AliExpress is an online retail service based in China and owned by the Alibaba Group. In this tutorial, we are going to show you how to scrape seller info from AliExpress.

If you would like to know how to build the task from scratch, you may continue reading the following tutorial or check this video below.

To demonstrate, we will use this URL as an example:

Here are the main steps in this tutorial: [Download demo task file here]

  1. Open Target Webpage

  2. Create Pagination- to scrape multiple pages

  3. Create Loop Item- to scrape from each product

  4. Create Hover On- to show the seller info

  5. Extract Info- to get the seller info

  6. Check the Workflow

  7. Run Task and Export Data

1. Open Target Webpage

Paste the URL on the home page and click Start


Two things to do after the Go To Web Page is created -

  • Under the General section - update the Timeout to 120 seconds (instead of 20 seconds by default), allowing the webpage to have enough time to load entirely

  • Under Options section - check the Scroll down the page after it is loaded box, and change Repeats number to 10. This means the workflow will stop after scrolling 10 times

  • Click on Apply to save the changes

2. Create Pagination

  • Click on Next then select Loop click next page

  • Go to Options section under Click on Paginate, update AJAX timeout to 15s

  • Check the Scroll down the page after it is loaded box then adjust the number of Repeats to 10

  • Click Apply to save the changes

3. Create Loop Item

  • Click on 2 random store names on the page and click Loop click each URL


4. Create Hover On

  • Click the store name then select Hover on selected element


5. Extract Info

  • Extract all info you need by clicking on it, then select Extract the text of the element, repeat until you have all info needed. In this case, we will extract the store name/ store no./ item as described/ communication/ shipping speed.

  • Double-click on the field names to rename


6. Check the Workflow

  • Below is how the final workflow looks like. If everything is in place, you can continue to run the task


7. Run Task and Export Data


Here is the sample output -

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