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Amazon Book, CD, DVD data Scraper/Extractor?? :)

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by johnsmithuk, Dec 25, 2011.

  1. johnsmithuk

    johnsmithuk Registered Member

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    Hello,

    Does anyone know if there is a program that scrapes amazon.com and amazon uk for products like books, cds and dvds

    Basically the tool extracts everything like the title, price into a CSV file so I can bulk upload to amazon?

    Also can the tool particullary scrape from a particular seller on Amazon so I could scrape all of their products?

    I have had a look at Optimul product finder but it is now discontinued and I have seen some services out there but I dont think they can scrape amazon uk

    I basically want a tool that can scrape the data so I can bulk upload

    Or if not is there a GENERAL scraping or extractor that could possibly work for this Amazon??

    Thanks guys :confused:
     
  2. johnsmithuk

    johnsmithuk Registered Member

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    so far I have come across

    iwebscrapingcom

    scrappingexpertcom

    and ofcourse optimul product finder but there must be something else?

    ..thanks
     
  3. johnsmithuk

    johnsmithuk Registered Member

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    anyone?
     
  4. johnsmithuk

    johnsmithuk Registered Member

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    i take it nobody knows of such a tool then?
     
  5. consulting

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    we could build a custom scraper.we manage 13 offshore php developers.
     
  6. xpressioniz

    xpressioniz Junior Member

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    it's not that popular, maybe you should hire programmers to do the job.