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Linkedin Posts Informations Scraper

Linkedin Posts Informations Scraper

saswave/linkedin-posts-informations-parser
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Scrape linkedin posts from linkedin post search results, url post, company url or people url. Supports advanced linkedin search filters. Extract posts from any linkedin member. Linkedin scraper at scale.

Linkedin Posts Informations Parser

Allows you to extract informations from a linkedin post. Get infos about: number of likes, comments, share, content, video, image, document, article link, exact date and time of post

Input URL can be:

  • a direct post url
  • a company or people url
  • a search results url

You get to parse posts the company or people made. You can also parse posts search results

Enables you to make a first quick extractions for your analytics and/or lead generation on competitions or even your own posts

Saves a lot of manual time

Env variable

your apify token needs to be added in the environment variables as APIFY_TOKEN

Inputs

Mandatory:

1- cookies: a list of cookies exported to your clipboard with the chrome extension "EditThisCookie" 
2from your session on https://www.linkedin.com/feed/
3
4- url link: Post url / company url / people url / post search url (can be one of the 4)

Use one at a time:

1- number of days since post: default 30 days from today (only relevent if url is not a direct post url)
2
3- max posts scraped : Take priority on "days since post" if provided ( > 0 )

Outputs

returns a list of informations per posts

Data parsed:

  • posted
  • videos
  • images
  • document
  • article
  • likes
  • shares
  • comments
  • ref
  • content
  • company
  • company_linkedin
  • followers

How to extract cookies from your browser

  • install EditThisCookie chrome extension
  • login to your account and go to your linkedin feed page
  • Use the extension and click "export"
  • Paste the cookies in the input "cookies" from the actor

The apify documentation has a tutorial on how to do it with screenshots, https://docs.apify.com/tutorials/log-in-by-transferring-cookies#export-your-cookies go to the export your cookies section

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Maintained by Community
Actor metrics
  • 37 monthly users
  • 63.9% runs succeeded
  • 0.8 days response time
  • Created in Oct 2023
  • Modified 5 days ago