I have tested multiple web scrapers (incl. SimpleScraper and Phantombuster) and this one is honestly the best I’ve experienced so far. The developers say it’s AI-powered and I can confirm there’s some advanced form of content recognition built in the software. The UX is very intuitive and the application feels very solid. I love the way it shows you the progress of a scraping session, the export options and the process to dig into deeper layers of a website. I’ve successfully used the service to compile data to seed a few research projects. The pricing is also very competitive.
You can test the service for free but if you want to export more than 100 rows of results you’ll need to upgrade to a premium plan, which allows you to export up to 10,000 rows per day, which is more than enough for most small scale research projects. At $49.99 per month, ScrapeStorm is a reliable and affordable solution.
content creators who need to rapidly collect structured data to seed a research project. It’s very handy for some local SEO campaigns for instance, when you need a list of cities to create local pages or a list of online publishers to kickstart an outreach campaign