Documentation

The API is a powerful way to interact with our services. Use the API's to programmatically interact with everything you can do through our website.

Getting Started

Environments

Our production environment is available at:

https://api.websitez.com/v1/

Our staging environment is available at:

https://api.staging.websitez.com/v1/
Versioning

This API uses versioning as identified in the URI. Newer versions MAY introduce breaking changes.

/v1/users
HTTP Methods

This API uses HTTP verbs (methods) as following:

  • GET - Read - used to read (or retrieve) a representation of a resource,
  • POST - Create - used to create new resources.
  • PUT - Update - used to update an existing resource identified by a URI.
  • DELETE - Delete - used to delete a resource identified by a URI.
Pagination

When next_page is present in the API response, this means the results are paginated. If the value is null, there are no more results. If it is a valid integer, there are more results and you must make additional requests to get them.

When a valid integer is present, it should be used to call the same API endpoint again with ?page=5 appended to the URL, where 5 is the value of next_page in the API response.

By default, the number of results returned is 20. This can be changed by passing a query string parameter called per_page with a valid integer such as ?per_page=50.

The minimum and maximum value for per_page is 1 and 100, respectively.

Media Type

Where applicable this API MUST use the JSON media-type. Requests with a message-body are using plain JSON to set or update resource states.

Content-type: application/json and Accept: application/json headers SHOULD be set on all requests if not stated otherwise.

Date and Time

All exchange of date and time-related data MUST be done according to ISO 8601 standard and stored in UTC.

When returning date and time-related data YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ss.SSSZ format MUST be used.

Status Codes and Errors

This API uses HTTP status codes to communicate with the API:

  • 200 OK - Response to a successful GET, PUT, PATCH or DELETE.
  • 201 Created - Response to a POST that results in a creation.
  • 202 Accepted - Response to a request if an actioned will be queued for offline processing.
  • 204 No Content - Response to a successful request that won't be returning a body (like a DELETE request).
  • 400 Bad Request - Malformed request; form validation errors.
  • 401 Unauthorized - When no or invalid authentication details are provided.
  • 403 Forbidden - When authentication succeeded but authenticated user doesn't have access to the resource.
  • 404 Not Found - When a non-existent resource is requested.
  • 405 Method Not Allowed - Method not allowed.
  • 406 Not Acceptable - Could not satisfy the request.
  • 415 Unsupported Media Type - Unsupported media type in request.
  • 422 Validation failed - Supplied data did not pass validation.
  • 500 Internal server error - An uncaught exception occurred.
  • 502 Bad Gateway - An error occurred in downstream service.

Authentication

Your API token is used to authenticate you with our API through the `Authorization` header.

$ curl -H "Authorization: Bearer 79bb63b4202735" https://api.websitez.com

Auto Assignments

Auto assignments allow leads to be assigned to a user automatically based on criteria of the lead. For example, if you wanted all company leads with revenue over $100 million to be assigned to Joe, and all company leads less than $100 million to be assigned to Anne, that can be done through this endpoint.

Create An Auto Assignment

Programmatically create an auto assignment. The concept of the "and" "or" is similar to how it is treated in SQL. If two items have an "and" condition between them, both must match. If the condition is "or", only one of the two has to match. If "and" condition is chained, all conditions must match.

POST/v1/auto_assignments

Field Type Description
assigned_user_ids ARRAY of INTEGERS The ID's of the users to assign the leads to.
employees_min INTEGER The minimum number of employees at the company.
employees_max INTEGER The maximum number of employees at the company.
revenue_min INTEGER The minimum revenue at the company.
revenue_max INTEGER The maximum revenue at the company.
company_name STRING The company name match pattern.
industries STRING The industries for the company to be included in. Acceptable values can be found here.
first_and_or STRING Whether the comparison between employees and revenue is an "and" or an "or".
second_and_or STRING Whether the comparison between revenue and company_name is an "and" or an "or".
third_and_or STRING Whether the comparison between company_name and industries is an "and" or an "or".
Request Sample
curl https://api.websitez.com/v1/auto_assignments
{
    "assigned_user_id": 1,
    "company_id": 1,
    "employees_min": 1,
    "employees_max": 100000,
    "revenue_min": 1,
    "revenue_max": 10000000,
    "company_name": "Google",
    "industries": "Internet & Telecom > Service Providers, Internet & Telecom > Service Providers > Cable & Satellite Providers",
    "first_and_or": "and",
    "second_and_or": "and",
    "third_and_or": "or"
}
Response Sample
{
    "id": 1,
    "assigned_user_id": 1,
    "company_id": 1,
    "employees_min": 1,
    "employees_max": 100000,
    "revenue_min": 1,
    "revenue_max": 10000000,
    "company_name": "Google",
    "industries": "Internet & Telecom > Service Providers, Internet & Telecom > Service Providers > Cable & Satellite Providers",
    "first_and_or": "and",
    "second_and_or": "and",
    "third_and_or": "or",
    "active": true,
    "timestamp": "2003-04-12 04:05:06",
}
Field Type Description
id INTEGER The ID of the auto assignment entry.
assigned_user_ids ARRAY of INTEGERS The ID's of the users to assign the leads to.
employees_min INTEGER The minimum number of employees at the company.
employees_max INTEGER The maximum number of employees at the company.
revenue_min INTEGER The minimum revenue at the company.
revenue_max INTEGER The maximum revenue at the company.
company_name STRING The company name match pattern.
industries STRING The industries for the company to be included in. Acceptable values can be found here.
first_and_or STRING Whether the comparison between employees and revenue is an "and" or an "or".
second_and_or STRING Whether the comparison between revenue and company_name is an "and" or an "or".
third_and_or STRING Whether the comparison between company_name and industries is an "and" or an "or".
active BOOLEAN Determines whether the auto assignment is being applied or not.
timestamp DATETIME A date time of when the auto assignment entry was created.
View Auto Assignments

View all auto assignments created for an account.

GET/v1/auto_assignments

Request Sample
curl https://api.websitez.com/v1/auto_assignments
Response Sample
{"auto_assignments": [{
    "id": 1,
    "assigned_user_id": 1,
    "company_id": 1,
    "employees_min": 1,
    "employees_max": 100000,
    "revenue_min": 1,
    "revenue_max": 10000000,
    "company_name": "Google",
    "industries": "Internet & Telecom > Service Providers, Internet & Telecom > Service Providers > Cable & Satellite Providers",
    "first_and_or": "and",
    "second_and_or": "and",
    "third_and_or": "or",
    "active": true,
    "timestamp": "2003-04-12 04:05:06",
}], "next_page": null}
Field Type Description
id INTEGER The ID of the auto assignment entry.
assigned_user_id INTEGER The ID of the user to assign the leads to.
employees_min INTEGER The minimum number of employees at the company.
employees_max INTEGER The maximum number of employees at the company.
revenue_min INTEGER The minimum revenue at the company.
revenue_max INTEGER The maximum revenue at the company.
company_name STRING The company name match pattern.
industries STRING The industries for the company to be included in. Acceptable values can be found here.
first_and_or STRING Whether the comparison between employees and revenue is an "and" or an "or".
second_and_or STRING Whether the comparison between revenue and company_name is an "and" or an "or".
third_and_or STRING Whether the comparison between company_name and industries is an "and" or an "or".
active BOOLEAN Determines whether the auto assignment is being applied or not.
timestamp DATETIME A date time of when the auto assignment entry was created.

Assignments

Assignments represent the leads assigned to users. This can be done manually through the UI, the API, or through auto assignment functionality.

Create An Assignment

Programmatically create an assignment.

POST/v1/assignments

Field Type Description
assigned_user_id INTEGER The ID of the user to assign the lead to.
company_id INTEGER The id of the company to assign.
Request Sample
curl https://api.websitez.com/v1/assignments
{
    "assigned_user_id": 1,
    "company_id": 1
}
Response Sample
{
    "id": 1,
    "assigned_user_id": 1,
    "assigned_from_user_id": 2,
    "active": true,
    "viewed": true,
    "timestamp": "2003-04-12 04:05:06",
}
Field Type Description
id INTEGER The ID of the assignment entry.
assigned_user_id INTEGER The ID of the user to assign the lead to.
company_id INTEGER The id of the company to assign.
active BOOLEAN Determines whether the assignment is active for the assigned user.
viewed BOOLEAN Determines whether the assignment has been viewed yet.
timestamp DATETIME The date and time when the assignment was created.
View Assignments

View all assignments created for an account.

GET/v1/assignments

Request Sample
curl https://api.websitez.com/v1/assignments
Response Sample
{"assignments": [{
    "id": 1,
    "assigned_user_id": 1,
    "assigned_from_user_id": 2,
    "active": true,
    "viewed": true,
    "timestamp": "2003-04-12 04:05:06",
}], "next_page": null}
Field Type Description
id INTEGER The ID of the assignment entry.
assigned_user_id INTEGER The ID of the user to assign the lead to.
company_id INTEGER The id of the company to assign.
active BOOLEAN Determines whether the assignment is active for the assigned user.
viewed BOOLEAN Determines whether the assignment has been viewed yet.
timestamp DATETIME The date and time when the assignment was created.

Users

Users are the basis of all actions through the API. An API Key is assigned to a user, thus everything done through the API is associated with a user.

Register A New User

Programmatically register a user and receive an API key in the response. Email verification is required before user can login or use the API.

This will create a new account for the user.

POST/v1/register

Field Type Description
email STRING This will be used as the username. An email verification will be sent here.
terms STRING This records that for each user the terms are explicitly agreed to.
Request Sample
curl https://api.websitez.com/v1/register
{
    "email": "test@test.com",
    "terms": "yes"
}
Response Sample
{
    "api_key": "123456789",
    "plan": "basic",
    "verified": false,
    "active": true
}

Create A User

Programmatically create a user and receive an API key in the response. Email verification is required before user can login or use the API.

This creates a user that is assigned to the requestors account. You must be the administrator of your account to use this method.

A welcome email will be sent to the user with their login credentials.

POST/v1/users

Field Type Description
email STRING This will be used as the username. An email verification will be sent here.
Request Sample
curl https://api.websitez.com/v1/users
{
    "email": "test@test.com"
}
Response Sample
{
    "email": "test@test.com",
    "api_key": "123456789",
    "verified": false,
    "active": true
}
Field Type Description
email STRING The contact email and username for the account.
api_key STRING An API key that can use the API with non-administrative permissions.
verified BOOLEAN Determines if the user has validated their email.
active BOOLEAN Determines if the user is active and can make use of their account.

Update A User

Programmatically update a user.

PUT/v1/users/1

Field Type Description
first_name STRING The first name of the user.
last_name STRING The last name of the user.
active BOOLEAN If the user is active in the system. Must be an administrator to edit this value.
Request Sample
curl --request PUT https://api.websitez.com/v1/users/1
{
    "first_name": "Joe",
    "last_name": "Smith",
    "active": true
}
Response Sample
{
    "first_name": "Joe",
    "last_name": "Smith",
    "email": "test@test.com",
    "api_key": "123456789",
    "verified": false,
    "active": true
}
Field Type Description
first_name STRING The first name for the account.
last_name STRING The last name for the account.
email STRING The contact email and username for the account.
api_key STRING An API key that can use the API with non-administrative permissions.
verified BOOLEAN Determines if the user has validated their email.
active BOOLEAN Determines if the user is active and can make use of their account.

View Users

View the users assigned to the requestors account. You must be an administrator to use this method.

GET/v1/users

Field Type Description
email STRING This will be used as the username. An email verification will be sent here.
Request Sample
curl https://api.websitez.com/v1/users
Response Sample
{"users": [{
    "email": "test@test.com",
    "api_key": "123456789",
    "verified": false,
    "active": true,
    "is_admin": true
}], "next_page": null}
Field Type Description
email STRING The contact email and username for the account.
api_key STRING An API key that can use the API with non-administrative permissions.
verified BOOLEAN Determines if the user has validated their email.
active BOOLEAN Determines if the user is active and can make use of their account.
is_admin BOOLEAN Determines if the user has administrative permissions.

Sites

Manage the websites that record visits for your account.

Create A Site

This endpoint allows one to create a website that can then record visits or personalize the website.

POST/v1/sites

Request Parameters
Field Type Description
name STRING The name of the website for reference.
website STRING A valid link to your website. This valid link will be used to validate that the JavaScript code has been placed on the website.
Request Sample
curl https://api.websitez.com/v1/companies/sites/1045 {
    "name": "Furry Beast",
    "website": "https://websitez.com"
}
Response Sample
{
    "name": "Furry Beast",
    "domain": "websitez.com",
    "website": "https://websitez.com",
    "hash": "iowfeiio2930092nvowvmnoeiijoOJIFwoie290320fjIOPDFwkjfiowejqfJFOI",
    "validated": false,
    "record_visits_pixel": "FWJEOIJFWOEIJFOWIJEFOIWEJFCNOIEWOIFJWOIJFIOEJWOEJIDWOEIFJODJLVKXNXCVNNEOWEIFJODKNLVSKDNJFLIWJEFIHEFIUHWEOGINDOKNVOIDNLZKNVZKNVFSIEVNWEIOW",
    "real_time_detect": "FNEIOWHEJOFIHODKNFOIWEJFOWIENFOKNDVLKSNDOEHFOWIEHRJKNFDKJSFHSKJDGHIWEUHRWOIEHFDKLSHGKGHEWIOUHRWEOIHJDLKFNLSDHFOIWHGOWIHEOIGJLKCNVOIVNWOIGHWEOIGH"
}
Response Parameters
Field Type Description
name STRING The reference name for the website.
domain STRING The domain extracted from the given website.
website STRING A valid URL to the website.
hash STRING A hash calculated based on the website for reference.
validated BOOLEAN Determines whether the JavaScript pixel was correctly found on the website.
record_visits_pixel STRING A base64 encoded string that when decoded, gives the JavaScript code to place on a website for recording visits.
real_time_detect STRING A base64 encoded string that when decoded, gives the JavaScript code to place on a website for personalizing a website.

View Sites

This endpoint retrieves a list of websites.

GET/v1/sites

Request Sample
curl https://api.websitez.com/v1/sites
Response Sample
{"sites": [{
    "name": "Furry Beast",
    "domain": "websitez.com",
    "website": "https://websitez.com",
    "hash": "iowfeiio2930092nvowvmnoeiijoOJIFwoie290320fjIOPDFwkjfiowejqfJFOI",
    "validated": true
}], "next_page": null}
Response Parameters
Field Type Description
name STRING The reference name for the website.
domain STRING The domain extracted from the given website.
website STRING A valid URL to the website.
hash STRING A hash calculated based on the website for reference.
validated BOOLEAN Determines whether the JavaScript pixel was correctly found on the website.

View A Site

This endpoint retrieves details about a specific website.

GET/v1/sites/[site_id]

Request Parameters
Field Type Description
site_id STRING The id of the site that can be found in the /v1/sites endpoint.
Request Sample
curl https://api.websitez.com/v1/sites/1
Response Sample
{
    "name": "Furry Beast",
    "domain": "websitez.com",
    "website": "https://websitez.com",
    "hash": "iowfeiio2930092nvowvmnoeiijoOJIFwoie290320fjIOPDFwkjfiowejqfJFOI",
    "validated": true,
    "record_visits_pixel": "FWJEOIJFWOEIJFOWIJEFOIWEJFCNOIEWOIFJWOIJFIOEJWOEJIDWOEIFJODJLVKXNXCVNNEOWEIFJODKNLVSKDNJFLIWJEFIHEFIUHWEOGINDOKNVOIDNLZKNVZKNVFSIEVNWEIOW",
    "real_time_detect": "FNEIOWHEJOFIHODKNFOIWEJFOWIENFOKNDVLKSNDOEHFOWIEHRJKNFDKJSFHSKJDGHIWEUHRWOIEHFDKLSHGKGHEWIOUHRWEOIHJDLKFNLSDHFOIWHGOWIHEOIGJLKCNVOIVNWOIGHWEOIGH"
}
Response Parameters
Field Type Description
name STRING The reference name for the website.
domain STRING The domain extracted from the given website.
website STRING A valid URL to the website.
hash STRING A hash calculated based on the website for reference.
validated BOOLEAN Determines whether the JavaScript pixel was correctly found on the website.
record_visits_pixel STRING A base64 encoded string that when decoded, gives the JavaScript code to place on a website for recording visits.
real_time_detect STRING A base64 encoded string that when decoded, gives the JavaScript code to place on a website for personalizing a website.

Companies

Retrieve the leads for your desired website.

View Companies

This endpoint allows one to retrieve company leads for a specific website.

GET/v1/companies/sites/[site_id]

Request Parameters
Field Type Description
site_id INTEGER The ID of the website that can be found in the /v1/sites endpoint.
Request Sample
curl https://api.websitez.com/v1/companies/sites/1045
Response Sample
{"companies": [{
    "company_hash": "ieov9320nNVOWMIEIfjoi2390vjidiojWFJimkcmxnvwoi32920394",
    "company_name": "Google, LLC",
    "company_domain": "google.com",
    "last_visit": "3 hours ago",
    "activity": 8,
    "visits": 7,
    "unique_visits": 4,
    "sources": ["G", "D"]
}], "next_page": null}
Response Parameters
Field Type Description
company_hash STRING The hash id of the company.
company_name STRING The name of the company that the visitor works for.
company_domain STRING The top level domain for the company.
last_visit STRING The time delta from when the API request was made to when the last visit occurred.
activity INTEGER A number between 0-100 that represents the relative visitor activity compared to other company visits. Higher is better.
visits INTEGER A total count of visitors to the website from this company over the past 90 days.
unique_visits INTEGER A total count of unique visitors to the website from this company over the past 90 days.
sources ARRAY OF STRINGS G = google, D = direct, GA = google ads, GP = google ppc

View A Company

This endpoint retrieves details about a specific company.

GET/v1/companies/[company_hash]

Request Parameters
Field Type Description
company_hash STRING The hash of the company that can be found in the /v1/companies/sites/[site_id] endpoint.
Request Sample
curl https://api.websitez.com/v1/companies/ieov9320nNVOWMIEIfjoi2390vjidiojWFJimkcmxnvwoi32920394
Response Sample
{
    "company_name": "Google, LLC",
    "company_domain": "google.com",
    "page_title": "Home Page Title",
    "page_description": "Website meta description.",
    "categories": ["Business & Industrial"],
    "number_of_employees": "1,298,000",
    "company_revenue": "$386 Billion",
    "employees": [
        {"name": "Joe Smith", "title": "CEO"}
    ],
    "visits": 7,
    "unique_visits": 4,
    "linkedin_profile": "https://linkedin.com/company/google",
    "facebook_profile": "https://www.facebook.com/Google/",
    "twitter_profile": "https://twitter.com/google"
}
Response Parameters
Field Type Description
company_name STRING The name of the company that the visitor works for.
company_domain STRING The top level domain for the company.
page_title STRING The title of the home page for the company domain.
page_description INTEGER The meta description of the home page for the company domain.
categories ARRAY of STRINGS A list of categories that the business fits in. See categories/industries for a complete list.
number_of_employees STRING The approximate number of employees working at the company.
company_revenue STRING The approximate yearly revenue for the company.
employees ARRAY OF ARRAYS Each element contains a name and title attribute for employees found working at the company.
visits INTEGER A total count of visitors to the website from this company over the past 90 days.
unique_visits INTEGER A total count of unique visitors to the website from this company over the past 90 days.
linkedin_profile STRING The profile URL of the company on LinkedIn.com.
facebook_profile STRING The profile URL of the company on Facebook.com.
twitter_profile STRING The profile URL of the company on Twitter.com.

Reports

Manage the reports that can be sent programmatically.

Create A Report

This endpoint allows one to create a report that will summarize activity for a website.

POST/v1/reports

Request Parameters
Field Type Description
site_id INTEGER The id of the site that information for the report will be populated with.
name STRING A name for the report. Useful for reference.
description STRING A description for the report. Useful for reference.
recipients STRING A comma separated list of emails to receive the report. If the type choosen is assigned, only one recipient is allowed.
frequency STRING The rate at which the report is generated. Acceptable values are monthly, weekly, and daily.
type STRING The type of report to send. One sends all leads, the other sends only those assigned to the recipient. Acceptable values are leads and assigned.
timezone STRING The timezone that the report will be received in. This helps deliver the report at 9am for the recipient. Available timezones are listed here.
Request Sample
curl https://api.websitez.com/v1/reports {
    "site_id": 1,
    "name": "Test Report",
    "description": "This is a test description.",
    "recipients": "test@test.com, joe@joe.com",
    "frequency": "monthly",
    "type": "leads",
    "timezone": "America/Los_Angeles"
}
Response Sample
{
    "user_id": 1,
    "site_id": 1,
    "name": "Test Report",
    "description": "This is a test description.",
    "recipients": "test@test.com, joe@joe.com",
    "frequency": "monthly",
    "type": "leads",
    "timezone": "America/Los_Angeles",
    "active": true,
    "timestamp": "2003-04-12 04:05:06"
}
Response Parameters
Field Type Description
user_id INTEGER The id of the user that created the report.
site_id INTEGER The id of the site that information for the report will be populated with.
name STRING A name for the report. Useful for reference.
description STRING A description for the report. Useful for reference.
recipients STRING A comma separated list of emails to receive the report. If the type choosen is assigned, only one recipient is allowed.
frequency STRING The rate at which the report is generated. Acceptable values are monthly, weekly, and daily.
type STRING The type of report to send. One sends all leads, the other sends only those assigned to the recipient. Acceptable values are leads and assigned.
timezone STRING The timezone that the report will be received in. This helps deliver the report at 9am for the recipient. Available timezones are listed here.
active BOOLEAN Whether the report is enabled or disabled.
timestamp DATETIME A timestamp of when the report was created.

View Reports

This endpoint retrieves a list of reports.

GET/v1/reports

Request Sample
curl https://api.websitez.com/v1/reports
Response Sample
{"reports": [{
    "user_id": 1,
    "site_id": 1,
    "name": "Test Report",
    "description": "This is a test description.",
    "recipients": "test@test.com, joe@joe.com",
    "frequency": "monthly",
    "type": "leads",
    "timezone": "America/Los_Angeles",
    "active": true,
    "timestamp": "2003-04-12 04:05:06"
}], "next_page": null}
Response Parameters
Field Type Description
user_id INTEGER The id of the user that created the report.
site_id INTEGER The id of the site that information for the report will be populated with.
name STRING A name for the report. Useful for reference.
description STRING A description for the report. Useful for reference.
recipients STRING A comma separated list of emails to receive the report. If the type choosen is assigned, only one recipient is allowed.
frequency STRING The rate at which the report is generated. Acceptable values are monthly, weekly, and daily.
type STRING The type of report to send. One sends all leads, the other sends only those assigned to the recipient. Acceptable values are leads and assigned.
timezone STRING The timezone that the report will be received in. This helps deliver the report at 9am for the recipient. Available timezones are listed here.
active BOOLEAN Whether the report is enabled or disabled.
timestamp DATETIME A timestamp of when the report was created.

View A Report

This endpoint retrieves details about a specific report.

GET/v1/reports/[report_id]

Request Parameters
Field Type Description
report_id INTEGER The id of the report that can be found in the /v1/reports endpoint.
Request Sample
curl https://api.websitez.com/v1/reports/1
Response Sample
{
    "user_id": 1,
    "site_id": 1,
    "name": "Test Report",
    "description": "This is a test description.",
    "recipients": "test@test.com, joe@joe.com",
    "frequency": "monthly",
    "type": "leads",
    "timezone": "America/Los_Angeles",
    "active": true,
    "timestamp": "2003-04-12 04:05:06"
}
Response Parameters
Field Type Description
user_id INTEGER The id of the user that created the report.
site_id INTEGER The id of the site that information for the report will be populated with.
name STRING A name for the report. Useful for reference.
description STRING A description for the report. Useful for reference.
recipients STRING A comma separated list of emails to receive the report. If the type choosen is assigned, only one recipient is allowed.
frequency STRING The rate at which the report is generated. Acceptable values are monthly, weekly, and daily.
type STRING The type of report to send. One sends all leads, the other sends only those assigned to the recipient. Acceptable values are leads and assigned.
timezone STRING The timezone that the report will be received in. This helps deliver the report at 9am for the recipient. Available timezones are listed here.
active BOOLEAN Whether the report is enabled or disabled.
timestamp DATETIME A timestamp of when the report was created.

Categories/Industries

Here is a list of our categories/industries for use in our API.

Timezones

Here is a list of our timezones for use in our API.

[
    "Etc/GMT+12",
    "Pacific/Midway",
    "Pacific/Honolulu",
    "US/Alaska",
    "America/Los_Angeles",
    "America/Tijuana",
    "US/Arizona",
    "America/Chihuahua",
    "US/Mountain",
    "America/Managua",
    "US/Central",
    "America/Mexico_City",
    "Canada/Saskatchewan",
    "America/Bogota",
    "US/Eastern",
    "US/East-Indiana",
    "Canada/Atlantic",
    "America/Caracas",
    "America/Manaus",
    "America/Santiago",
    "Canada/Newfoundland",
    "America/Sao_Paulo",
    "America/Argentina/Buenos_Aires",
    "America/Godthab",
    "America/Montevideo",
    "America/Noronha",
    "Atlantic/Cape_Verde",
    "Atlantic/Azores",
    "Africa/Casablanca",
    "Etc/Greenwich",
    "Europe/Amsterdam",
    "Europe/Belgrade",
    "Europe/Brussels",
    "Europe/Sarajevo",
    "Africa/Lagos",
    "Asia/Amman",
    "Europe/Athens",
    "Asia/Beirut",
    "Africa/Cairo",
    "Africa/Harare",
    "Europe/Helsinki",
    "Asia/Jerusalem",
    "Europe/Minsk",
    "Africa/Windhoek",
    "Asia/Kuwait",
    "Europe/Moscow",
    "Africa/Nairobi",
    "Asia/Tbilisi",
    "Asia/Tehran",
    "Asia/Muscat",
    "Asia/Baku",
    "Asia/Yerevan",
    "Asia/Kabul",
    "Asia/Yekaterinburg",
    "Asia/Karachi",
    "Asia/Calcutta",
    "Asia/Calcutta",
    "Asia/Katmandu",
    "Asia/Almaty",
    "Asia/Dhaka",
    "Asia/Rangoon",
    "Asia/Bangkok",
    "Asia/Krasnoyarsk",
    "Asia/Hong_Kong",
    "Asia/Kuala_Lumpur",
    "Asia/Irkutsk",
    "Australia/Perth",
    "Asia/Taipei",
    "Asia/Tokyo",
    "Asia/Seoul",
    "Asia/Yakutsk",
    "Australia/Adelaide",
    "Australia/Darwin",
    "Australia/Brisbane",
    "Australia/Canberra",
    "Australia/Hobart",
    "Pacific/Guam",
    "Asia/Vladivostok",
    "Asia/Magadan",
    "Pacific/Auckland",
    "Pacific/Fiji",
    "Pacific/Tongatapu"
]

Zapier

Our Zapier integration allows you to use Zapier to integrate with dozens of other services like SalesForce, HubSpot, Pipedrive, and more!

Record Website Visits

Recording visits requires a JavaScript snippet to be placed on every page you wish to record visits.

The following snippet can be copied and pasted onto your website. Don't forget to replace the TOKEN value with your actual token, which can be retrieved on the /v1/sites/view/[site_id] endpoint or through the website. This same JavaScript snippet with the correct TOKEN value can also be found there.

Website Personalization

Determine if the visitor is a company lead, then personalize your website however you wish to WOW your visitor.

It is important that the JavaScript code to listen for events is placed before the JavaScript code that triggers the event.

Listen For Event

As an example, if the visitor was from Google, LLC, it would print Welcome visitor from Google, LLC and domain google.com

Trigger Event

The following snippet can be copied and pasted onto your website. Don't forget to replace the TOKEN value with your actual token, which can be retrieved on the /v1/sites/view/[site_id] endpoint or through the website. This same JavaScript snippet with the correct TOKEN value can also be found there.

Bootstrap Example

The following is a full example for a website built with Bootstrap.

Websitez.com

Our service turns anonymous website visitors into valuable leads and allows websites to personalize their content to each visitor.