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Google Temp IP Bans making Spamming Almost Impossible

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Micallef, Sep 25, 2009.

  1. Micallef

    Micallef Supreme Member

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    To find my backlinks, I depend on SEOquake's ability to list search results in order of page rank. When I started using this procedure several months back, I could search for backlinks for hours with no trouble.

    Today, I sat down ready to do some serious spamming. I was able to check one site before SEOquake failed. Just one site, half an hour. A few months back, I was doing hundreds.

    I've tried turning off SEOquake during normal internet use but this hasn't helped.

    Also tried using a program called parameter, but I find it to be slow and pretty much useless.

    All this means that the lifeblood of my money-making machine is slowly being killed by Google's IP bans!


    I need to be able to change my IP quickly and cheaply. My knowledge of free/paid proxies is weak, and I don't know the best way to do this. What I do know is that if I want proxies for free, 2/3 of my time will be spent trying to find a working proxy that's fast enough, therefore still badly hampering my backlink efforts.

    Can anybody help?
     
  2. eestisiin

    eestisiin Regular Member

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    What feature fails on the SEOquake? If its the backlink thing, then its not about google, its yahoo site explorer which only allows 20 or so request per hour or so
     
  3. gottaloveit

    gottaloveit Registered Member

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    I know this probably isn't what you want to hear, but depending on the money your making it may be well worth paying for some shared proxies. To eliminate this headache.

    Or if you have dsl just reset the modem this usually give you a new ip as long as its not dynamic
     
  4. Micallef

    Micallef Supreme Member

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    It's the PR function that fails, both in the SEO toolbar and on the Google search results. PR n/a is displayed in all cases. This is the only function for which I use SEOquake, aside from indexing checks.

    Can you or anyone else provide a ballpark figure as to how much you might expect to pay for a shared proxy?
     
  5. Jared255

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    $1 per shared proxy from packetflip
     
  6. silentthunder

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    What about using alternate "metacrawler" search engines meanwhile. Engines such as metacrawler, dogpile, 7metasearch, monstercrawler, etc.

    Check out hxxp://www.101topranking.c0m/special_engines_16.htm

    Change the xx and 0 of course. :cool: