Do you remember what it was like to figure out what was going on in your city fifteen years ago? You probably called your friends. Less than 20% of U.S. households were online. People learned about local news and events from newspapers, TV and their friends. I remember a lot of nights that we were frustrated “nothing cool was going on.” Information was scarce, and people still paid for it.
Shoutlet, enterprise social marketing platform, has added a contact form API to its plethora of social media services. The API allows developers to gather contact information (e.g. data from an online sign up form) and automatically update the Shoutlet contact database with the pertinent information.
With the many vulnerabilities of scraping bank account data causing concerns for some large banks, Wells Fargo recently announced that it intends to create an API to enable integration with accounting software Xero to give small businesses better visibility of their banking data.