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[GET] Download Google Search Results to CSV

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by soma56, May 24, 2012.

  1. soma56

    soma56 Regular Member

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    Hey fellow BHW members. I've created a script that will allow you to scrape Google results and place them into CSV format. Oh yeah, it's FREE!

    Here are how the results are broken down

    Rank - (separates adwords and organic results)
    Type - top ad, right ad or organic result
    Title - The title tag assigned by Google
    Title URL - The URL associated with the title tag
    Result Description - The description given by Google for the result
    Displaying Link - The link at the bottom of the description

    Here's the Link:

    Download Google Search Results

    This is completely free. All results are scraped in real-time from Google.com Feedback would be greatly appreciated. If you like it then hit the thanks button!

    Enjoy :)
     
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    soma56 Regular Member

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    Yes, I created this...

    Organic? Adwords related? Both?

    How are they outdated? How are you querying them now?

    This system uses PHP cURL. It's very useful for scraping results from any website. Simply matching against certain tags will provide the results you want - whether they're PPC results and/or Organic results. The cool thing about this website that I put together is first off its FREE, and secondly it captures every aspect of the Google search result...
     
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    soma56 Regular Member

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    Mine is in real time searching from Google.com. Google is known to display different results from different geographical locations. What you search for in the UK will return different results from, for example, California. I can, however, assure you that the link I provided isn't derived from a cached or old version of Google search engine response page but rather a real time result.

    Try:

    Code:
    http://www.google.com/search?q=[INSERT_KEYWORD]&num=10&start=0
    You can change the default of '&num=10' up to 100 (in 10 inscrements). This will tell Google to return 10, 20, 30, 40....100 results. The start variable (&start=0) is the page number (incremented by 100). So changing '&start=0' to '&start=100' would give you page 2.

    I'm not sure what you mean by outdated results as this engine is in real-time.