LinkedIn Profile Extractor

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This software is unofficial and is not affiliated with LinkedIn in any way. Before using the software make sure to read the bot's description and the official Terms of Use of LinkedIn.

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Create a free account on Botster
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Choose a bot and provide seed data
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Start the bot and wait for completion
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Download or share your results

About this bot

In short: This online tool will extract LinkedIn profile data in bulk from people’s PUBLIC pages.

Have a look at the example results for a better idea of what kind of data you will get.

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Our LinkedIn resume parser only exports publicly available data. If the profile restricts some of its fields through privacy settings, the bot will not be able to reach it. 

The bot will parse LinkedIn profile data from people’s accounts, not from LinkedIn search results! To export LinkedIn search results, use the LinkedIn Search Scraper.

Video tutorial

Watch me explain how to scrape LinkedIn profile data in detail:

How is LinkedIn profile scraping useful?

Our fast and simple LinkedIn profile scraper can be used for multiple business-related purposes. This tool can automatically extract most of the profile's public information, including education history, work history, and many other kinds of data, which can prove very useful if you want to scout the network for experts with particular skill sets or backgrounds.

The LinkedIn profile export bot works quickly and efficiently, sparing users the trouble of manually sorting through hundreds of profiles. It saves you a great deal of time by automatically collecting pertinent data about potential employees/contractors and compiling the results in an easy-to-read table.

Additionally, the LinkedIn export profile bot enables you to scrape up to 1000 accounts per run, which is convenient if you are running a large-scale recruitment campaign or would like to consider as many candidates as possible – afterwards you may use the results during the screening process to make sure you pick the best fit LinkedIn has to offer for your position/project.

How to scrape LinkedIn profiles in bulk

  • Sign up on Botster
  • Go to the bot's start page
  • Select the number of experiences to scrape
  • Select additional details to scrape
  • Enter LinkedIn profile URLs
  • Click the "Start this bot" button

That's it – the resume parser LinkedIn bot has started working!

Software walkthrough

1. Open the Launch bot form.

Click on the "Start bot" button on the right-hand side of this page to open the spider's form:

2. Enter the details.

Give your "Job" a meaningful title, and optionally specify (or create) a project folder:

3. Select the number of experiences to scrape.

4. Specify which data needs to be exported.

The full list of details available for scraping includes:

  • Award
  • Skills
  • Courses
  • Patents
  • Projects
  • Education
  • Contact Info
  • Network Info
  • Publications
  • Certifications
  • Treasury Media
  • Recommendations
  • Related Profiles
  • Languages
  • Volunteer Experiences

5. Enter LinkedIn profile URLs.

⚠️ Each query must go on a new line:

6. Set up notifications.

Specify if you would like to receive a notification when the LinkedIn profile extractor completes the crawl:

7. Start the bot!

Click the "Start this bot" button on the right-hand side:

That's it! You will be taken to your "Jobs" section. The software is now working and will notify you once it has finished scraping LinkedIn profiles. 

Data output

After the bot is done with the LinkedIn resume export, you can download your data as an Excel (XLSX), CSV or JSON file.

To use this bot you need to register or log in first.

Frequently asked questions

Open the LinkedIn profile extractor’s start page, enter your LinkedIn profile URLs, tick the data that you need to scrape, and launch the bot. The resulting table will contain LinkedIn data about all these people.

Tick ‘Most recent only’, ‘Five recent experiences’, ‘Up to 10 recent experiences’ or ‘Up to 20 recent experiences’ on the LinkedIn profile extractor’s start page, and the bot will extract these.

Yes, you can. Once the bot is done scraping, open your job and click on the Excel logo. The file will be automatically saved to your computer. Other formats available for download include CSV, JSON and Google Sheets.


Endpoint: POST https://botster.io/api/v2/bots/linkedin-profile-scraper

Request body:

input string or array of strings (required)
Links to profiles

scrape_options array of strings (optional)
Extract data
Possible values:

award_Award
skills_Skills
courses_Courses
patents_Patents
projects_Projects
education_Education
contact_info_Contact Info
network_info_Network Info
publications_Publications
certifications_Certifications
treasury_media_Treasury Media
recommendations_Recommendations
related_profiles_Related Profiles
languages_profile_Languages
volunteer_experiences_Volunteer Experiences

position_groups string (required)
Jobs (Experiences)
Possible values:

1Most recent only
5Five recent experiences
10Up to 10 recent experiences
20Up to 20 recent experiences

Every time when looking for potential employees for my business I use this bot to extract their data, import it to Excel for comparison; and make my decision. It's fast and convenient. Great thanks to the developers!

1/4

In my work, I have to deal with hundreds of people's profiles (I am a recruiter). Screening the right people had never been fast and easy until I learned how to use this tool. No more manual scraping – automation forever! ❤️

2/4

This bot is absolutely recommendable to use in HR! I always tick all the checkboxes to get as much info as possible (accomplishments, rewards, volunteer experience, etc.). One glance at the table is enough to decide on the candidates.

3/4

What do I do when I'm about to write my next labor market research report? Right! I open this bot and scrape LinkedIn profiles. Thanks God now I can easily grab and analyze the necessary data in absolutely no time.

4/4

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