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For Craigs List What's the Current Big Fish Set Up For Automation With No Ghosts?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by KSoze, Jul 28, 2009.

  1. KSoze

    KSoze Power Member

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    Need to learn Cl.

    Reading the posts here on how to automate and get away with it.

    What's the current best practices, tools and services employed by the big fish that post hundreds of ads a day?

    CL Bot Pro- check

    How to be able to rotate IPs - not checked.

    What do Warner Cable modem guys do?

    Buy DSL?
    Buy Proxies?
    Rent IPs?
    VPNS that offer rotating Ips?

    Looking for best ROI method for IP swapping? - There fixed it!
     
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  2. BigHustlah

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    Bottom line, is if you want to be able to post hundreds of ads a day, you are going to need lots of PVA's. Advice varies int his forum on how to use them, but they guy I get my PVAs from recommends posting one ad, per PVA, every 48 hours. With that said, if you want to post 100 ads per day, you would need 200 PVAs. If you are trying to break down a budget for a big craigslist campaign, I would start there. PVAs are going to be your biggest expense.
     
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  3. KSoze

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    Got it! Thank you.



    I read Tommy's stuff posted here and I totally get the need to have hundreds of PVA's and to protect them.

    That why I want to learn how to protect them.

    I read that limiting the IPs used on PVAs is article.
     
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