Web Scraping in Google Sheets

Extract data from websites and add to your spreadsheet with just a few clicks.

Introduction Video Google Spreadsheet

Extract any kind of data

Our Google Sheet Add-On makes it possible to extract data from websites without having to write complicated formulas.

Some examples:

  • Prices
  • Mobile Apps
  • Social Media Accounts
  • Geo Coordinates
  • Search results
  • Number of tweets, followers, ...
  • Ratings
  • and much more ....

Different Extraction Methods

It is possible to load and easily refresh data from mulitple types of data with the help of different extraction methods.

Schema.org Data

Specific pieces of information.

For example:
Price and name from webshop products

Tables

Extract full tables with all information from websites.

For example:
Stocks or sports-results

APIs

Load data from JSON and XML APIs.

Load Data from Websites - Video
Load Data from Tables- Video
Load Data from API - Video

Pricing

The Google Sheet Add-On uses the link.fish API to scrape data from websites. To use it, you have to create an account first.

We have the right plan for everybody. So choose between our free and paid ones.

Free

0 Monthly
  • 1 000 credits
  • Lowest priority
  • 1 request at a time
  • Minimal Support

Starter

9
99
Monthly
  • 10 000 credits
  • Low priority
  • 2 parallel requests
  • Basic Support

Basic

29
99
Monthly
  • 40 000 credits
  • Medium priority
  • 5 parallel requests
  • Premium Support
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Professional

89
99
Monthly
  • 200 000 credits
  • High priority
  • 10 parallel requests
  • Premium Support

What can be done with a credit?​

Generally:

1 request = 1 credit

So with one credit, the data of one URL can be extracted.

There is only one exception if the page should be rendered with a full browser (not headless). In this case, 5 credits get charged.
The Google Sheet Add-On makes by default the simple and so cheap requests.

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