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Estimated Bandwith Usage For 40k Scrapebox Backlinks?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by solitka, Aug 14, 2012.

  1. solitka

    solitka Registered Member

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    Hey all,

    I've had Scrapebox for a while but haven't really been able to use it due to lack of Bandwith but since my Internet is being upgraded next month I'm wondering an estimate on how much bandwith would get used from 40,000 backlinks? Completely rough estimate is all I'm looking for.

    Thanks for in advance for any answers.
     
  2. Untouchable

    Untouchable Supreme Member

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    Use bandwith monitor(A free widget) if you have a windows 7 desktop. Run scrape box. Do the backlinks. Check the amount of bandwith used. You can easily set the counter to 0 and recheck.
    Hope it helps!
     
  3. solitka

    solitka Registered Member

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    I have the ScrapeBox bandwith meter but I can't afford even trying to run through 40k until the internet upgrade and that's 30 days away so hoping to know beforehand so I can plan ahead for if I will be able to run it regularly.
     
  4. OldSalt

    OldSalt Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    run through 1000 and then guestimate what 40 times that would be.
     
  5. solitka

    solitka Registered Member

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    Yeah, that's a good idea actually.
     
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    frazgta Power Member

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    Run 100. Multiply it 400? :)
     
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    A larger batch will produce more accurate results - that's why I figured 1k for the sample size. If he ran 5k and multiplied by 8 it would be even more accurate to determine an average run time.