It is the API version of our flagship SaaS platform. You can easily access all the data you need in JSON format to integrate with an existing workflow or for data analysis.
CreatorDB API is especially useful for companies and marketing teams that need to integrate data into their existing influencer marketing workflow.
CreatorDB API is included in the Premium and Professional tiers of the CreatorDB Platform. At the Premium tier, you will have access to 5,000 credits while at the Professional tier to 25,000 credits.
If you need additional credits they can be purchased separately.
Extra credits can be bought separately in the amount that you need.
The extra credits do not expire and can be carried over to the next month until fully utilized.
No, no setup fees.
We do offer a better price on credits prepurchases and long-term committed partnerships.
Yes, contact us to obtain an API key with 1000 credits to test CreatorDB’s potential.
Yes, we can provide free credits in exchange for collaborating to develop a case study around your data usage and/or a public review of our product.
No, we provide data on creators from any country posting in any language. You can even filter the content by which language you prefer.
We try to accommodate our clients’ requests for new metrics and upgrades to provide them with all they need. Contact us to discuss how to make it happen.
Let us know which profiles you want to be added and we will include them in speedily.
We update our data once every 24 hours. Upon request, we can provide more frequent updates.
We provide extensive documentation about our API, with detailed instructions and definitions for all the calls. Just head to creatordb.stoplight.io to access the complete documentation.
No, Social Media platforms heavily limit the data available through the official channels and how often they get updated. The Ninth Circuit Court ruling in the case HiQ Labs v. LinkedIn, 938 F.3d 985 (9th Cir. 2019) has established that scraping data from publically available websites is legal in the framework of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, allowing us to obtain better data without having to use the official channels.
The Ninth Circuit Court ruling in the case HiQ Labs v. LinkedIn, 938 F.3d 985 (9th Cir. 2019) has established that scraping data from publically available websites is legal in the framework of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act. Making CreatorDB perfectly able to operate and provide you with updated and accurate data.