For those of you needing a comma separated list of SIC codes in a csv file, here you go!
There’s got to be a way to easily mash data from an API with an external list without too much programming. This video explains an idea for a product called OpenAPIMasher, which allows a user to mash a CSV file with data from an API. It uses a client-side HTML5 database for confidentiality. And to make the application more secure, it deletes that data store when the user confirms the mash is complete.
If you would like to contribute to the project or use the project, please leave a comment.
A stock & custom promotional display catalog arrives in David’s mailbox. But, David’s in interactive advertising and will never need to buy those products. They could have figured that out by crawling engeljournal.com, which they already had on file.
Now, David will have to discard that catalog. It’s sad to see a tree die in vain.
I’ve decided to start compiling all the stupid mistakes that B2B marketers/sales people make because of bad data. Here’s #1:
Here is a list of 5,000 random domains. You can use this if you’re doing any sort of research where you need a random sample of domains. At this time, there are approximately 119,832,805 domains with extensions on in this list (“the population”). If I calculated the margin of error (“confidence interval”) correctly, this sample size represents a 1.819% margin of error for the given population.
David shares his views on intelligence. “Intelligence is two things… maybe three. 1 = having knowledge (data points or dots); 2 = connecting the dots; 3 = learning (getting more dots).”