Yes. API is available starting from Enterprise Plan.

Mediatoolkit's API boasts:

  • 100+ million online sources

  • Coverage in all languages

  • Boolean operators

  • Leads and influencers identification

  • In-depth analytics

All the data available in your account, such as mentions and reports, are also available for receiving using API. Do note that due to the Terms of service of certain social media networks, the extent of available social media data can vary.

As for the general rate limits, up to 10 API requests can be done per second, or 100 requests per 60 seconds. You can access the API if you have an Enterprise plan or higher. As with all paid plans, it includes an unlimited number of keywords, users, and data reports.

To get all the documentation and instructions, all you need to do is sign up and get in touch with your dedicated Account Manager who will help you with the process of implementing the API.

What information can be obtained via media monitoring API?

A very important aspect of media monitoring is data analytics. Other than tracking down relevant mentions, a media monitoring API provides access to an abundance of information collected alongside every mention.

Specifically, every mention contains data about:

  • The source

  • Username

  • Location/language

  • Time and date of posting

  • The sentiment (the dotted line on the left)

  • Reach, interactions, engagement, and influence data.

Once mentions of interest are identified, the tool usually displays them in a single feed. The feed has various sorting and filtering options to ensure the most relevant results.

All of this data is parallelly transformed into easily comprehensible charts and dashboards available for further analysis.

The Reports section includes the likes of full sentiment analysis, dedicated influencer dashboard, and competitive analysis for benchmarking, to name a few.

The charts are sorted into three predefined dashboards that suit most needs and goals. You can also create fully customized charts and dashboards according to your requirements.

All of the aforementioned information, as well as sorting, filtering, and exporting options are available through a media monitoring API.

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