Here is what I'd like. I want to input a list of keywords into a web form, have the script take those keywords, (one by one), and get the sponsored search results. The sponsored search results will then be entered into a mysql database. I need this to be flexible, allowing me to set it to run hourly, daily or weekly via a cron job on my server. The first form should allow me to create a category for the list of keywords too. The info entered into the database should be the date the ad was scraped, the title text, destination url and ad copy. I want this to run automatically each hour/day or week depending on how I set it up initially. I'd like this to be coded in php and use a mysql database, so I can modify it myself later. I can provide a test folder on one of my servers to make sure everything runs correctly under my server settings. The basic jist is I want to input a bunch of keywords into yahoo and then see which ads are showing. I want it to run for predetermined timeframe that I would set up on start up and then allow me to analyse which ad showed and how many times it showed along with the keyword that triggered it. I'm trying to research profitable campaigns.
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Needs to work on my server.