In addition to our real-time, full-path URL classification service, we offer a comprehensive database containing 5.4 million of the most popular domains worldwide, categorized with our AI based classifier.
Our database is perfect for those who demand the best in classification data for their applications and services.
When purchasing the database, you also obtain free updates to the database for 6 months.
With our database, you can enhance the accuracy and effectiveness of your ad targeting, increase the security of your web filtering, and improve the performance of your traffic analysis, among other benefits.
For more please see use cases listed below.
Our URL categorization database is a powerful product that can be used in a wide range of applications.
Whether you're a platform, product, or service provider, you'll find numerous benefits to integrating our database into your systems.
Some of the use cases for our URL categorization database integration include:
Digital products: use our website categorization to improve your digital products.
Advertising targeting: Companies use an offline categorization database to better target their online advertising efforts by targeting specific types of websites and users.
Clients that purchased our categorization database include large marketing companies.
AdTech: Adtech companies use categorization databases to determine which websites and platforms are the most appropriate for placing their advertisements. This can help them to reach their target audience more effectively and maximize the impact of their advertising campaigns. Categorization databases can also be used to segment audiences based on their interests and behaviors, allowing adtech companies to tailor their advertising campaigns to specific segments of their audience.
Data mining: Researchers and analysts use an offline categorization database to identify trends and patterns in internet usage/behavior on category basis.
Workplace productivity: An offline categorization database can be used by employers to block access to distracting or non-work-related websites, in order to improve productivity in the workplace.
Saas: applications/platforms use categorizations of millions of domains to improve their apps/platforms or launch entirely new ones.
Parental control: Parents use an offline categorization database to filter out inappropriate content for their children and ensure that they are not exposed to inappropriate material while browsing the internet.
Cybersecurity: An offline categorization database can be used to identify and block access to malicious websites that may be attempting to spread malware or phish for personal information.
Web filtering: Schools and libraries use an offline categorization database to filter out inappropriate content and ensure that students and patrons are only accessing appropriate material.
Search engine optimization: Online businesses use an offline categorization database to identify relevant websites and domains for link building and other SEO strategies.
Website categorization: Website owners use an offline categorization database to classify their own website and ensure that it is listed in the appropriate categories.
Brand protection: Companies use an offline categorization database to track and monitor websites from their verticals and that may be infringing on their trademarks or intellectual property.
Legal compliance: An offline categorization database can be used by organizations to ensure that they are not accessing or hosting content that is problematic and may be in violation of any laws or regulations.
Marketing research: Market research firms use an offline categorization database to identify and classify websites and social media accounts in order to better understand consumer behavior and trends.
Content moderation: Online platforms use an offline categorization database to identify and remove inappropriate or offensive content, in order to maintain a safe and welcoming environment for their users.