Google Parser – Google Scraper

GooParser – A Google scraper online tool that shows how our system works, we parse Google results and obtain a list of clean URLs

This is only a basic demo, we can parse all the content of search engine results(URL, title, description, advertisers and more).

Search keyword:

If you are interested in complete lists of parsed Google search results contact us.

We provide Google and web parsing services, automatic actions and analysis over the results, saving them to text files, csv, databases, etc.
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    • Richard Hendin
    • November 2nd, 2010

    If I do the following search:

    Goolge states there are 13,500 results, but only shows the first 1,000. Can you give me all 13,500 URLs? If yes, what is the cost.

    Thanks very much.

    • admin
    • November 12th, 2010

    Hi Richard, Google doesn’t returns more than 1000 results for a single keyword. We had clients with requirements like yours, we use different combinations of the main keyword and advanced Google search parameters to obtain thousand of URLs from the same base keyword.

    I continue with the response to your e-mail.

    • wani
    • December 3rd, 2010


    I am a postgrad student working on the area of information retrieval. I am in need of the “number” of search results returned to my application for my research. How can I get this? A socket connection to does not work. Kindly advice

    thank you.

  1. Hello,
    I just wanted to know whether you are using Google Ajax API or obtaining results through regex patterns?

    Warm Regards,
    Ayush Pateria

    • Roy
    • January 27th, 2011

    This looks like a great tool. Would it be possible to provide the URL results in a different window/page?

    • bill james
    • February 22nd, 2011


    do you know how i could get data to parse if the site accepts method post only??

    • pc technology
    • March 22nd, 2011

    I’ve been trying to parse google results for a while now. Google deprecated their Search Results API which leads me to a question: how do you accomplish this data parsing using PHP?

    • myro
    • May 12th, 2011

    hello, correct links but in different order
    Am I missing anything?

    • Yes!
    • May 24th, 2011

    Is there any way to get the code of this marvelous piece of work? I badly need it for my research.


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