are measured in CREDITS.
Credit packages are one-time payments. You can buy some credits and use them whenever you like ("Pay As You Go").
If you regularly run scraping work, extract data from search engines, or need to run a task on occasion, a usage-based plan is a perfect fit for you. You always get what you expect.
Use the quantity slider on the right to scale the package according to your needs.
Cost: US$ 0US$ 0 per credit
Dataflow kit (DFK) counts the page credit on each successful (2xx) request. So the number of deducted credits is based on the number of requests you are sending.
|Without proxy||Using proxy|
|1 regular page successful request||1 credit||2 credits||Regular pages are fetched "as is" using basic HTTP requests|
|1 SERP page successful request||-||3 credits||Headless chrome and proxy are always used for Search engine data requests.|
|without proxy||with proxy|
|I have 20 URLs in my task input, and those pages contain 50 items per page. So when the scraping job gets completed, there are around 1000 records in the output returned. How many page credits are deducted?||20 credits||40 credits||20 *2 = 40 credits||40 *3 = 60 credits|
|I have 20 original URLs in a queue, and each one has to paginate to crawl the next available pages. Let's say 5 more pages each page with 50 products on each page. So at the end of scraping, there are approximately 6000 output records. How many page credits are deducted?||20 + (20*5) = 120 credits||120 * 2 = 240 credits||120 * 2 = 240 credits||120 * 3 = 360 credits|
|I have a list of 100 product details URLs, and each page is consists of 40 fields like (product, name, URL, price, description) for each product. Let's say 4 of 100 pages failed with 4xx response. How many page credits are deducted in this case?||96 credits||96 * 2 = 192 credits||96 *2 = 192 credits||96 * 3 = 288 credits|