Google Search Engines

Google search is such a complex solution that we needed to split each scenario into separate Search Engines.

In order to return the most accurate results for Google Search scraping, we divided Google scenarios into separate engines, called Google Search Engines. When you want to scrape specific data from Google, all you need to do is to set the appropriate engine=<GOOGLE_ENGINE> parameter when sending your request.

Available Google Engines

In this section of the Google API documentation, we will cover all the available engines, along with their specific parameters and with detailed implementation examples for each search type:

  • google - scrape generic Google search results

  • google_maps - scrape results from the Google Maps page

    • google_maps_reviews - scrape Google Maps reviews

    • google_maps_photos - scrape Google Maps photos

  • google_autocomplete - scrape Google suggestions for a keyword

  • google_scholar - scrape Google Scholar search results

    • google_scholar_profiles - scrape profile results from the Google Scholar Profiles search page

    • google_scholar_author - scrape author results from the Google Scholar Author search page

    • google_scholar_cite - scrape the citation results of a Googles Scholar Author search

  • google_product - scrape the results from Google Product pages

  • google_reverse_image - scrape Google Reverse Image search

  • google_jobs - scrape Google Jobs search results

  • google_jobs_listing - scrape results from a Google Jobs Listing search

  • google_events - scrape the results from the Google Events page

  • google_play - scrape Google Play results

  • google_trends - scrape results from the Google Trends search

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