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Python Blogger Post Collector

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I worked as an undergraduate research assistant in Dr. Arlen Moller’s Motivation and Health Psychology Lab for a semester. This summer, Dr. Moller reached out to me about a project he was planning which involved analyzing the contents of a specific blog. The blog in question is on, which hosts blogs built with Google’s Blogger service.

As far as I could tell, there was no straightforward way to pull all of the posts and comments off of a Blogger site. So, I wrote a Blogger collector in Python. You can find my source code [here]( The repo has a readme that I think should make using the collector pretty straightforward. If you have any questions, though, please feel free to leave a comment here or to open an issue on GitHub.

(Disclaimer: The current incarnation of the script may or may not allow you to rotate between numerous API keys, thereby allowing you to avoid running up against API rate-limits. If this is the case, comment out that line. It shouldn’t let you do that, and it’s probably against Google’s TOS.)