The Google Search Console API allows programmatic access to most functionalities of the Google Search Console. It provides a way to; view, add, or remove properties and sitemaps, run advanced queries for Google Search results data and more. This API is exposed as an HTTP REST service to call directly, or via the recommended available client libraries and includes specifications for GET, POST, PUT, and DELETE. Access requires a Google Search Console account and at least one site that is verified as owner, with credentials via your application's API Key. Google is a technology company that specializes in internet services and products that includes online advertising technologies, search, cloud computing, software, and hardware.
Google has been steadily improving the infrastructure behind the Google Search Console API to ensure that users are able to fully leverage all of the powerful features available in the Search Console. This week, the company announced that it will be further updating the API.
Ten APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Blockchain and Natural Language Processing. Highlights include an API for developing chat bots and an API for enabling visual search of content in television news broadcasts. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Google has slowly been introducing changes to the Google Search Console API, all geared toward improving API performance in light of increased demand. The most recent changes will affect developers that are querying the API for internal data.
Mantheos API offers data about people and companies. Profiles data and Companies data can be searched, retrieved and managed with this API. Get data including names, location, number of connections,...