Local Falcon API

The Local Falcon API delivers virtually unlimited possibilities to view ranking data, share of local voice (SoLV) metrics, and more. Get valuable data from any Google Maps listing without going through the predefined Local Falcon user interface. 

Why Use Our API?

  • Flexibility. The API can be integrated into any application, portal, widget, or dashboard.

  • Control over the data. Display and analyze only what is relevant to you for more efficient analysis and marketing intelligence.

  • Enhance your own reporting. Visualize local map ranking data through your own custom user interface.

How you use the API is up to you!

Local Falcon offers two different types of API access:

  1. Data Retrieval API: Use the normal Local Falcon web dashboard interface to create and automate scans. Then use the API to pull the resulting scan data into your custom reporting tool. 

Ideal for those who want to: 

  • Sort and analyze ranking data and SoLV metrics in a customized manner
  • Visualize ranking data in any kind of application or dashboard!

With any subscription level of $49.99 or higher, the data retrieval API is free!

    2. On-Demand Scan API: Maintain full control over the input and output of Local Falcon data. Use the API to build your own custom interface and reporting.

Ideal for those who want to:

  • Wish to bypass the Local Falcon web dashboard 
  • Analyze large data sets
  • Build a white-label client-facing interface 
  • Sort and analyze the data in a customized way
  • Visualize ranking data in any kind of application or dashboard!
  • Better control data calls (and save money)

Getting Started

Ready to start integrating with Local Falcon API? You can be up and running in just a few short steps.

  1. Create an account on Local Falcon 
  2. Choose the API package that suits your needs 
    1. On-Demand API Account ($199/month + $0.0032/call data fees)
    2. Data Retrieval API, any Basic, Pro, Premium or Enterprise level package 
  3.  Get your API Key

Read the Documentation

Want to find out more? Read the full API documentation.