Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by loclhero, Dec 17, 2007.
is it just me? why can't i even access the page when i use ghostsurf? seems to not wanna let me in.
Yeah, I sell on Craigslist regularly and use Ghost Surf.
You need to go into "Privacy Control Center" and enable cookies and all should be well, then when you finish surfing, block cookies again.
I have found that sometimes I have to lower the anonymity level to get in C-list but no worries there as C-list is relatively benign as far as snooping goes.
Just my personal experience and $.02.
That's the weird part, I've got them set up in the special sites. Enabled cookies and just left the ip blocked with no encryption and all i get is a "cannot find page" in the browser. as soon as i allow the ip to be seen I'm good. Strange.
Craigslist is quite agile when it comes to the implementation of functionality to foil spammers. I can't figure out how some people get away with some things that I can't.
Good luck with it.
I guess that I am lucky as I just don't have any trouble with C-list, even going so far as to post duplicate listings in different cities. Of course, I use different IPs and email addresses and break up the phone numbers or write them out in text(I ALWAYS include a phone number in my listings! I want to sell my shit, not play fucking email games! That's what eBay is for!). and have only gotten one listing removed in six months.
I also do not copy and paste my multiple listings; slightly rewriting them for each posting.
Maybe my eBay experience pays off here; I dunno.
I see lots of stuff being sold on C List with phone numbers shown.
Is that a problem with getting flagged and deleted?
Spelling out numbers helps to keep active?
I tried using EzAdSuite on Craigslist, and it was a waste. I keep hearing about people still making good bank off of it, so I guess I'm gonna have to take another look at it.
I've been trying the same program, and still cant get my post to show. Maybe 1 out of 50 at best. Any useful tips would be great.
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