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Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by housemusic, Oct 18, 2010.

  1. housemusic

    housemusic Regular Member

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    Common...I'm doing manual research and nowadays Google is blocking me from doing searching queries such intitle,inanchor,inurl just after like 20 queries. Anyone knows with the same problem is able to bypass this problem such waiting intervals or usage of proxies?

    regards and success!:plane:
     
  2. BorisTipsIt

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    Yeah, I got it too. Figured I had picked up some virus or something that was sending out heaps of junk mail. Got my "don't tase me dude" t-shirt for when the feds bum rushed the door. Damn, they never came!
     
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    Spam filters are pretty smart these days, this also happen for me lately and have to wait for like 20 mins between queries, enter captchas and yesterday I was asked for a phone verification when logged to an different gmail acc. I'm also curious about what others have to say, I don't use proxies.
     
  4. pavan

    pavan Elite Member

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    scan your pc with an antivirus
    and you can try clearing your cookies and cache
     
  5. patmiller27

    patmiller27 BANNED BANNED

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    Use proxies as far as possible... once google starts finding problems it goes on for a few days...
     
  6. sodevrom

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    I want to disagree about "goes on for a few days".
    If you are using softwares that deal with google directly, and flood google, you will get the annoying message.
    But after you complete a captcha, it usually goes away if you stop using the stupid software that got you in trouble.

    If it's a virus, install eset nod32 (you find it cracked for sure) because it's fast and reliable.
     
  7. housemusic

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    quite strange because they dont even offer captcha...ill try to install a new antivirus thanjs for the tips
     
  8. HelloInsomnia

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    It happens, usually for a few hours all the way up to a full day. Your going to have to get some private proxies, or you could probably try clearing your cookies, cache, history, then using Hide My Ass.
     
  9. dragondani

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    This happens t me only when I use "SEOQUAKE" if you use this pluguin perhaps have this problem.
     
  10. benpari

    benpari Registered Member

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    I have had the problem because of SEO Quake and SEO for Firefox when they automatically get PR, google links, or google indexed pages. If you are using either of these programs set it so they only appear on request.
     
  11. extremephp

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    Disable all Browser Addons!

    And Do a Spyware And Malware Check On Your PC :)

    ~ExP~
     
  12. semilar

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    I had the same problem when using seo quake or seo4firefox. I remember having the same problem when doing a lot of "insomething:" searches too, but I don't remember if that only happend when doing it while having those addons enabled. Often there is no captcha, only a sorry bla bla message.

    to get rid of it, do the following:
    1. close all google related tabs
    2. clear the ff cookies for the google domain causing the problem (but I usually kill all google cookies). I empty the flash cookies too, with "betterprivacy". maybe google uses flash cookies too... better save then sorry.
    3. reconnect to your provider to get a new ip
    4. have fun again until that retarded spam message shows up again...

    to minimize spam blocker problems, set all queries from seo plugins to manual, or at least the ones that query google and check only the information you really need.

    alternatively use market samurai instead of the ff addons, its seo competition shows you the same information and so far I haven't been banned by google, I don't know if its using a proxy though or if I am simply not researching enough to provoke it.

    I've been thinking about using firefox in privacy mode, simply closing and opening it again once I get blocked, MAYBE it works without reconnecting to your provider, and even if not, its easier then doing the manual delete cookies stuff. but I've not been able to figure out how to run ff in one window in privacy mode, and in another with my open tabs in normal mode... if anyone knows how to do that...? :)

    anyways, hope that helps.
     
  13. speedfire

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    sometimes i got it too.. maybe the server from google need to upgraded..:p
     
  14. readingaddict

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    lol @ all these replies.
    you're spamming up google and running around looking for viruses?
    I'd bet you a couple dollars if you did your business 100% manually you'd never get to that point.
    just use proxies or go slower with your programs.
    that goes for firefox add-ons too.
     
  15. wannabie

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    Genius - You have just given me a idea on something!
     
  16. 6hundy

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    i had the same issue. resolved after i got rid of seo firefox plugins
     
  17. scarab

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    Can we use all ip's between 74.125.0.0 - 74.125.255.255 ?
     
  18. machines-in-motion

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    By binary search, it appears that all IPs between 74.125.0.1 and 74.125.0.57 are Google.