Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by rodnice1, Jan 10, 2012.
How do I know when its time to get new private proxies?
I had a private proxy for a while, it just depends on what you're using it for.
If you're using it for SEnuke campaigns etc, it is beneficial to get new ones more often as you might get your ip banned from several sites for spamming.
If you used them for things that I used them for (for example, for some reason on my computer I can't view the site Juicyads.com to see how much my porn site is making until I put in my proxy) than you probably have to never change it.
your question is very vague...
it really depends on what you are going to be using the proxies for.
Sorry. Its for scrapebox harvesting and posting.
In this case, you wouldn't need to change it very often, scrapebox posts in such large numbers that even if a few sites here and there banned you it wouldn't be a big deal.
I would just switch them every couple of months just because you can. Cancel your subscription a day before you are billed again, and open a new subscription to get a new one.
Will scrapebox post and check links faster the more good proxies I use?
As long as your proxies haven't been abused, then you shouldn't have to change them. A good rule that I was taught a while back and have great results with is to use public proxies for harvesting, and private ones for posting.
If your submission success rates starts to fall, then you may need to change out your proxies, but again, if you don't abuse your private proxies, you should be fine.
Another tip is to check with your current private proxy provider to see if they allow you to change your proxies. Some services will allow 1 IP swap every "x" amount of days(I can't say for sure because it depends on your provider).
What if you're posting blog comments to hundreds of thousands of sites daily. Will they get banned?
That depends on how well you structure your comments and overall how well you can appear as an actual person.
With that said, if you are posting to hundreds of thousands of blogs a day, you probably want to have a good stock of private proxies that you can rotate through.
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