Amazon ripper is a simply powerful desktop application that allows you to add Amazon items categories and it will scrape / rip all the products from your selected category.
Amazon ripper can scrape the item url, item title, item review count and item price.
When searching for new Amazon products to review if you are a member of the Amazon affiliate program you can use Amazon Ripper to scrape all products in a category and sort by review count (indicating purchase quanity) and price giving you a much better idea about what products to promote rather than checking each item in a category individually.
HTTP requests are simply sent from the desktop application you download (free and full, no trial etc) and the HTML is parsed and the items are extracted out for you to browse or export.
By default the application sends requests at a speed that will not cause your IP address to get banned. However if you want to scrape Amazon products and items even faster Amazon Ripper does support an unlimited number of proxies.
This is the transcript from the video above, it needs tiding up a little as its from YouTube subs.
Hi guys it's Jamie from SupaGrowth.com and in this video I'm going to show you how to use my Amazon Ripper tool. So basically, what this does is pretty simple really you enter an Amazon category and then this piece of software will go off and it will download every product from that category, so download the URL for the description, the review count and the item price and you can use the item price. You can use the review count, sorry to get a rough indication of sale volume. So then you know you can do things like, you can sort by sale by review, count and item price and you can kind of get a good indication of products to promote if you're, a member of the Amazon affiliate scheme.
So the program supports proxies if you want to make it extra fast, pay close attention to the proxy format and also please use good high quality, dedicated proxies, otherwise, you'll see these Amazon IP blocks going up and up and up okay. So let's enter a category so I've just been on Amazon and I'll paste in the graphics card category. Now you can see it's got a node ID in there click add category now go off and check, but it understands it. Now click start searching see what we get, there you go see, it's pulling back results and that's basically it guys it'll keep going through that category scraping different products.
All the way till the end. Now you can add multiple categories, you can export the results. Activity log gives you a more detailed view of what's going on and that's it. Thanks Guys.