Google Web Results API

Google Web Results API

The Google Web Results API is a powerful tool that allows developers to integrate the functionality of Google's search engine into their own applications, websites, or services.

About the API:  

It provides a programmatic interface for interacting with the Google search engine, allowing users to retrieve search results and take advantage of Google's vast index of web pages.

With the Google Web Results API, users can take advantage of the same advanced search capabilities that millions of users rely on every day. It provides an endpoint that will allow precise control of search queries, making it a versatile tool for a variety of applications.

One of the main advantages of the Google Web Results API is its ability to deliver relevant and up-to-date search results. Google's search algorithms continually evolve to provide the most accurate and comprehensive search experience, and by leveraging the API, developers can take advantage of this experience. They can retrieve search results in the form of structured data, including titles, snippets, URLs and other metadata, allowing them to present information to users in a personalized and user-friendly way.

The API supports various types of search, such as web search, news search and more. This versatility allows developers to create applications that target specific types of content or combine multiple search types to deliver comprehensive results. For example, an e-commerce platform could use the API to allow users to search for products and retrieve relevant images and videos along with textual information.

In short, the Google Web Results API allows developers to leverage the capabilities of Google's search engine in their own applications. With its comprehensive functionality, advanced features and customization options, the API enables developers to create customized search experiences that deliver accurate and relevant results. Whether building search-based applications, content discovery platforms or enhancing existing services, the Google Web Search API provides a robust and scalable solution for integrating the power of Google search into any application ecosystem.

 

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

It will receive parameters and provide you with a JSON.

 

What are the most common uses cases of this API?

  1. Search engines and portals: Users can use the API to create their own search engines or portals that provide users with access to Google's powerful search capabilities. This can be useful for creating niche search engines or specialized portals tailored to specific industries or topics.

  2. Content aggregation: The API allows users to aggregate Google search results and present them in a unified, customized format. This can be useful for news aggregators, content discovery platforms or any application that needs to collect and display information from multiple sources.

  3. E-commerce platforms: Online marketplaces and e-commerce platforms can leverage the API to incorporate product search capabilities, allowing users to find relevant items based on their queries. This improves the user experience and facilitates product discovery.

  4. Data analysis and research: Researchers and data analysts can use the API to collect large volumes of web data for analysis and research purposes. By extracting search results and related information, they can gain insights into trends, consumer behavior or perform sentiment analysis.

  5. SEO tools: Search engine optimization (SEO) tools can integrate the API to analyze search results and collect data on keyword rankings. This allows SEO professionals and website owners to optimize their content and improve their visibility in search engines.

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  • Basic Plan: 10,000 API Calls. 5 requests per second.

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API Documentation

Endpoints


To use this endpoint all you have to do is insert a query, you will also have 2 optional parameters where you must indicate an approximate number of results to get (maximum 300 results) along with whether you want to get keywords (true or false) false by default.



                                                                            
GET https://zylalabs.com/api/2198/google+web+results+api/2026/search+data+from+google
                                                                            
                                                                        

Search data from Google - Endpoint Features
Object Description
query [Required]
limit [Required]
related_keywords [Required]
Test Endpoint

API EXAMPLE RESPONSE

       
                                                                                                        
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            {"search_term":"football","knowledge_panel":{"name":"American football","label":"Sports","description":{"text":"American football, also known as gridiron, is a team sport played by two teams of eleven players on a rectangular field with goalposts at each end.","url":"https:\/\/en.wikipedia.org\/wiki\/American_football","site":"Wikipedia"},"image":{"url":"https:\/\/encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com\/images?q=tbn:FOOX9dmaDilVpM","width":190,"height":266,"page_url":"https:\/\/en.wikipedia.org\/wiki\/American_football"},"info":[{"title":"Equipment","labels":["Football; Football helmet; Pads (shoulder, thigh, knee, and optionally elbow pads)"]},{"title":"Venue","labels":["Football field (rectangular: 120 yards long, 53+1\u20443 yards wide)"]},{"title":"Contact","labels":["Full"]},{"title":"World Games","labels":["Yes (invitational sport at 2005, 2017, and 2022 (flag football) Games)"]},{"title":"Country or region","labels":["Worldwide (most popular in North America)"]},{"title":"First played","labels":["November 6, 1869; New Brunswick, New Jersey, United States; (Princeton vs. Rutgers)"]},{"title":"Highest governing body","labels":["International Federation of American Football"]}]},"results":[{"position":1,"url":"https:\/\/www.nfl.com\/","title":"NFL.com | Official Site of the National Football League","description":"The official source for NFL News, NFL video highlights, Fantasy Football, game-day coverage, NFL schedules, stats, scores & more."}],"related_keywords":{"spelling_suggestion_html":null,"spelling_suggestion":null,"keywords":[{"position":1,"knowledge":null,"keyword_html":"football","keyword":"football"},{"position":2,"knowledge":null,"keyword_html":"football<b> cleats<\/b>","keyword":"football cleats"},{"position":3,"knowledge":null,"keyword_html":"football<b> games<\/b>","keyword":"football games"},{"position":4,"knowledge":null,"keyword_html":"football<b> gloves<\/b>","keyword":"football gloves"},{"position":5,"knowledge":null,"keyword_html":"football<b> field<\/b>","keyword":"football field"},{"position":6,"knowledge":null,"keyword_html":"football<b> movies<\/b>","keyword":"football movies"},{"position":7,"knowledge":null,"keyword_html":"football<b> positions<\/b>","keyword":"football positions"},{"position":8,"knowledge":null,"keyword_html":"football<b> today<\/b>","keyword":"football today"},{"position":9,"knowledge":null,"keyword_html":"football<b> helmet<\/b>","keyword":"football helmet"},{"position":10,"knowledge":null,"keyword_html":"football<b> teams<\/b>","keyword":"football teams"}]}}
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                    

Search data from Google - CODE SNIPPETS


curl --location --request GET 'https://zylalabs.com/api/2198/google+web+results+api/2026/search+data+from+google?query=football&limit=20&related_keywords=true' --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 Google Web Results API REST API, simply include your bearer token in the Authorization header.

Headers

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

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The Google Web Results API is a powerful tool that allows developers to programmatically access Google's extensive index of web pages and retrieve search results along with keywords.

The API utilizes Google's search algorithms to perform web searches based on specified keywords and parameters, providing developers with relevant search results.

You can obtain search results containing webpages, URLs, titles, snippets, related keywords, and other metadata associated with the search query.

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