This article contains a description for all of the Dataprovider.com transforms which are available through their hub item. The transform unique names are in bold and its display name is given in brackets next to it.


DomainToIP (To IP [Dataprovider.com])

Transforms all domain names to the IP address(es) known for this domain name. Domain refers to the body of the URL: the middle part of the complete domain name. This is a unique domain that serves as an identifier for a website. For example: dataprovider.com is the domain for the website www.dataprovider.com.


DomainToIncomingLinks  (To Incoming Links [Dataprovider.com])

This will return all domains that refer or mention this domain name on their page (Incoming external traffic by links). Domain refers to the body of the URL: the middle part of the complete domain name. This is a unique domain that serves as an identifier for a website. For example: dataprovider.com is the domain for the website www.dataprovider.com.


DomainToPrimaryEmail (To IP [Dataprovider.com])

Gives the primary e-mail address of a domain. E-mail address refers to the main e-mail address a company provides on its website. This one is selected because it is used on classified pages such as the contact page, or because it is repeated multiple times. This field only contains general e-mail addresses, not personal ones. Domain refers to the body of the URL: the middle part of the complete domain name. This is a unique domain that serves as an identifier for a website. For example: dataprovider.com is the domain for the website www.dataprovider.com.


DomainToAllEmailAddresses (To Email (all) [Dataprovider.com])

This will give all the e-mail addresses know to belong to this domain.

These e-mail addresses are all e-mail addresses we found on this domain including personal e-mail addresses. Domain refers to the body of the URL: the middle part of the complete domain name. This is a unique domain that serves as an identifier for a website. For example: dataprovider.com is the domain for the website www.dataprovider.com.


DomainToPrimaryPhoneNumber (To Phonenumber (primary) [Dataprovider.com])

Phone number refers to the primary phone number on a website. Our spider starts out by looking for a phone number on the home page and carries out the same procedure for all other indexed pages. The phone number that appears the most is considered the primary phone number. Domain refers to the body of the URL: the middle part of the complete domain name. This is a unique domain that serves as an identifier for a website. For example: dataprovider.com is the domain for the website www.dataprovider.com.

 

DomainToAllPhoneNumbers (To Phonenumbers (all) [Dataprovider.com])

Gives all phone numbers found on this domain. Domain refers to the body of the URL: the middle part of the complete domain name. This is a unique domain that serves as an identifier for a website. For example: dataprovider.com is the domain for the website www.dataprovider.com.


DomainToReverseIPS (To IP’s [Dataprovider.com])

This will return all IP addresses that belong to the particular domain by conducting a reverse DNS-lookup of the particular domain name. Domain refers to the body of the URL: the middle part of the complete domain name. This is a unique domain that serves as an identifier for a website. For example: dataprovider.com is the domain for the website www.dataprovider.com.


DomainToReverseSubdomains (To Subdomains [Dataprovider.com])

This will return all subdomains that belong to the particular domain by conducting a reverse DNS-lookup of the particular domain name. Domain refers to the body of the URL: the middle part of the complete domain name. This is a unique domain that serves as an identifier for a website. For example: dataprovider.com is the domain for the website www.dataprovider.com.


EmailToDomain (To Domain [Dataprovider.com])

Returns all domains on which the spiders found this e-mail address. Domain refers to the body of the URL: the middle part of the complete domain name. This is a unique domain that serves as an identifier for a website. For example: dataprovider.com is the domain for the website www.dataprovider.com.


EmailToWebsite (To Website [Dataprovider.com])

This will return all hostnames – excluding (sub)domains – related to this e-mail address. The hostname is the complete address where a website is located. It consists of a subdomain, a domain and a top-level domain. For example: the hostname ‘maps.google.com’ includes the domain ‘google.com’, a subdomain ‘maps’, and a top-level domain ‘com’. A domain can hold multiple subdomains and thus multiple hostnames.


EmailToAllEmailAddresses (To Email (all) [Dataprovider.com])

This will give all the e-mail addresses connected to this e-mail address. If available, the spiders registered other e-mail addresses on the websites the particular e-mail address was found on.

 

EmailToPrimaryPhoneNumber  (To Phonenumber (primary) [Dataprovider.com])

Returns all primary phone numbers the spiders found on the same websites as the particular e-mail address. Our spider starts out by looking for a phone number on the home page and carries out the same procedure for all other indexed pages. The phone number that appears the most is considered the primary phone number.


EmailToAllPhoneNumbers (To Phonenumber (all) [Dataprovider.com])

Gives all phone numbers the spiders found on websites where this particular e-mail address appears as well.


EmailToSocialProfiles (To Social Profiles [Dataprovider.com])

Returns all social media profiles the spiders found on websites where the particular e-mail address was found as well. Social media profiles are the addresses (URLs) of the social media profiles found on a website. This contains all profiles found on the indexed pages, such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and several others.


EmailToIP (To IP [Dataprovider.com])

Will return all IPs related to the websites on which the spiders found this particular e-mail address. The IP address refers to the number of the server that contains a website. Each website has an IP address. A website can have multiple IP addresses when it is hosted at multiple locations, so this field can contain multiple addresses.


EmailToCompany (To Company [Dataprovider.com])

Company refers to the name of a company that owns the website on which the spiders found a particular e-mail address. Proprietary techniques are used to retrieve the name of the company. If no name can be found on the website, this transform returns no data.

 

PhoneToPrimaryEmail (To Email (primary) [Dataprovider.com])

Returns the primary e-mail address found by our spiders on the same websites the particular phone number has been found. E-mail address refers to the main e-mail address a company provides on its website. This one is selected because it is used on classified pages such as the contact page, or because it is repeated multiple times. This field only contains general e-mail addresses, not personal ones.


PhoneToAllEmailAddresses (To Phonenumbers (all) [Dataprovider.com])

Returns all e-mail addresses found by the spiders on websites the particular phone number appears on.

 

PhoneToAllPhoneNumbers (To Phonenumbers (all) [Dataprovider.com])

Returns all phone numbers found by our spiders on websites the particular phone number appears on. All phone numbers are found by indexing all the pages of a website.

 

PhoneToSocialProfiles (To Social Profiles [Dataprovider.com])

Returns all social media profiles the spiders found on websites where the particular phone number appears. Social media profiles are the addresses (URLs) of the social media profiles found on a website. This contains all profiles found on the indexed pages, such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and several others.


PhoneToIP (To IP [Dataprovider.com])

This will return all IPs related to the websites on which the particular phone number appears. The IP address refers to the number of the server that contains a website. Each website has an IP address. A website can have multiple IP addresses when it is hosted at multiple locations, so this field can contain multiple addresses.


PhoneToCompany (To Company [Dataprovider.com])

Company refers to the name of a company that owns the website where our spiders found the particular phone number. Proprietary techniques are used to retrieve the name of the company. If no name can be found on the website, this transform returns no data.


PhoneToDomain (To Domain [Dataprovider.com])

Returns all domains on which the spiders found this particular phone number. Domain refers to the body of the URL: the middle part of the complete domain name. This is a unique domain that serves as an identifier for a website. For example: dataprovider.com is the domain for the website www.dataprovider.com.


PhoneToWebsite (To Website [Dataprovider.com])

Returns the hostnames of website on which the spiders found the particular phone number. The hostname is the complete address where a website is located. It consists of a subdomain, a domain and a top-level domain. For example: the hostname ‘maps.google.com’ includes the domain ‘google.com’, a subdomain ‘maps’, and a top-level domain ‘com’. A domain can hold multiple subdomains and thus multiple hostnames.

 

IPToPrimaryEmail (To Email (primary) [Dataprovider.com])

This will return the primary e-mail address the spiders found on websites related to this particular IP address. E-mail address refers to the main e-mail address a company provides on its website. This one is selected because it is used on classified pages such as the contact page, or because it is repeated multiple times. This field only contains general e-mail addresses, not personal ones.

 

IPToAllEmailAddresses (To Email (all) [Dataprovider.com])

This will give all the e-mail addresses known to belong to the particular IP. These are all e-mail addresses found on the websites related to this IP.


IPToPrimaryPhoneNumber (To PhoneNumber (primary) [Dataprovider.com])

Returns the primary phone number the spiders found on websites related to the particular IP address. Our spider starts out by looking for a phone number on the home page and carries out the same procedure for all other indexed pages. The phone number that appears the most is considered the primary phone number.


IPToAllPhoneNumbers (To PhoneNumbers (all) [Dataprovider.com])

Returns all phone numbers found by our spiders on websites related to the particular IP address. All phone numbers are found by indexing all the pages of a website.


IPToSocialProfiles (To Social Profiles [Dataprovider.com])

This gives all social media profiles found by the spiders on websites related to this particular IP address. Social media profiles are the addresses (URLs) of the social media profiles found on a website. This contains all profiles found on the indexed pages, such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and several others.


IPToCompany (To Company [Dataprovider.com])

Company refers to the name of a company that owns the website(s) related to the particular IP address. Proprietary techniques are used to retrieve the name of the company. If no name can be found on the website, this transform returns no data.


IPToDomain (To Domain [Dataprovider.com])

Will return the domain(s) that belong to the particular IP address. Domain refers to the body of the URL: the middle part of the complete domain name. This is a unique domain that serves as an identifier for a website. For example: dataprovider.com is the domain for the website www.dataprovider.com.

 

IPToWebsite (To Website [Dataprovider.com])

Gives the hostname(s) that correspond to the particular IP address. The hostname is the complete address where a website is located. It consists of a subdomain, a domain and a top-level domain. For example: the hostname ‘maps.google.com’ includes the domain ‘google.com’, a subdomain ‘maps’, and a top-level domain ‘com’. A domain can hold multiple subdomains and thus multiple hostnames.


WebsiteToDomain 
(To Domain [Dataprovider.com])

Will return all domains that belong to the particular hostname. For example, if a hostname like paterva.com has related (sub)domains like www.dataprovider.com or jobs.dataprovider.com, it will return these. Domain refers to the body of the URL: the middle part of the complete domain name. This is a unique domain that serves as an identifier for a website. For example: dataprovider.com is the domain for the website www.dataprovider.com.


WebsiteToPrimaryEmail (To Email (primary) [Dataprovider.com])

Returns the primary e-mail address of the particular hostname. E-mail address refers to the main e-mail address a company provides on its website. This one is selected because it is used on classified pages such as the contact page, or because it is repeated multiple times. This field only contains general e-mail addresses, not personal ones.


WebsiteToAllEmailAddresses (To Emails (all) [Dataprovider.com])

This will give all e-mail addresses known to belong to the particular website. These are all e-mail addresses that are connected to this website. The hostname is the complete address where a website is located. It consists of a subdomain, a domain and a top-level domain. For example: the hostname ‘maps.google.com’ includes the domain ‘google.com’, a subdomain ‘maps’, and a top-level domain ‘com’. A domain can hold multiple subdomains and thus multiple hostnames.


WebsiteToPrimaryPhoneNumber (To Phonenumber (primary) [Dataprovider.com])

Phone number refers to the primary phone number of the particular website. Our spider starts out by looking for a phone number on the home page and carries out the same procedure for all other indexed pages. The phone number that appears the most is considered the primary phone number.


WebsiteToAllPhoneNumbers (To Phonenumbers (all) [Dataprovider.com])

Will return all phone numbers the spiders found on the particular website.

 

WebsiteToSocialProfiles  To Social Profiles [Dataprovider.com])

Returns all social media profiles the spiders found on the particular website. Social media profiles are the addresses (URLs) of the social media profiles found on a website. This contains all profiles found on the indexed pages, such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and several others.


WebsiteToCompany (To Company [Dataprovider.com])

Company refers to the name of a company that owns the particular website. Proprietary techniques are used to retrieve the name of the company. If no name can be found on the website, this transform returns no data.

 

WebsiteToReverseSubdomains (To Subdomains [Dataprovider.com])

This will return all subdomains that belong to the particular website by conducting a reverse DNS-lookup of the particular hostname. The hostname is the complete address where a website is located. It consists of a subdomain, a domain and a top-level domain. For example: the hostname ‘maps.google.com’ includes the domain ‘google.com’, a subdomain ‘maps’, and a top-level domain ‘com’. A domain can hold multiple subdomains and thus multiple hostnames.


WebsiteToReverseIPS (To IP’s [Dataprovider.com])

This will return all IP addresses that belong to the particular website by conducting a reverse DNS-lookup of the particular hostname. The hostname is the complete address where a website is located. It consists of a subdomain, a domain and a top-level domain. For example: the hostname ‘maps.google.com’ includes the domain ‘google.com’, a subdomain ‘maps’, and a top-level domain ‘com’. A domain can hold multiple subdomains and thus multiple hostnames.


WebsiteToIncomingLinks  (To Incoming Links [Dataprovider.com])

This will return all domains that refer or mention this domain name on their page (Incoming external traffic by links). Domain refers to the body of the URL: the middle part of the complete domain name. This is a unique domain that serves as an identifier for a website. For example: dataprovider.com is the domain for the website www.dataprovider.com.


WebsiteToIP (To IP [Dataprovider.com])

Returns the IP address that belongs to the particular website.