Archived Web Data: Analyze the Past to Predict the Future
Supercharge your research and analysis with extensive coverage of archived web datasets
going as far back as 2008
Webhose Archived Data Features
Feed your business analysis tools with over 100TB of historical content, leverage structured, machine-readable data from multiple sources including news, blogs, reviews, and more.
Advanced features include:
Extensive Global Coverage
Access historical feeds covering over 10 years’ worth of data from across the globe and gain a detailed understanding of your market.
Get structured, machine-readable datasets in XML or JSON formats and easily mine the data for analytical insights.
Find the data you’re looking for to conduct granular analyses and build the datasets you actually need.
Access a huge repository of data feeds without having to worry about covering extra fees. Flexible, commitment-free plans available.
How Companies Use Webhose Archived Data Feeds
Correlate data against stock performance over time, detect trends and predict the market with 10 years’ worth of featured articles from thousands of sources. Predict the market and stay ahead of your competition. Learn more
See where the market has gone and where it can go with access to over 100TB of historical data. Extract relevant web content to help shape product launches and determine where and how to shape your business footprint. Learn more
AI & Machine Learning
Use NLP, machine learning and sentiment analysis to unveil hidden insights. With extensive data spanning as far back as 2008, easily build and train machine models to improve and automate your business goals. Learn more
Media & Web Monitoring
Improve your coverage and gain perspective on brands you’re managing with historical data across thousands of sources. Create a better brand equity and ensure you’re ahead of your competition. Learn more
How Webhose Archived Data Work
Our archived data offer a huge repository of sources comprised of news, reviews, blogs, forums and online discussions. Filter and create datasets covering particular topics, organizations, time periods and more. To get started, simply create a Webhose account, run your search query and get results in JSON or XML formats.