Viralheat Launches New Developer Center and Social Data APIs

Janet Wagner, February 28th, 2013

ViralheatViralheat, a social media monitoring, marketing and analytics platform, has announced the launch of a new Developer Center, new Social Data APIs and upgrades to existing APIs.

Viralheat Sentiment

Twitter and Facebook Sentiment — Image Credit: Viralheat

The new and improved Viralheat Developer Center features a new suite of Viralheat APIs which includes:

  • Sentiment API – Analyze the sentiment of a keyword across the social web. Sentiment is marked as positive, negative, or neutral.
  • Human Intent API - Based on social media activity, identify which leads are most likely to make a purchase.
  • Monitoring API – Monitor popular social media networks such as Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest; review real-time social conversations across the web.
  • URL Shortening API – URL shortening and analytics service.
  • Publishing API – Publish to social networks which including Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Google+.

Raj Kadam, co-founder of Viralheat was interviewed by BetaKit about the launch of the new Developer Center. He provided a quote for an article published on the BetaKit website:

“We’ve really made it easy to manage all your streams and view all your advance publishing, and all the analytics and reporting. We wanted to take all that and make it available to developers.”

There are currently three pricing packages for Viralheat accounts and prices vary for the social data APIs. Developers interested in using the Social Data APIs can find more information at the Viralheat Developers Site.

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One Response to “Viralheat Launches New Developer Center and Social Data APIs”

March 3rd, 2013
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Comment by: API Spotlight: OneId, Quandl, and Surveys with the SurveyMonkey API

[...] Viralheat has announced the launch of its new Social Data APIs. The social media monitoring, analytics, and marketing platform now provides a suite of 5 APIs consisting of the sentiment, Human Intent, Monitoring, URL Shortening, and Publishing APIs. The basic idea behind the APIs was to provide not only the users of the site with this functionality but developers with it as well. Developers have to choose one of three pricing packages in order to utilize the APIs. To learn more about the API suit visit the Viralheat site as well as the Viralheat API blog post. [...]

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