Output Response - Company Enrichment API

Detailed information on the output response returned by the Company Enrichment API

Response Data Structure

Here is an example response from the Company Enrichment API:

{
    "status": 200,
    "id": "google",
    "name": "google",
     "founded": "1998",
     ...
}
Full Output Response (click to expand)
{
  "status": 200,
  "name": "google",
  "size": "10001+",
  "employee_count": 260979,
  "id": "google",
  "founded": 1998,
  "industry": "internet",
  "location": {
    "name": "mountain view, california, united states",
    "locality": "mountain view",
    "region": "california",
    "metro": "san francisco, california",
    "country": "united states",
    "continent": "north america",
    "street_address": "1600 amphitheatre parkway",
    "address_line_2": null,
    "postal_code": "94043",
    "geo": null
  },
  "linkedin_id": "1441",
  "linkedin_url": "linkedin.com/company/google",
  "facebook_url": "facebook.com/google",
  "twitter_url": "twitter.com/google",
  "profiles": [
    "linkedin.com/company/google",
    "linkedin.com/company/1441",
    "facebook.com/google",
    "twitter.com/google",
    "crunchbase.com/organization/google"
  ],
  "website": "google.com",
  "ticker": "GOOGL",
  "type": "public",
  "summary": "google\u2019s mission is to organize the world\u2018s information and make it universally accessible and useful. since our founding in 1998, google has grown by leaps and bounds. from offering search in a single language we now offer dozens of products and services\u2014including various forms of advertising and web applications for all kinds of tasks\u2014in scores of languages. and starting from two computer science students in a university dorm room, we now have thousands of employees and offices around the world. a lot has changed since the first google search engine appeared. but some things haven\u2019t changed: our dedication to our users and our belief in the possibilities of the internet itself.",
  "tags": [
    "online video",
    "artificial intelligence",
    "mobile",
    "android",
    "cloud",
    "machine learning",
    "virtual reality",
    "apps",
    "software",
    "ads"
  ],
  "headline": null,
  "alternative_names": [
    "google inc.",
    "google, social marketing tools",
    "google, inc.",
    "google inc",
    "google, inc",
    "google summer of code",
    "google maps",
    "google ireland",
    "wildfire, a division of google",
    "wildfire interactive, inc."
  ],
  "alternative_domains": [
    "googlevideo.com",
    "google.nl",
    "google.pt",
    "gkecnapps.cn",
    "youtube.com",
    "youtu.be",
    "youtubeeducation.com",
    "gstatic.cn",
    "youtubekids.com",
    "googleadapis.com"
  ],
  "affiliated_profiles": [
    "youtube",
    "google-cloud",
    "think-with-google",
    "google-ads-",
    "googleworkspace",
    "google-analytics",
    "googlemarketingplatform",
    "google-ad-manager",
    "grow-with-google",
    "google-cloud-partners",
    "google-for-startups",
    "google-small-business",
    "x",
    "google-partners",
    "rework-with-google",
    "googleplaydev",
    "googleadmob",
    "google-user-research.",
    "google-news-initiative",
    "adometry"
  ],
  "likelihood": 4
}

Response Fields

data.*

Field Name

Type

Description

data

Object

The matched profile record containing fields from our Company Schema. Any fields in the profile record that do not contain any data will have a null value.

The data field includes all information for the record matching the input. The subfields of the data object correspond to the fields in our Company Schema. Any field in the profile record that doesn't have associated information will have a null value. See the Response Data Structure section above for an example of this data structure.


status

Field Name

Type

Description

status

Int

API Response Code


likelihood

Field Name

Type

Description

likelihood

Int

The degree of confidence is represented by the likelihood field in the API response. The likelihood field is an integer between 1 and 10 that represents how confident we are that the company returned is the same as the company requested. The minimum likelihood score a response must have in order to return a 200 can be controlled in the API request by using the min_likelihood parameter, as described below.

Likelihood Score

Every match that the API finds during the enrichment process is assigned a likelihood score, which is an integer between 1 - 10, representing the confidence that the returned profile is the same as the profile requested. A score of 1 represents a very low confidence level, and a 10 represents the highest degree of confidence. The likelihood score is logarithmic, so a response that returns a likelihood score of 2 will have roughly a 10-30% chance of being the same company as the one requested.

You can use the min_likelihood parameter (as described below) in your API request to specify a threshold likelihood score that you want the response to meet or exceed.

Controlling What Counts As A Successful Response

You can use these parameters to describe the characteristics that an API response must have to return a 200:

Parameter Name     DescriptionDefault
min_likelihoodThe minimum likelihood score a response must have to return a 200.2
requiredSpecifies the fields and data points a response must have to return a 200.

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