Allegro Scraper

Allegro Scraper

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This is an automation application designed to make it easier to gather product data from, a large online marketplace.

Why Should You Use Allegro Scraper?

This automated tool quickly pulls critical product information from listings. It allows users to acquire detailed information for a variety of objectives, such as market analysis, competition research, or product pricing comparisons.

How to Utilize Allegro Scraper:

  1. Install GoLess Extension from the Website: Begin by installing the GoLess extension from the official website. This extension will assist in enhancing the functionality and performance of Allegro Scraper.

  2. Download and Initiate the Workflow: Obtain the Allegro Scraper tool and activate it to begin the scraping process from the marketplace.

  3. Input Product and Category Links: Populate the designated field with links to products or categories from, placing each link on a separate line.

  4. Execute the Workflow: After adding the relevant links, click the "run" button to commence the scraping process.

Data Scraped:

  1. Product URL
  2. Product Title
  3. Price
  4. Shipping Price
  5. URL of the First Image
  6. Rating
  7. Seller with Rating
  8. Number of Purchases
  9. Parameters
  10. People Bidding
  11. Condition (New/Used)
  12. Available Units (Quantity)

Questions and Answers:

  1. Can I utilize scraped data for commercial purposes?

    • Yes, scraped data can be employed for various commercial purposes like market research, pricing strategies, or inventory management.
  2. Is there a risk of encountering access restrictions while scraping?

    • Allegro Scraper aims to collect data within the platform's limitations. However, scraping practices should align with's guidelines to prevent potential access limitations.
  3. How frequently can I scrape without impacting the website's performance?

    • To avoid overloading the site, maintain a reasonable scraping frequency and respect's server load guidelines.



Last update

25 March 2024

Created by

Elliot Smith

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