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Best way to cloak on Power Leads Pro

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by bendexter, Apr 8, 2015.

  1. bendexter

    bendexter Newbie

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    How's it going. I'm using Power Leads Pro to help out the brick and mortar business I work at get more potential leads. However, I stupidly tried using it without a proxy or VPN and within 15 minutes I was getting Google verifications (I was scraping from Google Maps). What's the best way to prevent this from happening? I've never cloaked before - I just know that you can either buy a list of proxies or buy a VPN, or both? I won't be using this software every day.. It's really a one time thing for a few hours. What route should I go? And if you could recommend a source for either proxies or VPN, that would be awesome too.

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  2. Inabox

    Inabox Newbie

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    What you are looking for doesn't have to do with cloaking. It sounds like you were scraping google to fast and your IP got flagged. Now you need to do captcha every time your computer performs a search on google.

    If that is the case, All you need to do is buy some proxies, put them into power leads pro and if there is a delay option for queries, set it to 61 seconds....preferably 91 seconds if you wanna remain extra safe. The delay is a delay in the amount of time each proxy will perform a search on google. Usually if you search more then once per minute you will get flagged and have to do captcha within 15 minutes.

    I would recommend setting the delay to 91 seconds though just to be extra safe that your proxies don't get flagged as-well.

    A VPN wouldn't work out well because that would still be 1 IP that you would be using at a time, and you would eventually get that IP flagged by google, and possibly banned by the VPN provider for abusing there IP's.

    As for proxy providers, there are plenty reputable providers in the Marketplace that you could buy from that would work for what you need. You basically need proxies that are Google verified.