Bad connection crippling my SB blasts- any workarounds?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Ranko Jones, Apr 22, 2011.

  1. Ranko Jones

    Ranko Jones BANNED BANNED

    Mar 3, 2011
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    I know I could outsource the blasts to someone else but that is more money I don't really have- since I wanna be blasting steadily every day for now.

    Currently my blasts are being crippled by the connection apparently dropping causing a run to fail after only usually 5 or so successful hits.

    I think it is my connection rather than a problem their end, I was just wondering if there is any way to workaround it.

    I had a search around and tried the 'half open' windows fix thing but that didn't help.

    My connection doesn't drop totally but it is unreliable in that I will often lose signal for a few seconds then get it back. This isn't too much of a problem when doing other stuff online like videos/surfing etc. since the constant steady connection isn't too much of a problem but with the SB blasts it is absolutely wrecking them.

    Of course getting a new connection would be the obvious fix but if that isn't an option just now could anyone suggest any alternatives?

    I want to be blasting steadily throughout the day but this is absolutely throttling the potential of scrapebox :(. Currently what I've been having to do is export the successfuls then close down scrapebox (as it won't resume or work at all until I restart) and then reload it back up and load the original list and do a compare and try again.

    As you can imagine this is agonizingly laborious when I only get like 5 successes each time- sometimes I'm lucky and get 150 or so but it is almost as bad as having to do it manually.

    So could anyone offer some suggestions at a solution minus the internet connection thing (which I am working on)?
  2. scweb

    scweb Newbie

    Nov 14, 2010
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    You could rent a VPS and install SB on there
  3. pkalico

    pkalico Junior Member

    Feb 3, 2011
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    I second getting a vps. I said it in another post, but I get the $35 package from and average about 500 submissions per minute. Some people have had bad luck with them, but I'm pretty happy with that speed. Usually average 20 mbps by the way