Google search scrape

Google search scrape

Collect data from google searches into a table in one click!

This is a robust automation tool designed to gather specific data from Google search results based on user-defined queries. It efficiently retrieves information and organizes it into a Google Sheets document for easy access and analysis.

Why Should You Use This Automation?

This automation simplifies the process of collecting data from Google search results, saving valuable time and effort. It enables users to extract relevant information from multiple search pages and consolidate it into a structured format within Google Sheets, aiding in research, analysis, and data-driven decision-making.

How to Use and Get Started

  1. Access and Activate the Tool: Locate the Google Search Scraper within the automation marketplace and activate it.
  2. Input Search Query and Parameters: Specify the search_query parameter, spreadsheet_id, and define the page_count to indicate the number of search pages to collect data.
  3. Run the Workflow: Initiate the workflow to begin collecting data from Google search results based on the provided parameters.

Input Data:

  • Keyword
  • Page count

Data Scraped:

  • Anchor
  • Link
  • Description
  • Path
  • Title

Questions and Answers:

  1. What data does this workflow collect?

    • The workflow extracts Anchor, Link, Description, Path, and Title from Google search results based on the specified query.
  2. How do I specify a search query to collect data?

    • Before running the workflow, define the search_query parameter to specify the desired search query.
  3. How to specify the number of search engine pages to collect data?

    • Set the page_count parameter to determine the number of search engine pages from which data will be collected.
  4. How do I specify Google Sheets to save data?

    • Enter the spreadsheet_id parameter, representing the Google Sheets ID where the collected data will be saved.
  5. What data is saved in Google Sheets?

    • The saved Google Sheets contain information on Anchor, Link, Description, Path, and Title obtained from the Google search results.
  6. How do I start the Google Search Results Parser workflow?

    • Ensure you've provided the search_query, spreadsheet_id, and page_count parameters. Start the workflow to automatically collect and store data from Google search results in the specified Google Sheets.



Last update

01 July 2024

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