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How do you stop Scrapebox from commenting when there is no internet connection?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by bluegarden, Jan 2, 2011.

  1. bluegarden

    bluegarden Regular Member

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    here in my place, the internet connection and power is a bit temperamental so you would often get disconnected from the network.

    Scrapebox would still comment on blogs even if there is no internet connection and it would mark those commented blogs as FAILED and you have to redo them again.

    I think Scrapebox should check first if there is internet connection before marking those blogs as FAILED or it should PAUSE commenting as soon as it detected an internet connection failure.
     
  2. xboxps3wow

    xboxps3wow Power Member

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    that would slow it down A LOT. Just re-run the failed list after its done.
     
  3. buttulgly

    buttulgly Junior Member

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    Why not use a VPS? Currently reading thorugh the scrapebox threads as a prelude to buying it and have come accross half a dozen VPS recommendations so far in the last half an hour alone.
     
  4. SupraFast

    SupraFast Junior Member

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    The application should be checking for errors, that's what separates good programmers from bad ones. It doesn't make sense for the application to run down a list of blogs and attempt to post if there isn't a internet connection in the first place. It wouldn't take much time (anything the user would notice) to do a check before attempting to connect to a server. Speed isn't really a factor here based on PC performance. Scrapebox operates at it's speed due to bandwidth, ping, proxies, server bottle necks, and etc.