Alexa Opens Fee-Based APIs and Search Services

Dec 13, 2005 • 9:04 am | comments (1) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Other Search Engines
 

Danny has a detailed write up on Alexa Offers Fee-Based Vertical Search Service at the Search Engine Watch Blog. Danny explains that this Web Search Platform;

You can create your own search engine by tapping into the 4 billion web pages Alexa has indexed over time. You can search against the entire index or just a selected set, in case you want to make your own vertical search engine.

Forum discussion at Search Engine Watch Forums.

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Comments:

Dan Thies

12/15/2005 09:49 pm

Wow, that went unnoticed for a long while. The new (paid) API was running at least a month ago, and announced well before that. We had until December 1 to switch all of our apps over to the new API from the AWIS beta. I gotta give Alexamazon some love here - they're offering a lot of features, the price is far below what we used to pay for the Alexa data, and it has the same security as other paid web services offered by Amazon.

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