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Does anybody use Gscraper?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by theserp, May 22, 2014.

  1. theserp

    theserp Newbie

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    Hello, everybody!

    I have 2 licenses of Scrapebox, however I have fed up with searching for a quality public proxy service. I'm about to give Gscraper a try, mostly for its integrated proxy service. I've seen clips on youtube of people being able to scrape up to 100k urls per minute. Does anybody own it?
     
  2. undiesman

    undiesman Junior Member

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    It's a subscription based service (you get it free for 7 days only). IMHO, if you're buying GSscraper solely for the proxy service, it's not worth it. Unless you're willing to cough out 68$ (?) every month. However, I do find that scraping with Gscraper using public proxies are so much faster than scrapebox. Basically I harvest proxies from scrapebox, then load them in Gscraper and remove invalid proxies and let them scrape. I get an average of 100K-150K scraped URL (dupes removed) per 1000 working public proxies.
     
  3. innozemec

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    JasonS Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Second to this.

    @OP: also you can try proxy software such as Proxy Multiply.
     
  5. iglow

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  6. DemmyCool

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    NoHandsProxies + Gscraper works really well for me. Hope this helps.
     
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