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Company Logo API

Engineeringby Alex MacCaw on January 01, 2021

Clearbit's free Logo API is still available here in 2021 — and still completely free. We never found anything that catered well to company logos. And yet there's a lot of clear use-cases ranging from setting an organization's default image on signup to pulling in logos next to job listings. Clearbit Logo API The API is incredibly simple, taking a company's domain and returning an image. GET https://logo.clearbit.com/:domain Behind the scenes we're using Clearbit's Company API [https://clear

Introducing ultimate parent to Clearbit Enrichment API

Engineeringby Emily Brown on April 16, 2019

We've added a new data attribute to Clearbit's Company Enrichment API: ultimate parent. Bring full context of your accounts' hierarchy into view — so your team can stay up to speed on new acquisitions and know when they're in conversation with the same parent company.

The software integrations you should be building

Engineeringby Trevor Sookraj on August 01, 2018

Each year, 85 million startups are born. So if you want to build an integration, where on earth do you start? We sought to uncover which tech offers the best opportunities for integration so you can access brand new markets and thousands of potential customers.

Clearbit OAuth API

Engineeringby Alex MacCaw on January 10, 2017

Clearbit was founded on a powerful idea: that we can catalyze innovation by creating simple building blocks. The first stage of the plan was our APIs [https://clearbit.com/docs]. By abstracting person & company data behind simple interfaces, you can build some powerful tools. We've already seen thousands of companies do just that - Segment [https://segment.com], for example, combined two of our APIs to automatically email qualified companies who visit their site. The second stage is the Clearb

Postmortem of yesterday's downtime

Companyby Alex MacCaw on June 10, 2016

Yesterday we had a bad outage. From 22:25 to 22:58 most of our servers were down and serving 503 errors. As is common with these scenarios the cause was cascading failures which we go into detail below. Every day we serve millions of API requests, and thousands of businesses depend on us - we deeply regret downtime of any nature, but it's also an opportunity for us to learn and make sure it doesn't happen in the future. Below is yesterday's postmortem. We've taken several steps to remove singl

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