Magic can be done by using Browse AI on LinkedIn. In this article, we are taking a look at how to use Browse AI to extract data from LinkedIn.
First, we will go over how Browse AI works on LinkedIn, then we move on to who can benefit from using Browse AI on LinkedIn, and in the last section, we give you a detailed breakdown of How to use Browse AI on LinkedIn.
So let’s get started.
How does Browse AI Scrap Data from LinkedIn?
LinkedIn is a great place for building your professional network, and also land new jobs. Now if you are looking for a job, it might be inefficient to search for jobs manually and apply to them in the same fashion. Only if you had a bot!
But there is one problem, you should avoid using a bot that needs to log in to LinkedIn using your account to scrap the job info. Why? Well, certain websites, and in this case, LinkedIn has a very sophisticated Bot Detection system. If you use such a bot with your LinkedIn account, chances are you might get banned from the platform.
Then what can you do?
Browse Ai’s arsenal includes a vast pool of over 10 million in-house and third-party datacenter. It also uses residential proxies.
As Browse AI doesn’t allocate dedicated IPs per user on non-enterprise plans, your IP address changes for every task, thus you go undetected by the LinkedIn Bot.
Who can benefit from using Browse AI on LinkedIn?
There are currently four Prebuilt Browse AI Robots. These robots are namely-
Using the Extract job listings information from LinkedIn Prebuilt Robot, you can extract job-related information from LinkedIn pages and save the data to a spreadsheet. You can export the collected data in the form of a spreadsheet and save it in Google Sheets and Airtable, or use Zapier to transfer the data to other tools, creating custom workflows.
Using the Monitor Company Info on LinkedInPrebuilt Robot, you can keep track of modifications in the following fields Company name, Industry, Location, Number of followers, Description, About, Website, Company size, Headquarters, Type, Year of foundation, and Specialties.
Using the Scrape company info on LinkedIn Prebuilt Robot, you can extract a company’s information from LinkedIn without any coding using a user-friendly interface, and then export the data to a spreadsheet. Alternatively, you can choose to send the data to Google Sheets or Airtable, or use Zapier to create a custom workflow based on the information collected.
Using the Extract LinkedIn job details Prebuilt Robot, you can extract job-related information from LinkedIn pages and save the data to a spreadsheet.
As you can see from the Prebuilt Robot titles, there are different tasks you can perform using Browse AI.
How to use Browse AI on LinkedIn
Browse AI Prebuilt Robots are pretty awesome. They save a lot of time because once you learn to use one of Browse AI’s Prebuilt Robots, you can easily pick up how the other robots work. They work the same way, except for a few steps that might be unique to each Prebuilt Robot.
However, this tutorial might be a good start if you have yet to use Browse AI Prebuilt Robots.
Extract job listing information from LinkedIn.
If you haven’t signed up to Browse AI, you can sign up now.
- Login to your Browse AI Dashboard and search for the LinkedIn Prebuilt Robots.
- Look for “Extract job listings information from LinkedIn.”
- Once you activate the Robot, you will be taken to the Setup page. You must provide the Job Title, Job Location, and Max Jobs per Row.
- Hit the “Next” button, which will take you to the “Review” tab.
- Go over the info you have typed in the previous step, and when you are happy with it, hit the Start Extracting button.
- It might take a while, but once Browse AI is done, you will see a table with the extracted data.
You can go ahead and download the CSV file. A great thing about this extraction is that you can visit the job link and start applying from one place.
We hope you had learned something new. If you use the Browse AI LinkedIn PreBuilt robot wisely, you can build your professional network, land new jobs, and monitor company profiles.
Please leave a comment below if you have any queries. We would love to help you out.
If you are just getting started, you might also want to read this article on Browse AI Extract UpWork Job Postings.