How many page credits do I need to scrape reviews from Yelp?

How many page credits do I need to scrape reviews from Yelp?

Our Yelp Reviews Crawler collects data from the review listing page (one review listing page usually contains 10 reviews).

e.g. If you want to scrape 100 reviews for 1 listing, then the scraper uses 11-page credits. 1 page to go to the Yelp Business Details page and then 10 pages of 10 reviews each.


The number of reviews per page is always subject to change by Yelp and if it does, then the calculation described above also changes.


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