Twingly covers the global blogosphere

We index more than 1 million blog posts per day, from all over the world. We add 20.000 new blogs every day and if that is not enough, you can easily add more yourself and we will cover them for you. Through our easy integrated APIs you get access to all of them at your fingertips!

API Services


Our advanced search engine.

  • Search in blogs and get instant results in XML
  • 12 months of history
  • Search across one, several, or all languages
  • Combine and refine your query with our query language
  • One and two letter word search
  • Search for tags in blog posts


Our blog firehose, get all blog posts in real time.

  • Subscribe to an XML-feed of blog data for one or several languages
  • Get all data per language and extract results using your own search tools
  • Backfill support if you need to do maintenance

Craving for more API details - check our Technical Documentation



55 languages

We index blogs in 55 languages and add new ones upon request. Check out our fresh numbers of coverage per language

Blog rank

Each blog have an individual Blog Rank that determines how influential it is amongst blogs in the same language.

Spam Detection

We have advanced systems not only to secure what we let in to our systems, but also powerful tools to detect and remove spam.

real time status

You can track our blog data collection by the minute, as well as see how well our APIs perform.

What customers say

We have a long and good relationship with Twingly, they are an important component for us to be able to deliver the best blog coverage on the market.
— Kristopher Stenkula, CEO at Notified
Blogs are a very important part of the online conversations that are taking place around our customers’ brands and products. It is essential that clients have a complete picture of the social conversations happening around their brand and many of these conversations happen on blogs.
— Rob Begg, VP Marketing at Radian6

From the Twingly Blog

Back to the Nordic roots

by Pontus Edenberg

We at Twingly have been delivering Nordic blog data since 2006 and have for a long time considered ourselves as the market leader in Scandinavia. However, in our quest to find blogs in the different corners of the world we started to feel...


Language detection changes

by Robin Wallin

Historically, when trying to identify the language of a given blog post, we have only been looking at the post's raw text, i.e. the post's body text, stripped from HTML. In general this works very well, given that the body text is "long enough".