Import.io

Scrape the web, sans manual scripting

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#2 Product of the MonthNovember 2013
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Import.io is a data extractor that requires no coding. In only a few clicks a website is transformed into a machine-readable data a.k.a. Web scraping. Get the information you need - comparison between the web pages, monitoring or just point and click for data extraction.

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Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
Very cool! I ran into Matt a few days ago in SOMA.
Adam Lieb@adamslieb · Founder/CEO @ Innervate
@ashbhoopathy have you used this yet? I downloaded it awhile back but felt the learning curve was a bit high without understanding exactly how powerful it would end up being. If the learning curve is > than doing it manually, I wouldn't invest the time. Would love to hear your story if you've used it.
Tristan PollockHiring@writerpollock · EIR/Venture Partner @ 500 Startups
@adamslieb it's pretty easy and gotten even easier.
ash bhoopathyHunter@ashbhoopathy · partner, lab
I found out about this one recently from Matt Ellsworth @MattEllsworth, who's the head of growth @Storefront. FYI, he's teaching a class that's free if you sign up today on Udemy. The password is INMINUTES. https://www.udemy.com/learn-web-...
Aaron Hanson@crixlet · I help startups get press
How does this compare with Kimono?
Tristan PollockHiring@writerpollock · EIR/Venture Partner @ 500 Startups
@crixlet good question. Checking out Kimono.
Jack Smith@_jacksmith · Serial Entrepreneur & Startup Adviser
@crixlet it seems to have slightly more advanced functionality vs Kimono
adiiPro@adii · Founder @Conversio
How would you use this?
Tristan PollockHiring@writerpollock · EIR/Venture Partner @ 500 Startups
@adii use it to scrape the web. Link to tutorial above.