SER already knows how to scrape on tons of engines.
But if you want to do "serious scraping" you need Gscraper or Hrefer.
Both are great for scraping lists, but we need to use footprints(which we start using from SER anyway) then after we need to parse the list through SER to see what url works and what not.
It works good. But it would be even more effective/optimal if we could do this from SER.
I would pay for a SER plugin that scrapes like GScraper but with all search engines SER has, uses the same footrpints as SER(wich we can edit very easy) and runs the list checking if URLs work.