For this webinar, Chris and I pretend to be the owner of a clothes shop - we’ll call it Chris and Alex Inc - C&A for short! Because Chris and I are savvy business men, we know that we need to compare the prices of what our competitors are selling their products at so we can be competitive. Traditionally, we’d have to get someone to manually go through the whole website and note down (on paper?) the price and item name leaving us with 1000s of piece of paper and some poor person in admin sorting it all out - not cool.Read More
As many as 185 dynasties in the US amassed a fortune of $1 billion or more. Collectively, they are worth $1.2 trillion and Forbes has just released the first comprehensive ranking of those richest clans of America. The Kennedys, the Rockefellers, the Waltons are only a few names that will ring a bell and bring to mind private airports, yachts and seaside villas.
The Walton, Koch and Mars families top the table, with $152 billion, $89 billion and $60 billion respectively. The first 24 clans pride themselves on wealth exceeding $10 billion.Read More
Getting data from sites with an infinite scroll can be somewhat challenging, so I’ve created this guide to help you out. It’s really easy and you don’t need to be an amazing coder to find out how, just a detective and an excel wizard.Read More
All of your import.io data sources are listed on your My Data page for easy access. But, once you have a lot of them, it can be tricky to scroll through and find the sources you need quickly.
To help, we give you the ability to save searches for data sources so that you can list them more easily. Say you have a lot of data sources (like me) and just want to find the extractors to Amazon.Read More
We always love to hear what people using import.io get up to with the data they extract with import.io data sources - there are more use cases than we could ever imagine, and we are constantly seeing beautiful, useful and innovative work based on our platform.
Recently we were contacted by Ronald who wanted to show us two integrations he has done using the import.io APIs.Read More
Getting a stranger to agree to something is all about negotiation. Whether you realise it or not, you negotiate every single day. We are all in the business of motivating people to do things for us; whether this be motivating your team to pull together, motivating your customers to buy from you or motivating investors to give you money.Read More
The Common Locale Data Repository (CLDR) is a collaborative effort lead by the Unicode consortium which aims to allow all of the world’s languages to be supported by software. CLDR accepts contributions to its definitions, which in turn are used to power libraries and software in everything from your iPhone to major websites.Read More