Why does the Amazon Search Result scraper return less no of records compared to the website?
Amazon shows duplicate products on their listing page for most of the categories. Our scraper doesn't revisit such products to save your page credits.
Why does the crawler crawl more pages than the total number of records it collected?
Some crawlers can collect multiple records from a single page, while others might need to go to 3 pages to get a single record. For example our Amazon Bestsellers crawler collects 50 records from one page, while our Indeed crawler needs to go through ...
How many page credits do I need to scrape reviews from Amazon?
Our Amazon Reviews Crawler collects data from the product 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 product ...
Amazon - What is the difference between Reviews vs Ratings
Amazon products have two different metrics for Reviews and Ratings. Here is a popular product with 1419 Ratings BUT only 259 Reviews. What are Ratings Ratings are just "stars" rated by people - they may or may NOT add a review. A lot of people just ...
What is a Page?
A webpage or page quantifies the volume of consumption of our data services. As a result, one of the main variables in our pricing is the number of pages (or specifically webpages) that we scrape. The more you consume, the more it costs (with ...
What is the difference between a Crawler and an API on our website?
Our Marketplace has two types of self-service offerings Crawlers APIs Crawlers: A Crawler is something anyone can use - you can signup and use a crawler by simply copying and pasting some links you need data from and download the data. You do not ...