The findmassleads API enables users to search websites by technology. Users can find email addresses of websites that use Shopify+Hello Bar... any technology. Finding tools that an ideal customer may use on his website could generate sales.
findmassleads covers 683+ web technologies, SaaS, plugins and apps and many more to come.
Search websites by technology or perform a domain lookup. The domain lookup acts as an email finder and a technology finder.
Results: Language, tech stack, global ranking, estimate of monthly tech spend, favicon url, email addresses, phone numbers, social links.
For example, you can search for websites built with Magento.
Or find WordPress websites which use Stripe...
Here are other technology names and their function to get inspired: - Ecommerce owners obvioulsy use Shopify, Magento, WooCommerce... - Enterprises may use Drift or Zendesk. - People who sell infoproducts may use ClickFunnels, Kartra or Podia, LearnyBox or Systeme.io in francophone countries, Hotmart in Brasil... - People who make money with affiliation may use Clickbank or CJ Affiliate. - Do you target modern market place builders? You can target Sharetribe users... and so on...
You get data for websites all over the web in the following languages for now: English, Spanish, Portuguese, German, French, Italian, Danish, Dutch.
How to use this API? For B2B lead generation.
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