Search Engines like Google, Yahoo, Bing etc. lets you search the information that any websites wants to give. Where as NerdyData searches through the source code of any website and gives related information about any search keyword. A useful application for all the Analysts, which lets you track your competitors or to find out current trends, or to discover where a URL is hot-linked further.
NerdyData for Analysts
NerdyData lets the end-user (Analyst) to search through and fetch the front end code (HTML/CSS/JS) of approx. 160 million sites. The backend site of NerdyData has an inbuilt crawler which has crawled through millions of sites and will help SEO/Marketing Analyst to analyse and use this information intelligently for their benefit. The site allows you to search and analyse things by giving you competition prospective about there online strategy.
NerdyData for Developers
NerdyData allows the developer to search for code to find exact coding modules from the strong database of 160 million sites, which is one of the unique property of this website. Allowing the users to quickly & effectively search and utilize code for their benefit. On top of that, NerdyData takes into consideration the edge that the developer will get by knowing the competitions strategy or usage of same functions on the competitor’s website.
The idea behind the whole concept is very simple yet unique in its own fashion. It’s offering to the end user to achieve competitive edge or advantage over its competitors in the business is its unique selling point. The free account on NerdyData will allow the user to search 200 times per month and 10 results per query, with a professional account costing $99 per month, it will allow 1,200 searches and up to 5,000 results per query. Similarly, for enterprise account, it will cost $149/month, and will allow the user to search 3,000 times per month and for every query 100,000 results.
Good tool, highly effective in the domain of SEO/Online marketing by providing competitive advantage, and for the developers to find code snippets. Various service options for membership will serve variety of user base and will be highly effective. The only things which appears to be a little different from all the different prospective of using NerdyData service is the aspect when you consider the ethics around the approach. The same functionality is available to every user on the web, that is, to write click and view source code for the client side script. However to provide a database of entire client side code of various sites is kind of unethical in nature. Try it out from this link.