrial"}],"domain_url":"https:\/\/www.nytimes.com\/2022\/06\/30\/business\/stock-market-worst-start-50-years.html","full_path_url_mode":true,"full_path_url":"https:\/\/www.nytimes.com\/2022\/06\/30\/business\/stock-market-worst-start-50-years.html","logo_url":"https:\/\/klazify.s3.amazonaws.com\/14652822421616684534605ca5f699fa97.92018864.png","social_media":{"facebook_url":null,"twitter_url":"https:\/\/twitter.com\/nytopinion\/status\/1380679753728983040","instagram_url":null,"medium_url":null,"youtube_url":null,"pinterest_url":null,"linkedin_url":null,"github_url":null},"updated_at":"2022-06-30T21:35:37.000000Z"},"success":true,"objects":{"company":{"name":"The New York Times","city":"New York","stateCode":"NY","countryCode":"US","employeesRange":"10K-50K","revenue":null,"raised":null,"tags":["Publishing","Media","B2C"],"tech":["google_apps","aws_route_53","ns1","sentry","google_analytics","app_nexus","amazon_ses","google_tag_manager","successfactors","workday","talend","oracle_peoplesoft","salesforce","stripe","sage_50cloud","quickbooks","sap_hana","fortinet","oracle_data_integrator","informatica","db2","apache_tomcat","alteryx","servicenow","atlassian_jira","bluekai","rubicon_project","microsoft_dynamics","information_builders","media.net","gotomeeting","windows_server","filemaker_pro","oracle_application_server","appnexus","netsuite","basecamp","teradata","microsoft_project","kronos","aws_redshift","hbase","sailpoint","goldengate","oracle_endeca","rabbitmq","oracle_fusion","aws_lambda","splunk","paychex","sap_sales_order_management","ibm_cognos","tibco_ems","oracle_business_intelligence","aws_dynamodb","apache_http_server","sage_crm","github","hootsuite","workamajig","qlikview","oracle_cash_and_treasury_management","pentaho","zedo","sap_concur","neo4j","sap_crm","netsuite_crm","apache_cassandra","openx","jaspersoft","ibm_websphere","microsoft_power_bi","apache_spark","sap_business_objects","magnolia_cms","ibm_lotus_notes","ibm_infosphere","hp_servers","iponweb_bidswitch","mongodb","twilio","cision","netsuite_suitecommerce","pagerduty","couchbase","oracle_hyperion","rsa_securid","oracle_weblogic","facebook_workplace","thomson_reuters_eikon","sas_data_integration","oracle_essbase","mediamath","okta","dstillery","pivotal_tracker","aggregate_knowledge","pubmatic","turn","sap_human_capital_management","sap_crystal_reports","soasta","hive","sugarcrm","oracle_crm","meltwater","atlassian_fisheye","microstrategy","apache_hadoop","adobe_marketing_cloud","tibco_spotfire","aws_cloudwatch","couchdb","factset","peoplesoft_crm","postgresql","cloudera","sybase","sas_enterprise","oracle_human_resources","smartsheet","trello","unbounce","invoca","mysql","dropbox","salesforce_dmp"]}},"api_usage":{"this_month_api_calls":27,"remaining_api_calls":999973}}
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                    

URL - CODE SNIPPETS


curl --location --request POST 'https://zylalabs.com/api/12/website+categorization+api/48/url&url=Required' --header 'Authorization: Bearer YOUR_API_KEY' 

    

This endpoint works similarly to the Domain endpoint. 

Just pass the email domain that you want to retrieve information from. You will be able to categorize your Emails database and recognize if there is an organization that could be a target of a special offer or maybe a possible partnership, or just to recognize the business categories that conform to your emails database.



                                                                            
POST https://zylalabs.com/api/12/website+categorization+api/1989/email
                                                                            
                                                                        

Test Endpoint

API EXAMPLE RESPONSE

       
                                                                                                        
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            {"domain":{"categories":[{"confidence":0.84,"name":"\/Shopping"}],"domain_url":"http:\/\/www.amazon.com","logo_url":"https:\/\/klazify.s3.amazonaws.com\/797185178165840818062d94cf432c5d7.66348105.png","social_media":null,"updated_at":"2022-07-21T12:56:20.000000Z"},"success":true,"objects":{"company":{"name":"Amazon","city":"Seattle","stateCode":"WA","countryCode":"US","employeesRange":"100K+","revenue":425064000000,"raised":null,"tags":["E-commerce","Internet","E-Commerce & Marketplaces","Technology","B2C"],"tech":["amazon_associates","dyn_dns","amazon_ses","omniture_adobe_analytics","atlassian_confluence","workday","talend","oracle_peoplesoft","salesforce","stripe","dell_boomi_atomsphere","gigya","sage_50cloud","quickbooks","webmethods","gitlab","sap_hana","matomo","quest_foglight","oracle_data_integrator","informatica","peoplesoft_sales","db2","episerver","apache_tomcat","alteryx","worldpay","tibco_rendezvous","atlassian_jira","bluekai","rubicon_project","microsoft_dynamics","kronos","saleslogix","klarna","statcounter","information_builders","media.net","gotomeeting","windows_server","filemaker_pro","cloudera","oracle_application_server","appnexus","adp","netsuite","basecamp","teradata","nimsoft","microsoft_project","wrike","apache_kafka","aws_kinesis","aws_redshift","hbase","sailpoint","goldengate","apache_nifi","ibm_infosphere_datastage","yext","oracle_endeca","rabbitmq","oracle_fusion","aws_lambda","splunk","paychex","sap_sales_order_management","qliktech","ibm_cognos","tibco_ems","pipedrive","oracle_business_intelligence","aws_dynamodb","podio","apache_http_server","sage_crm","github","atlassian_crucible","hootsuite","workamajig","qlikview","oracle_cash_and_treasury_management","clearslide","pentaho","ibm_websphere_commerce","google_search_appliance","ceridian","baidu_analytics","zedo","sap_concur","neo4j","marchex","medallia","grafana","apache_maven","sap_crm","five9","netsuite_crm","admeld","apache_cassandra","openx","jaspersoft","ibm_websphere","microsoft_power_bi","apache_spark","sap_business_objects","kentico","liferay","entrust","magnolia_cms","ibm_lotus_notes","mavenlink","ibm_infosphere","hp_servers","microsoft_sql_server","iponweb_bidswitch","mongodb","twilio","cision","netsuite_suitecommerce","pagerduty","dropbox","sap_hybris_marketing","couchbase","oracle_hyperion","rsa_securid","oracle_weblogic","facebook_workplace","openid","thomson_reuters_eikon","sas_data_integration","oracle_essbase","mediamath","okta","pivotal_tracker","planisware","aggregate_knowledge","pubmatic","turn","sap_human_capital_management","sap_crystal_reports","soasta","hive","sugarcrm","oracle_crm","atlassian_fisheye","microstrategy","goldmine","apache_hadoop","adobe_marketing_cloud","vmware_server","sage_intacct","tibco_spotfire","woo_commerce","aws_cloudwatch","couchdb","factset","sitefinity","peoplesoft_crm","postgresql","zoho_crm","sybase","sas_enterprise","oracle_human_resources","smartsheet","flexera_software","aws_iam","trello","datadog","unbounce","nopcommerce","mysql","apache_storm"]}},"api_usage":{"this_month_api_calls":1214,"remaining_api_calls":998786}}
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                    

Email - CODE SNIPPETS


curl --location --request POST 'https://zylalabs.com/api/12/website+categorization+api/1989/email&email=Required' --header 'Authorization: Bearer YOUR_API_KEY' 

    

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The Website Categorization API is an all-in-one domain data source that provides a range of information from a URL, domain, or email. It offers website logos, company data, categorization, and more.

The domain classification feature of the Website Categorization API is highly accurate. It can classify a company's industry within 385 possible topic categories, providing reliable and precise results.

Yes, the Website Categorization API provides company data as part of its offerings. By providing a URL, domain, or email, you can retrieve information about the associated company, such as its name, address, and contact details.

Yes, the Website Categorization API is designed to be easily integrated into existing applications or systems. It typically supports various programming languages and offers comprehensive documentation to assist with the integration process.

Using the Website Categorization API, you can obtain website logos, company data, categorization information, and other relevant data related to a given URL, domain, or email.

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