New reliable tool for crawl, extract and parse content from Amazon. With this solution you can extract Amazon stock, price, description, images, title and sync it with your system. You can easily get this data from Amazon directly.
User guide of our demo. Contents:
- Import ASINs into databsase
- Choose products to sync
- Sync selected products with Amazon. How to check price and qty.
- Download csv file
- Filter and sorting
- Parsing configuration
Import ASINs into databsase
First we need to import some products into parser's database. Select "Import ASINs" mode.
Make sure your ASIN's list in CSV format.
Select the Amazon's locale (com / fr / uk / ca) and hit "Start upload".
Choose products to sync
There are options to select in the Product list tab:
- Select all
- Unselect all
- Select visible
- Unselect visible
You can choose mass action:
- exclude from sync
- include for sync
- sync selected
Sync selected products with Amazon
For sync your products with Amazon, choose "sync selected" action.
When you're done, hit SUBMIT button.
As you can see we have the same quantity in the Parser and in the Amazon site after synchronization.
You can check the price and quantity by this link:
Here is the popup with additional information (Prime offers, shipping info):
Download csv file
Now you can download csv with FULL product's data.
You can filter and sorting products as you need. Change product's sort order.
Each package is tailored according to your needs.
You will get options to sort out your search results and various option for fine tune out results. All the data will be exported in any format you need or you can integrate with a database.
The tool which we have developed has the ability to make xml configuration instructions and may accommodate html structure changes quite fast. Rich xml configuration will make crawlers support easier. Parsing configurations files are here:
You can set system to parse by certain seller or prime status. Example of config file with parsing prime and seller in the following screenshot. Also you can see Amazon API account settings (if you need to use API)