Go Back In Time
Gnip offers a number of Historical products that give you complete, enterprise-grade access to the full archive of public Twitter data. Whether you need instant access to analyze a trending topic or have a long-term research project that needs years of data, we can provide the historical data you need.
Do you need to analyze social data from months or years ago? With Historical PowerTrack you have complete, enterprise-grade access to the full archive of public Twitter data, dating back to the very first Tweet from March 21, 2006. Learn more
30-Day Search API
Gnip's 30-Day Search API for Twitter gives you complete and instant access to the last 30-days of Twitter data. Build powerful new solutions for your customers with easy and immediate access to the most recent Twitter data. Learn more
Full-Archive Search API
Gnip's Full-Archive Search API for Twitter gives you complete and instant access to the full corpus of historical Twitter data. Build powerful new solutions for your customers with easy and immediate access to any Tweet, ever. Learn more
Social Media Monitoring
With access to the past six years of social data you can easily analyze and track historical trends and events associated with a particular brand or product.
With access to historical social data you can now backtest models and refine strategies to understand how incorporating Twitter data generates additional signal.
When you include over six years of social data into your data offerings, your customers can easily identify correlations with key business metrics like inventory and revenue.
Historical social data allows you to quickly compare past and present campaigns and improve the forecasting of future campaigns based on historical data.
We had an urgent need for a substantial chunk of historical Twitter data for an internal project. When Gnip delivered the data, we were thrilled and impressed.
Our new customers see immediate time to value by having up to a month's worth of data about their brand available to them the moment they start.