We’re shutting down this API in December 2010. For further details, please see the Deprecated Services blog post.
Discover who visits your favorite sites, including your own! MyBlogLog powers the Recent Reader widget seen on many blog sidebars which feature photos of a sites' most recent readers. Use the API to query the MyBlogLog social network and pull meta-data associated with our user and site profiles. The MyBlogLog API enables social networking services on demand.
To access data via the Yahoo! Developer Network, you will need to nail down an API Key of your very own. It's quick, free, and painless, and will help us enormously as we continue to expand our services.
The MyBlogLog API has the following methods:
Get list of community authors.
Get information about a community.
Find community id by name.
Find community by associated tag.
Get list of community members.
Get list of community messages.
Get recent users for a community.
Find shared readers across two communities.
Send a message to all your community members.
Get tags for a community.
Get updates from member's New with My Neighborhood feed.
Get updates from member's New with Me feed.
Updates your MyBlogLog profile.
Update your MyBlogLog service id's.
Get communities that a member has joined.
Get list of members' contacts.
Add messages to member profile.
Get messages for a member.
Delete a message from a member's profile page.
Report a message as spam.
Find member_id by username.
Get member profile data including tags, sites authored, third party service IDs, and most recent communities joined.
Find a MyBlogLog member by GUID.
Lookup a member by service and their id.
Get public messages for a member.
Get a list of tags for a member.
Return list of member_id by tag.
Get all your stats for your MyBlogLog community. This includes daily summary, top referrers, top outgoing clicks and top pageviews.
Test echo with random text message.
We have the perfect console to help you get started for testing.
The MyBlogLog web services are limited to non-commercial use only. See information on our Usage Policy to learn about acceptable uses.