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I'm not sure how you got pass 300. By default, Google limit every query to a max of 300 (30 pages with 10 results each page). Check if there are duplicates in 700.
木 7:05 2/12/21
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Yes, is the short answer. The long answer, our system is designed to support as many request as you want. We don't do any rate limiting. But Google still limits every query to 300. There is no way to get around this. Even if you do the search manually they limit it to 30 page.
木 7:04 2/12/21
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Hello, We offer more plans with higher limits and also offer a MEGA plan which gives you unlimited requests. We're also doing a Black Friday deal which ends later today. However, if you would like to discuss some more in private, send us a support ticket by clicking `contact` at https://rapidapi.com/apigeek/api/google-search3/details
火 12:26 30/11/21
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You can use the `start` parameter to index the search result. So when you give `start=2` you are actually starting gettings results for the second page. You want to increment by 10. https://google-search3.p.rapidapi.com/api/v1/search/?q=site:org&country=US&start=0 will give you the top 10 results (page 1). https://google-search3.p.rapidapi.com/api/v1/search/?q=site:org&country=US&start=10 will give you the 10-20 results (page 2). https://google-search3.p.rapidapi.com/api/v1/search/?q=site:org&country=US&start=20 will give you the 20-30 results (page 3). https://google-search3.p.rapidapi.com/api/v1/search/?q=site:org&country=US&start=30 will give you the 30-40 results (page 4). Also checkout this discussion thread for full details. https://rapidapi.com/apigeek/api/google-search3/discussions/17674
日 8:38 28/11/21
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You can use the `start` parameter. It will always returns 20 results. So if you want to get results 0-20, use `start=0`. If you want results 20-40 use `start=20`. And so on.
日 6:16 21/11/21
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Hello, thank you for your concern. This API was created to provide a solution for developers to perform Google searches. Why Google does not provide such service is unclear. Any publicly available website is legally scrapable. This was deemed legal by the supreme court. [1] `robots.txt` are meant for search engine crawlers to avoid overloading a website. Since this service is not a search engine crawler, robots.txt does not apply. [2] The logo is an interpretation of Google's logo. The price difference is because of the extra fees that the API provider must pay for hosting it on RapidAPI. We assure you this service is legal. source: [1] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HiQ_Labs_v._LinkedIn [2] https://developers.google.com/search/docs/advanced/robots/intro
日 2:56 21/11/21