Today we’re officially releasing three new API endpoints. You may have tested one or two of these while they were in beta – and now you can use them on a regular basis.
Here’s the run-down:
Remember our post about CardMunch as an API? Today, we’re happy to announce that CardShark API is officially out of beta – and is a part of every FullContact plan.
Send us a business card image, and we’ll send you back structured contact data from our business card transcription API. The results are transcribed by real people – which means that you don’t have to worry about trusting your contacts to error-prone OCR. (Or about Skynet becoming self-aware…but that’s another matter.)
Enhanced Contact API
Sometimes you need more than social profiles to give you the full picture of a contact…and that’s where the Enhanced Contact API comes in. Pass us an email address, and we’ll return detailed business information to help you fill in the gaps in your contact records. Use it to connect with important business contacts, segment your CRM, and more.
The Enhanced Contact API is powered by NetProspex, a trusted provider of business data to B2B marketers around the world.
Disposable Email API
A few months back the FullContact website was attacked by sharks with laser beams attached to their frickin’ heads (no really – true story)…and that’s when we came up with the Disposable Email API. It lets you detect disposable and temporary email addresses, so you can validate your users and clean up your lists.
We want all our users to have the opportunity to use these new endpoints – so as of today, we’ve made some pricing changes. Each of our FullContact plan levels now includes calls to the CardShark, Enhanced Contact, and Disposable Email APIs. If you want to try them out, sign up for a free plan and take them for a test drive…then move up to a Monthly Paid Plan and get a whole lot more.
Please visit our pricing page for detailed information on the new pricing.
We hope you enjoy these three new API endpoints…and can’t wait to see what you build with them.