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May 29, 2012, 01:11:42 AM
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I'm looking into purchasing a copy of Helium Scraper to use with Craigslist since the previous product I purchased has gone defunct (CraigsPal). I know I can use Google Reader with Craigslist RSS feed, but was wondering about this product of which I've just stumbled upon. It seems like a powerful tool, wondering if I could also use it to extrapolate information from BlockChain or the like.

Looking forward to the replies. Thank you in advance.

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May 29, 2012, 01:59:54 AM
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Can this do what you want http://www.blackhatautomation.com/craigslistreverse ?

I can vouch for the company. Own several licenses of their softwares for a couple years and they get updated regularly, whenever they stop working.

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Can this do what you want http://www.blackhatautomation.com/craigslistreverse ?

I can vouch for the company. Own several licenses of their softwares for a couple years and they get updated regularly, whenever they stop working.

Thanks for the suggestion, psy, but that's not what I'm trying to scrap. I was hooked on CraigsPal, but now I need a similar service to hunt barn wood ads. I may have to bite the bullet and set up Google Reader for RSS feeds from all the regions on Craigslist that I purchase from.
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