Easy Google Scraper enables you to extract data from Google search engine results pages (SERPs).
Easy Google Scraper can scrape:
- organic results
- paid results based on your search term
Google is a great source of data for virtually any business or industry
Here are just some of the ways you could use that data:
- monitor competition
- research your position
It's easy to scrape Google.com with Easy Google Scraper. Just follow these few steps and you'll get your data in a few minutes.
- Click on Try for free.
- Enter the keywords or search terms you want to scrape. Or enter a URL to start scraping.
- Click on Start.
- When Easy Google Scraper has finished its run, you can preview or download your data from the Dataset tab.
Apify gives you $5 of credit every month with the Apify Free plan. You can get 5,000 results per month from Easy Google Scraper for that, so those 5,000 results will be completely free!
But if you need to get more data regularly from Google.com, you should get an Apify subscription. We recommend our $49 per month Personal plan. With this plan, you can get up to 1.5 million results every month.
If that is not enough for you, the Team plan for $499 will get you 10 million results!
Example results of searching web scraping on Google:
Try our more advanced Google Search Results Scraper if you need a greater volume or variety of data.
Let us know if you need a custom Google scraping solution.
- You will typically not get more than 300 results for one keyword (usually even less). If you want more, you have to use different combinations of keywords, e.g., New York, New York City, New York life, etc.
- Don't expect to get the same results as you see in the browser; Google personalizes content for you every step of the way...
Note that personal data is protected by GDPR in the European Union and by other regulations around the world. You should not scrape personal data unless you have a legitimate reason to do so. If you're unsure whether your reason is legitimate, consult your lawyers. We also recommend that you read our blog post: is web scraping legal?