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Discussion in 'Proxies' started by SeanAustin, Dec 16, 2013.

  1. SeanAustin

    SeanAustin Power Member

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    I'm about to roll out a massive twitter campaign and need to make sure that the private proxies I use will last me a year + without changing, having downtime, or being inconsistent in general. If the proxies aren't able to do this, I will potentially lose a decent amount of investment.

    I am thinking about changemyipdotcom, as unr3al seems like a trustworthy guy who has assured me that I can keep the proxies as long as I need.

    But I would love input from anyone here who has had success with another long term proxy provider. I am willing to pay $2 per private proxy, so I would hope that this is able to get me what I want.

    Your input and or recomendation is very much appreciated
     
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    Have a look at the marketplace and check out the reviews. Best advice I can give you.
     
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    Moved thread from blackhat SEO to Proxies, as it is more appropriate here OP.
     
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  5. SeanAustin

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    Thanks for the advice and link. I have already checked the bst section, but it just seems like none of the threads state specifically that "you can keep the same proxy, which will continue to work for the next year plus, without having to be changed or deleted". Something along those lines are what I'm seeking. But I will continue to dig harder to see if I can find the provider I'm looking for.
     
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    I've had great service with unr3al, sslprivateproxy, squidproxies and with couple more providers from the Marketplace here, most of them are really the best ones out there

    when you are looking for non-changeable IPs you should contact few providers and ask for your specific needs. Most of them advertise proxy rotation as thats what most people need, i don't think they will have any problems letting you use the same IPs all the time..
     
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    i'd go with sslprivateproxies, i have been with them since they opened a BST. Great customer service
     
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  8. SeanAustin

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    Thank you for the advice. But you bring up a point that is confusing me quite a bit. Why are so man proxy providers advertising monthly rotation, even with their instagram and twitter proxies?

    Last time I tried to run a twitter campaign, everything was great, and then the monthly rotation came around, I changed my proxies in the twitter program I use, and immediately 78 - 90 accounts were banned.

    It just seems like for this sort of thing, it's much better to stick with the same proxy per account as long as possible. Can anyone clear this up for me? Maybe it was a coincidence why the accounts got deleted, but I'm just very hesitant to change proxies after I spend money in building up all the accounts.
     
  9. HerpDerpSlerp

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    Just started using squidproxy this month. At first they gave me american IP's by default but they did not work as I wanted so they gave me another set of american and they did not work so they gave me a 3rd set in another country and they all worked for what I wanted them for. Not sure if that helps you any but their support is super fast in their ticketing system
     
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    So a few good providers have already been listed for you so I'll just stick to your question and try and clear it up a bit. In your case you're correct, no rotation is needed, for the exact reason you just gave about having accounts get locked. In other cases though depending on what you're doing, it can be very beneficial to be able to change out IPs/proxies. As far as I know most places make that an option, but I'm not really aware of any that force you to do it. For example, on the private proxy packages for sslprivateproxy.com there's an option to request a proxy change, which you're allowed to do once a month usually depending on the place. You just would never use it. The IPs don't just go bad out of nowhere unless the provider shuts down the servers or something. Other than though, you can keep the same IPs/proxies for as long as you pay your month subscription.
     
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    http://buyproxies.org/
    Best service for me.