Data is all over the places. Most likely, your team uses an increasing number of tools to get their job done. Scraping allows you to put it in one central location, even when APIs are not available.
Take unique data sets to improve your product and build new features.
Data collection is a key part of technical marketing. Get leads exploiting alternative sources.
No, but you should be willing to learn at least the basics. At the very least, going through the course will help you outsource the work to developers with a much clearer understanding of what needs to be done. That being said, in the course we also go through methods that do not require code.
If you are a developer that doesn't regularly use scraping, you can benefit from seeing how someone that uses it in the day-to-day approaches it, and how it's done in 2020. You can also benefit from seeing how I connect the dots to find possible applications for the extracted data.
Unfortunately, no. I attribute making thousands of dollars in products revenue from the strategies explained in the course. Moreover, it would be unfair to other students.
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