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[HELP] Anyone know anything about Proxies etc?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by jamesjk1, Feb 1, 2014.

  1. jamesjk1

    jamesjk1 Senior Member

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    Hi guys - struggling to wrap my head around proxies, VPN's, PVA's, IP's and other 2 -3 letter acronyms, lol. Im creating youtube videos and want to protect myself from being banned etc from shady SEO etc. Ideally, I would like to create 5 separate accounts.

    1. For max protection, should I be using a dedicated private proxy + google/youtube account PVA? For PVA YouTube accts, do they come ready to go (i.e. Google/YouTube name is already selected)?

    2. Can I 'switch' back and forth between my private proxy and my 'normal' one?

    3. How do you actually USE a proxy? Is it just a matter of going into internet setting and manually changing it?

    Thanks very much for any help guys. Man, I find this stuff so confusing sometimes.

    ~Cheers
     
  2. SerpEvil

    SerpEvil Supreme Member

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    you can buy dedicated proxies 1-10 ,see sig for my best proxy provider.when i create manual accounts or i do manual work on my accounts i set up a proxy on my browser and i know which proxy i used for twitter,facebook etc.if i log on facebook i set firefox with my proxy that was used for it and so on,got it?maybe there is a easiest way but this is safe and never had any trouble or any account banned.PM me if i wasn't clear enough
     
  3. ATRONOT SEO

    ATRONOT SEO Junior Member

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    right on top of my already given the details,,,,
     
  4. srinu0812

    srinu0812 Supreme Member

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    Stop spamming mate. Writing useless posts everywhere.

    And for the OP,
    1. Yes, you can use a dedicated proxy and make sure that ip is linked to a account always.
    2. Yes, absolutely. Just make sure you are logged out of your other accounts and your cache is cleared. (Just to avoid any suspicion)
    3. Yes or you can use a tunnel software and load all your proxies in it.
     
  5. Masterptc

    Masterptc Regular Member

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    Ive been using dedicated private proxies and create a new user account for my computer and assign the proxy to that user through the computer internet options in control panel. That way i never f*ck up, the proxy will stay assigned to that user unless you remove it in control panel and you dont have to worry about deleting cookies, cache, etc...
    So when u want to switch proxies just restart the computer and pick a new user.