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Dedicated vs. Private Proxy for twitter

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by Pinky&Brain, Apr 11, 2013.

  1. Pinky&Brain

    Pinky&Brain Newbie

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    What would you all recommend for Tweet Demon?
     
  2. extremeboy

    extremeboy Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    just take that private proxies which works with Twitter ;)

    You can find many just google it and ask provider about that is there proxies supports it.
     
  3. faster

    faster Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Dedicated" proxies and "private" proxies should be the same thing, as far as I know. You can check out providers at proxies for sale section,http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/f112-proxies-sale/. Better ask first, if they have Twitter friendly proxies before buying. I'd recommend using 1 proxy per Twitter account.
     
  4. SPPChristian

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    private proxies are divided in :
    1. dedicated private proxies
    2. shared private proxies

    They are called private proxies because they are protected with user and password or with IP-Authentification ...

    For twitter you should use dedicated private proxies, and 1 ip (proxy) / account
     
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  5. william555

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    I think Dedicated proxy just same as Private Proxy.that twitter only distinguish the IP and User_agent‎.
    1 proxy can work several accounts depend on how you use it.You can find a proxy service form this review site,
    http://www.privateproxyreviews.com/