It’s pretty easy to scrap entire HTML web pages and scaling such a scraper isn’t difficult either. When you are trying to retrieve detailed information from the sites or pages, things get even harder.
1. Create separate scrapers for each site
2. Build a scraper which can scrape several locations
The first choice is hard because sites change all the time, and it can be very time consuming to have hundreds or thousands of scrapers on hold.
The second choice is difficult since the developer ultimately needs to build code that will automatically decide a website’s structure and the layout of each specific page on that site. It’s not that hard to do that at 20-50 percent accuracy. Yet doing so with an accuracy of 99 percent is a huge challenge. Another which can not be solved by any single technology. You will use a mix of several methods to monitor the accuracy of the data that comes in, and auto-correct when inaccuracies occur.
But now, we found this very reliable and easy to use software that will help you throughout your scraping tasks. Introducing, RTILA.
RTILA is an easy to use growth hacking and marketing automation software that can gather and scrape data that you need in almost any website out there. No coding skills required.