The easiest way to set up customised search queries.
Relevant news as they happen
Our Track API keeps you updated on your topics of choice. By use of Boolean operators you can set up an unlimited number of news streams for yourself or your customers. This is particularly useful if you want to avoid large quantities of data and you know exactly which kind of news you are looking for.
What is your industry?
Avoid receiving, indexing and storing thousands or millions of articles every day. The Track API enables you to set up customised search queries that eliminate the noise and deliver only what is relevant for each of your individual end clients. You can add new queries directly through the API and modify them as often as you like.
AI and machine learning
Improve your algorithms or AI models by setting up customised search queries that gives you a live stream of content on any subject of interest. All articles are delivered with various types of metadata, including timestamps, web traffic details, and source information.
Set up customised search queries and keep your platform updated with the latest relevant news about any organisation or industry worldwide.
Set up customised queries and receive the news in a structured, machine-readable format. We run the queries continuously to make sure that the news is delivered to you the moment we find it. Besides keywords, you can granulate the content by preselecting certain countries, languages or media types to ensure that you receive precisely what you need. If you need help building your searches, our support staff will be happy to assist you.
We ensure that all articles are delivered in a structured and machine-readable API feed, making it easy to integrate into any type of application. The feed is available in XML and JSON format, and the news is always streamed to you in real time.
We have teamed up with SimilarWeb, the most trusted source of web traffic statistics, to add Monthly Visitors to each of our sources. The number of visits to a website is an invaluable indicator of relevance when searching through global news content.
This metric – the most commonly used metric in media analysis – shows you the potential number of readers of any article on the web. We compare web traffic data for each individual site with the average article lifespan on that site to calculate the probability that an article will be visible to each unique visitor. The number is directly comparable to readership values on print content and ratings on broadcast items, and it is only available from Opoint Technology.