Integration spotlight: BuiltWith

Overview

Ever been on someone’s website and wanted to know what software technologies they use? Or how well ranked their domain is?

Well, with our BuiltWith integration, you can enrich a company domain, get the tech stack, and also the associated keywords quickly and easily :metal:t3:!

API limits and pricing

Except for DOMAIN_TECH_STACK_COUNTS_BUILTWITH(), each function execution costs $0.01 and returns as much information as is available in BuiltWith and fits within dashdash’s cell limits.

Functions

Our BuiltWith integration offers these functions:

Function Description
DOMAIN_INFO_BUILTWITH Get details to enrich a given domain.
DOMAIN_KEYWORDS_BUILTWITH Get the keywords connected with a given domain.
DOMAIN_TECH_STACK_BUILTWITH Get the tech stack for a specific domain.
DOMAIN_TECH_STACK_COUNTS_BUILTWITH Get the tech stack counts by category for a given domain.

DOMAIN_INFO_BUILTWITH

Use DOMAIN_INFO_BUILTWITH() to enrich information about the domain, including the company name, Majestic and Alexa ranks, contact details, and industry. Use the Domain info recommended row to get some key details about the domain.

Syntax
DOMAIN_INFO_BUILTWITH(domain)

Parameter Mandatory Description
domain Yes The website domain of the company. For example: "uber.com"

Example

To get detailed information about stripe.com:

=DOMAIN_INFO_BUILTWITH("stripe.com")

Domain info example

DOMAIN_KEYWORDS_BUILTWITH

Use DOMAIN_KEYWORDS_BUILTWITH() to get the keywords that are associated with a domain. This is particularly useful if you want to perform some SEO on your own website. To get all the keywords quickly into a table, use the Keywords recommended table.

Syntax
DOMAIN_KEYWORDS_BUILTWITH(domain)

Parameter Mandatory Description
domain Yes The website domain of the company. For example: "uber.com"

Example

To get the keywords associated with apple.com:

=DOMAIN_KEYWORDS_BUILTWITH("apple.com")

Domain keywords example

DOMAIN_TECH_STACK_BUILTWITH

Use DOMAIN_TECH_STACK_BUILTWITH() to get a comprehensive list of the technologies used by the domain. Additionally, you have the option to either only get technologies currently being used or both past and present technologies. And to make things that much easier, use the Tech stack recommended table to get all the technologies quickly into a table. Or use the Domain info recommended row to get some key details about the domain.

Syntax
DOMAIN_TECH_STACK_BUILTWITH(domain, [live_only])

Parameter Mandatory Description
domain Yes The website domain of the company. For example: "uber.com"
live_only Yes A Boolean value indicating whether to only show technologies that are currently being used by the site. Choose either:
- TRUE (default) to show only current technologies
- FALSE to show both live and past technologies

Example

To get the current technologies used by bolt.com:

=DOMAIN_TECH_STACK_BUILTWITH("bolt.com")

Domain tech stack example

DOMAIN_TECH_STACK_COUNTS_BUILTWITH

Use DOMAIN_TECH_STACK_COUNTS_BUILTWITH() to get the count of each technology type used - pretty useful for lead and account scoring. Also, to make things easier, use the Technology groups recommended table to immediately get all the counts in a table.

Syntax
DOMAIN_TECH_STACK_COUNTS_BUILTWITH(domain)

Parameter Mandatory Description
domain Yes The website domain of the company. For example: "uber.com"

Example

To get the count of technologies used by uber.com:

=DOMAIN_TECH_STACK_COUNTS_BUILTWITH("uber.com")

Domain tech stack counts example

Summary

And that’s it! Using our BuiltiWith integration couldn’t be easier - and the information you can glean from it is perfect for SEO optimization, competitor tracking, or lead and account scoring.

And if you’re not sure where to start, then make sure to check out our templates:

Now go, and shine bright like a builder :rocket:!

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