eBay Product Listing Scraper

Compare hundreds of eBay products with Google Sheets.

To help you get started right away, you can use this free Google Sheets template

eBay presents immense opportunities for e-commerce businesses to expand their reach, tap into new markets, and drive sales. With millions of products listed on eBay, it’s crucial to stay up-to-date with market trends and analyze your competitors. 

Our no-code scraping solution is here to help! By scraping eBay product data, you can unlock a wealth of information, including product details, prices, seller ratings, and more. 

This valuable data empowers you to make informed decisions, optimize your pricing strategy, identify new product opportunities, and monitor your competitors’ performance.

Using the ImportFromWeb add-on and the function it adds to Google Sheets, you can extract eBay product data in bulk without technical knowledge!

What you get?

With =IMPORTFROMWEB(), you extract the following data points for eBay products:   

  • title
  • price
  • item number
  • return policy
  • image

See all available eBay data points

Step by step
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First of all, make sure you have installed the ImportFromWeb add-on from the Google Workspace Marketplace.

Then, just follow these easy steps:

Open a new Google Sheets and activate ImportFromWeb

To activate the add-on, go to Extensions > ImportFromWeb > Activate add-on.

Activate ImportFromWeb add-on

Input the eBay product URLs

ImportFromWeb requires 2 parameters: a URL and one or more data selectors.

You can input the URLs directly or build them using the eBay item number:

=”https://www.ebay.com/itm/”&A2 (where column A contains all your item numbers).

Input the eBay product URLs

Input the eBay data selectors

Data selectors describe the specific content you want to import from the eBay product pages.

Pick the selectors you are interested in from our eBay selectors glossary and add them to your spreadsheet. For example, you may be interested in the title, price, and ship_price.

This is what your spreadsheet should look like:

Input the data selectors

Write the =IMPORTFROMWEB() function and extract product data

Just add this formula: =IMPORTFROMWEB(B2,C1:E1)

Within seconds, you’ll get the data for the first product on your list.

Write IMPORTFROMWEB() function

Scale the collection process

After adding the $ symbol around the data selectors, drag the formula down to the last row: =IMPORTFROMWEB(B2,$C$1:$E$1)

Drag down to copy formula

We’ve designed an easy-to-use template.
Make sure you have installed and activated ImportFromWeb in your Google Sheets.