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Google and Proxies

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by agag2, Oct 3, 2013.

  1. agag2

    agag2 Supreme Member

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    Hi

    I have a script that queries Google in a variety of ways.. I am using 1-2 second random delay, faking user agent, using about 20 proxies.. However I still get blocked from Google..

    Any way around this?
     
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    Right now it is taking 1.5 hrs for about 1,000 queries using random delay of 1 - 5 seconds

    If I increase this delay it will take even more time..
     
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    It's pretty simple with Google - you increase the time between searches. There is a sweet spot for normal queries, if you're using 20 proxies try about 3-4 threads and you should be able to search basically forever. However, when you start to introduce search operators and especially advanced operators that all goes out the window.

    Really you have two choices, increase the time between searches or increase the number of proxies. There's no other way around it that anybody would tell you.
     
  6. agag2

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    I am using the quotes search operator, this may be the problem