โš™๏ธ Scale SERP Search Results - Pagination Workflow Formula By steve


Import this formula to add a workflow to your account that will automatically go through all the search result pages for you and combine the results together into a single CSV file (for each extractor, like organic results, videos, etc…).

โš™๏ธ  Scale SERP Search Results - Pagination

(Auto Increment) โžก๏ธ Page

Page number, start at 1, then 2, 3, 4.... This works for most use cases, but some cases require use of the “Next Page Token” instead. If your workflow is having trouble paginating, please see the official docs for help.

Page Example: 1

Page number, start at 1, then 2, 3, 4.... This works for most use cases, but some cases require use of the “Next Page Token” instead. If your workflow is having trouble paginating, please see the official docs for help.

Next Page Token Example: EgIICg

Use this for pagination to get the next page of results for certain use cases, like Google Maps reviews. Leave blank for the first request.

IMPORTANT: Please do not alter this in workflow settings unless you know what you’re doing!

Limit Example: 100

How many results to return per page. Maximum is 100, except for Google Places search which is only 20.

Data CID Example: 1100080596967423812

Some searches need a data_cid, provide this here if needed.

Search Type

The type of results to return. By default will be Google search results, but can be changed to:

  • news
  • images
  • videos
  • autocomplete
  • scholar
  • places
  • place_details
  • place_reviews
  • place_products
  • place_posts
  • shopping
  • product
Location Example: United States

Location to search from. Please see official documentation for when using with Google Maps Places Search.

Query

If using regular search, the query to search for. You can use regular Google syntax like site:stevesie.com or use keywords, etc…

Time Period

Specify if you want to limit when the results were published - useful for tracking new search results. Possible values:

  • last_hour
  • last_day
  • last_week
  • last_month
  • last_year
Data ID Example: 0x89c259cea3b62d4d:0x4519bf551f37923f

If using the Google Places Reviews, Products or Posts “Search Type” then you will need to provide a data_id here. See the Google Maps API for more information on scraping Place IDs, or ScaleSERP’s documentation here: https://www.scaleserp.com/docs/search-api/searches/google/place-reviews

Extractors

  • Knowledge Graph Related Topics .knowledge_graph.known_attributes
  • YouTube Video Results .inline_videos
  • Related Questions .related_questions
  • Organic Results .organic_results
  • Related Searches .related_searches
  • Ads .ads
  • Places .places_results
Posted by steve on June 16, 2021, 3:57 p.m. ๐Ÿšฉ  Report