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Looking Back at 2018

What a year 2018 has been for Scrapinghub!!

It’s hard to know where to start…

This year has seen tremendous growth at Scrapinghub, setting us up to have a great 2019.

Here are some of the highlights of 2018…

Shubber GetTogether 2018

It’s hard to believe our annual Shubber GetTogether is already over.

A Sneak Peek Inside What Hedge Funds Think of Alternative Financial Data

Unbeknownst to many, there is a data revolution happening in finance.

Want to Predict Fitbit’s Quarterly Revenue? Eagle Alpha Did It Using Web Scraped Product Data

Throughout the history of the financial markets information has been power. The trader with access to the most accurate information can quickly gain an edge over the market.

How Data Compliance Companies Are Turning To Web Crawlers To Take Advantage of the GDPR Business Opportunity

Over the last couple weeks, GDPR has brought data protection center stage. What was once a fringe concern for most businesses overnight became a burning problem that needed to be solved immediately.

Looking Back at 2017

It’s been another standout year for Scrapinghub and the scraping community at large. Together we crawled 79.1 billion pages (nearly double 2016), with over 103 billion scraped records; what a year!

A Faster, Updated Scrapinghub

We’re very excited to announce a new look for Scrapinghub!

Deploy your Scrapy Spiders from GitHub

Up until now, your deployment process using Scrapy Cloud has probably been something like this: code and test your spiders locally, commit and push your changes to a GitHub repository, and finally deploy them to Scrapy Cloud using shub deploy. However, having the development and the deployment processes in isolated steps might bring you some issues, such as unversioned and outdated code running...

Looking Back at 2016

We started 2016 with an eye on blowing 2015 out of the water. Mission accomplished.

How to Increase Sales with Online Reputation Management

One negative review can cost your business up to 22% of its prospects. This was one of the sobering findings in a study highlighted on Moz last year. With over half of shoppers rating reviews as important in their buying decision, no company large or small can afford to ignore stats like these - let alone the reviews themselves. In what follows I'll let you in on how web scraping can help you...