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LinkedIn Company Pages Scraper Tool
LinkedIn’s company pages offer useful details about a company’s goals, goods, and services, as well as updates on job openings and business news. You can gain important insights into a company’s operations and performance by scraping company pages. This information can be used for lead generation, competitor analysis, market research, and other purposes.
You can better understand the market and make strategic business decisions by examining the data gathered from LinkedIn company pages. Good news, the data extraction process can be streamlined with the aid of JARVEE’s LinkedIn Company Pages Scraper tool
How to access the LinkedIn Company Pages Scraper tool
To access the tool, you need to go to the TOOLS page > click on your LinkedIn Profile > then click on the Company Pages Scraper tool from the list of tools on the left. The tool features four tabs: Settings, Sources, Extracted Companies, and Results.
- Wait between X and Y minutes before each new operation – lets you specify the amount of time before the tool begins a new operation.
- Comment between X and Y items per operation – you can decide here how many company pages will be scraped for each operation.
- Execute between HH:MM and HH:MM – with this option, you can decide when the tool executes the scheduled tasks. Additional intervals may be added, or the timers may even be made random.
- Days of the week when to operate – The days on which the tool will carry out the actions are also up to you.
💡 By selecting the Rotate Days option, you can change the Company Pages Scraper tool’s operating days at random once a week. For instance, if you selected Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, the tool will choose a different set of three days for the upcoming week. You can also decide to take those pages out of the rotation if you don’t want to scrape company pages on the weekends.
This gives you the option to choose how long the search results will scroll for when gathering company pages. More pages will be extracted if you scroll for a longer period of time, but don’t set this too high or you might get timeout errors and LinkedIn will stop displaying search results.
Auto Export Settings
- Export results every X hours – Every X hours you specify, the items on the Results tab will be automatically exported to a CSV file. There is an option to only export newly extracted items when selecting the export location on the action button below.
- Export a consolidated file for all LinkedIn accounts every X hours – Alternatively, you can export a consolidated file for each of your LinkedIn accounts from Su Social.
💡 From the two available export options, you may select just one. The other option is automatically unchecked if you select one.
- Keyword search – Using this source option, you can look for businesses that LinkedIn’s keyword search has turned up. Enter the keywords, comma-separated. Click the ADD INPUT button after adding your keywords and creating your caption. The table below the source option will be updated to include them.
- Add companies from a provided list – When you want to extract particular company pages, you use this source. Simply type in their LinkedIn URL and select Add to Extracted Companies to add them.
The companies that will be scraped first appear here. You can DELETE ALL items, EXPORT ALL, and IMPORT a CSV file (if you have one; if not, see the export sample for the CSV format) using the action buttons. DELETE ALL FROM SELECTED ACCOUNTS and EXPORT ALL FROM SELECTED ACCOUNTS are additional choices.
Here is a list of the items that were successfully scraped. Additionally, you can see the date it was processed, the keyword (or source) it came from, the business name, as well as other information and the company link. Additionally, there are action buttons to DELETE ALL, EXPORT ALL, and to DELETE, BROWSE (open in a different browser), BROWSE EMBEDDED, and COPY each link individually.