Enhance your site's content by embedding Extractiv functionality into its pages. Whether you're the New York Times, or Jane D. Mommy Blogger, you can provide your audience with sophisticated content understanding on the data they care about. Extractiv will process the pages on your site or any URL of their choosing. Taking advantage of this functionality is easy -- no Java programming required. Simply drop in a small HTML snippet and our servers will do the rest (pun intended). The result is a new perspective on existing content, with named entities and relations highlighted and organized.
There are two ways you can leverage Extractiv on your site. The first is with the Get Semantics button, which will process the current page. You can embed this into the template for your blog, so it shows up with every blog post like a Tweet or Digg button. Try clicking on the one at the bottom of this blog post.
To add, use this snippet:
The way second way you can embed Extractiv is with the Process URL bar. This will let a user process any URL of their choosing.
To add to your website, just drop in this snippet:
For more information on embedding Extractiv into your site, including how to have it process just part of your page (like a single blog post), check out our docs.