Google images scraper

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Google images scraper

Google images scraper is Datacol-based module, which implements image scraping from Google Images by specified keywords. In our example downloaded files are stored to Pictures folder on the local computer. Extra information (image height, width and query) is exported to xlsx file. You can also tune Datacol settings to upload images to FTP and publish content to popular CMS like WordPress, DLE, Joomla etc.

Google images extractor: data extraction results
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Main advantages of Datacol-based Google images scraper are listed below:

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Step by Step test of Google images scraper

To test Google images extractor:

1. Install Datacol trial version;
2. Choose content-parsers/google-images-extractor.par in the campaign tree and click Start button to launch Google images extractor campaign.

Google images crawler: starting data extraction
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Before launching content-parsers/google-images-extractor.par you can adjust the Input data. Select the campaign in the campaign tree for this purpose. In this way you can setup keywords to extract Google images for.

Please contact us if the Google images scraper will not collect data after you have made changes to the Starting URL list.

Google images scraper: setting Starting URL list
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3. Wait for data extraction results to appear. When you see the first results, you can force running campaign to stop (click Stop button).

Google images harvester: working process
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4. After campaign is finished/stopped you can find google-images-extractor.xlsx file in Documents folder.

Google images parser: data extraction results
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Datacol Trial VS Activated

Feature Trial License (Full version)
Preset default configuration for data extraction
Maximum data extraction results
Maximum 25
Free software updates
Free email tech support
Paid skype+teamviewer consultations
Paid setup

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If the source website blocks your IP-address (after blocking you will get no more extraction results), use proxy.


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Data processing options for data, harvested by Google images extractor:

Data export options for data, harvested by Google images extractor:

  • Basic: CSV/TXT/Database/Excel;
  • Online stores: Magento/PrestaShop/osCommerce/OpenCart/ZENCart/VirtueMart;
  • Content CMS: WordPress/Joomla/DLE;
  • All options.

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