Website Traffic Sources API

Website Traffic Sources API

Elevate your digital strategy with our Website Traffic Sources API. Unlock the secrets of your online presence by seamlessly integrating this powerful tool. Dive into detailed insights, revealing the origins of your web traffic. Empower your decisions, optimize marketing efforts, and transform your online success. Understand your audience like never before!

API description

About the API:  

Introducing our Website Traffic Sources API, a robust analytical engine designed to decode the intricacies of online traffic. This comprehensive tool empowers businesses with detailed insights into the origins of their website visitors, shedding light on the most impactful sources driving online engagement. Whether it’s organic searches, social media referrals, paid campaigns, or direct visits, our API meticulously categorizes and analyzes incoming traffic, providing businesses with a clear roadmap to optimize their digital presence.

With real-time data and historical trends, businesses can assess the effectiveness of their marketing campaigns, understand customer behavior, and fine-tune their strategies for maximum impact. Developers can seamlessly integrate this API, enabling dynamic dashboards, detailed reports, and actionable analytics for stakeholders.

Unlock a world of possibilities by leveraging our Website Traffic Sources API. Enhance user experiences, improve conversion rates, and boost ROI by tailoring your online efforts to align with the traffic sources that truly matter. Whether you're a digital marketer striving for data-driven decisions or a business owner seeking to enhance online visibility, our API equips you with the tools to thrive in the competitive digital landscape. Stay ahead, understand your audience, and elevate your online success with our Website Traffic Sources API.


What this API receives and what your API provides (input/output)?

Pass the domain of your preference and receive metric insights of traffic, sources, countries, engagement metrics, and more. 


What are the most common use cases of this API?

  1. Marketing Campaign Optimization: Marketers can utilize the API to identify the most effective traffic sources for their campaigns. By analyzing which sources bring in the most engaged visitors, marketers can optimize their ad spend, focusing on platforms or channels that generate higher conversion rates and better returns on investment.

  2. Content Strategy Enhancement: Content creators and website managers can use the API to understand where their audience is coming from. By analyzing traffic sources, they can tailor their content strategy. For example, if social media platforms are major sources, they can create content that resonates with social media users, enhancing engagement and sharing potential.

  3. User Experience Improvement: Web developers and UX designers can integrate the API to analyze traffic sources. By understanding where users are coming from, they can tailor the website's layout, content, and user journey to match the expectations of visitors from specific sources. This customization enhances user experience, encouraging longer stays and higher interaction rates.

  4. E-commerce Conversion Optimization: E-commerce platforms can leverage the API to track traffic sources leading to successful purchases. By analyzing these sources, businesses can focus their marketing efforts on platforms generating high-quality leads and conversions. Additionally, they can personalize product recommendations and offers based on the user's source of origin, enhancing the chances of conversion.

  5. Competitor Analysis and Benchmarking: Market researchers and analysts can use the API to study competitors' traffic sources. By understanding where competitors are receiving their traffic, businesses can identify potential opportunities and areas for improvement. This analysis aids in benchmarking strategies, allowing businesses to compare their traffic sources with industry leaders and adapt their approaches accordingly.


Are there any limitations to your plans?

Besides the number of API calls available for the plan, there are no other limitations.

API Documentation


Pass the domain of your preference and receive data from traffic sources, engagement metrics and other important information. 


Get Traffic - Endpoint Features
Object Description
domain [Required] Domain without HTTPS or HTTP protocol.
Test Endpoint


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curl --location --request GET '' --header 'Authorization: Bearer YOUR_API_KEY' 


API Access Key & Authentication

After signing up, every developer is assigned a personal API access key, a unique combination of letters and digits provided to access to our API endpoint. To authenticate with the Website Traffic Sources API REST API, simply include your bearer token in the Authorization header.


Header Description
Authorization [Required] Should be Bearer access_key. See "Your API Access Key" above when you are subscribed.

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The Website Traffic Sources API is a data analytics tool that provides detailed information about the sources of traffic to a website. It categorizes visitors based on channels such as organic search, social media, paid advertising, and direct visits, offering valuable insights into user behavior.

The API uses advanced algorithms to analyze incoming data and categorize traffic sources. It identifies patterns in referral URLs, search queries, and other parameters to determine whether the traffic is organic, social, paid, or direct, providing accurate source classification.

The API response includes a range of data parameters, such as source URL, medium (e.g., organic, referral), campaign details (for paid traffic), and user engagement metrics. These parameters provide comprehensive insights into each traffic source.

Yes, the API can differentiate between mobile and desktop traffic sources. It analyzes user agents and device information, allowing developers to segment traffic data based on the type of devices used to access the website.

Yes, there are request limits based on the subscription plan. Different plans offer varying levels of API access, including the number of requests allowed per day. Developers can review the API documentation for detailed information on rate limits applicable to their subscription.

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