GSA SER 0.05 lpm even after trying every possible thing

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  1. USA282

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    Hey,
    I've been using GSA SER for the last 3 days and having some real issues with it. The thing is that I've tried methods from almost every tutorial but still can't make it work. The best I got was 0.1 LPM and that was with url shortners which isn't worth anything.
    I am using Captcha breaker + solving captcha myself as the second option.
    Using 30 private proxies and all are working fine
    using 25 emails ( edited the spam filters too)
    used all kinds of lists available plus the one that comes pre-installed + gsa's own scraping + links from scrapebox using the footprints provided by GSA
    I am on my laptop and plan on shift this entire thing on the vps once I know how to do it. My laptop is good enough to work with so that's not the issue.

    Any ideas?
    Also, I know its asking for a lot but if someone is helpful enough to manage these settings through teamviewer, I shall be thankful forever. The only possible ways I would be able to return back the favor is by create backlinks for you :D but I guess you already got gsa ser yourself so you won't need that.

    Secondly, I can provide you expired web 2.0's but I am sure you already know that.mm, anyways this post is getting too long. Please help :( I really need to get it working.
     
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    Bumpppppp
     
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    Bump Returns.
     
  4. Shaunm

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    Like I told you on the GSA forum, this LPM could be normal for the way you have the tool set up.