Scrape Amazon Reviews with just Google Chrome

This tutorial will show you how to scrape Amazon reviews and product data from Amazon for free using the Amazon Review Crawler available on ScrapeHero Cloud. The crawler can scrape Amazon review details such as – ASIN, Review heading, Review text, Date and more, within in seconds.

Here are the steps to scrape Amazon Review Data:

  1. Create a ScrapeHero Cloud account and select the Amazon Product Review Crawler.
  2. Input the Amazon product URLs and filters.
  3. Run the Amazon Review scraper and download the data in your preferred format (CSV, JSON, XML).

Web scraping allows you to monitor customer sentiment of competitor and your brand by scraping reviews. ScrapeHero Cloud has pre-built scrapers which help businesses to easily gather data from e-commerce websites such as Amazon. These scrapers are pre-built and cloud-based, you need not worry about selecting the fields to be scraped nor download any software. The scraper and the data can be accessed from any browser at any time and can deliver the data directly to Dropbox.

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What data are we extracting from Amazon?

For this tutorial we will only extract the following fields based on a product review page or product ASIN:

  1. Product ASIN
  2. Product Title
  3. Brand Name
  4. Reviewer Name
  5. Review Text
  6. Review Heading
  7. Review Comment Count
  8. Review Date
  9. Review Rating
  10. Reviewer Profile URL
  11. Number of people reacted helpful
  12. Review Direct URL
  13. Product attributes
  14. Review URL

Step 1: Create an account

First, we will create an account in ScrapeHero Marketplace. To sign up go to the link – https://cloud.scrapehero.com/accounts/login/ and create an account with your email address.

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Step 2: Input the Details for the Amazon Review Scraper

There many ways you can configure the crawler to scrape Amazon review.

Domain – The website you would like to scrape can be from any Amazon domain

Filters – All Reviews or Reviews from Verified Purchases only

Sort – Sort reviews by Top-rated or Most recent

Rating Filter – You can filter reviews based on the rating that are all stars, 5 stars, 4 stars, 3 stars, 2 stars,1 star, All Positive, All Critical

Input URL

The type of input you wish to provide to the scraper can be a product review URL, product page URL or a product ASIN.

  1. URL – direct link to product page URL (eg: https://www.amazon.com/Arm-Hammer-OxiClean-Laundry-Power/dp/B0759N57C3/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_product_top?ie=UTF8 ) or product reviews URL (eg: https://www.amazon.com/Arm-Hammer-OxiClean-Laundry-Power/product-reviews/B0759N57C3/)
  2. ASIN of a product (eg: B0759N57C3)

Search Customer URL – You can add a certain text to filter custom reviews

Number of Pages to Scrape – Specify how many pages that the crawler should scrape. If you want to scrape all reviews then leave the section blank.

Step 3: Run the Amazon Review Scraper

The Amazon Review crawler page will open up and you will see the option to gather the data. Once you have clicked it the scraper will start to run and scrape Amazon reviews.

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After the scrape is complete the ‘Status’ of the crawler will change from ‘Started’ to ‘Finished’. Click on ‘View Data’ to view the scraped product review data. 

Step 4: Download Amazon Review Data

You can see all the data scraped on this page. To download the scraped data click on ‘Download Data’.

A drop down to select a data format will appear. You can choose between CSV, JSON, and XML formats. After clicking on the data format option, a file will soon be downloaded with all the scraped review data.

You can get data delivered to Dropbox if you integrate the crawler account to your Dropbox account. You also have the option to schedule the data if you want to scrape Amazon review data on a timely basis. 

Go to the tab ‘Schedule’ in the table and click on the button ‘Add Schedule’. There are the options to choose the date, time, and time zone along with the options to repeat the run as often as you want – hourly, weekly, or daily. 

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Responses

John Schaffer (@john_bizdev) May 20, 2020

Is there a knowledgebase that I can reference. I haven’t been able to get this tool to work for any site to create (import) a sitemap. I get errors every time I try to import, “HTTP error: status code 404, net::ERR_UNKNOWN_URL_SCHEME”. I thought it may be that I have a conflicting extension with HTTPS Everywhere, but disabling that didn’t change the resulting error. Is HTTPS an issue, or is there something else causing this error? I’m stuck.

Thanks!

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JL Schaffer May 20, 2020

Is there a knowledgebase that I can reference. I haven’t been able to get this tool to work for any site to create (import) a sitemap. I get errors every time I try to import, “HTTP error: status code 404, net::ERR_UNKNOWN_URL_SCHEME”. I thought it may be that I have a conflicting extension with HTTPS Everywhere, but disabling that didn’t change the resulting error. Is HTTPS an issue, or is there something else causing this error? I’m stuck.

Thanks!

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    Nick May 21, 2020

    Hi,
    You could try our pre-built Amazon Review scraper here -https://www.scrapehero.com/marketplace/amazon-reviews/ . You need to only provide a product URL or ASIN as input, no need to import site map or do any manual work.

    The site map provided in this post will need to be updated every time Amazon makes any minor change in their website structure. This issue is completely avoidable while using ScrapeHero Cloud scraper – https://www.scrapehero.com/marketplace/amazon-reviews/

    Thanks.

    Reply

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