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Google Captcha after Using SEO Tools in Business Network

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by lisendrel, Mar 19, 2014.

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  1. lisendrel

    lisendrel Newbie

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    Hi!

    I am working together with a few groups (about 18 ppl in total) on a business start-up project. We are using a room with our own business network, so that we have all the same IP. I have installed a few SEO tools (for Firefox) I found on the web for my browser to do
    some SEO competitor research and analysis. Out of a sudden, we had to insert Google Captcha after every search and later I found out that we are risking of being blocked my Google.

    Is there a way we can securely do our research? Am wondering how all those marketing companies are handling it. We have our own network and I tried to use private proxies through my browser, but
    it isn't able to work at all through this (cannot visit any website, I assume it must probably be because of our network).

    Could you guys advise me? What should I do?

    Please help!

    Lisendrel
     
  2. Diplomat

    Diplomat Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Use a VPN it's great too, it costs only like $5-10
     
  3. sashablack

    sashablack Elite Member

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    or simpler use proxies, you can find some on here if you do a search :)
     
  4. lisendrel

    lisendrel Newbie

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    When I insert a proxy into my browser and try to search, it seems to search for ages and doesn't finish at all :(
     
  5. Pornguy

    Pornguy Regular Member

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    Yeah, proxies or vpn. Just need to make sure that the same ip address is not searching too much on google.
     
  6. Snckr

    Snckr BANNED BANNED

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    That's probably because it's public (hundreds are using it). Try a dedicated or semi-dedicated private proxy from buyproxies.org
     
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    Use a VPS, VPN, or proxies.
     
  8. ibilalx

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    My dads university runs through the same VPN and more then a dozen work there on google etc. I would go with VPN if I was you but I'm not sure if it will 100% work but probably 90%