LinkedIn uses GeoUrn Codes to identify locations in the browser url.
For example, if you want to see all the jobs in London, United Kingdom, you would need the GeoUrn for London, which is 102257491
We also provide a reverse lookup so that providing the code we can provide the locations in the format, for e.g. "London, England, United Kingdom".
This database contains about 30,000 (global) GeoUrn codes for major cities around the world.
We are constantly updating our database with new GeoUrns.
Note, one credit is consumed for each person returned.
What does it do?
Cost: 1 credit / up to 7 matches
Finds the location GeoUrn code city, region or country name.
When would I use it?
I have: Identifying information about a city, region or country in the form of a GeoUrn code or a named string, for e.g. "Liverpool, England, United Kingdom"
I want: I want to update a search but need to location code that LinkedIn uses.
For e.g. I have a to target a number of people in in specific city, region or country. I want to get a clearer view of how many persons are available in those locations.
Please check out the following pages for more information on the Location API:
|A quick hands-on introduction to the API with simple code examples.
|Detailed descriptions of the technical specifications and usage constraints.
|In-depth explanations of the input parameters that the API supports.
|In-depth explanations of the output response object that the API returns.
|A collection of functional code examples and walkthroughs that illustrate various use cases and applications of the API.
|Answers to commonly asked questions and other good-to-know information.
|Preview Search API
|A supporting functionality to preview which fields have non-null data for a particular search.