In Part 1 of our four-part look at the developer experience and business-to-developer (B2D) marketing strategies, we reviewed the toe-dipping exercise of gauging developer interest in an API and how to use a landing page signup to better define potential developer segments — or personas — who may need access to a business' data assets via an API. In Part 2, we look at how two web services businesses, Unbounce and Wordtracker, have managed a private beta release of their APIs.
||The MediaMath API allows developers to integrate reporting features of the company's TerminalOne Marketing Operating System into media marketing applications. Protocols are available in REST format...||Advertising||04.20.2016|
||AYLIEN News API is a powerful tool for sourcing, searching and syndicating analyzed and enriched news content. Using this API, users can search and source news and content from all over the web in...||Natural Language Processing||04.08.2016|
||Zara 4 is an image compression platform based in the United Kingdom. This platform can be used to optimize an existing website or for SEO purposes. Zara 4 offers a REST API which uses OAuth and...||Images||04.06.2016|
Kehalim Text Classification
||Kehalim is a monetization platform focused on contextual and semantic automation which can be used to integrate affiliate programs to existing applications. The Text Classification API offers page...||Classification||04.05.2016|
Pitney Bowes GeoSearch
||The Pitney Bowes GeoSearch API allows developers to make calls to the GeoSearch API, enabling local search capabilities on their applications. Pitney Bowes specializes in customer information...||Location||04.02.2016|