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How to make Scrapebox do its job FASTER?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by lostkitten, Jun 15, 2011.

  1. lostkitten

    lostkitten Regular Member

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    Please correct me if I'm wrong.

    If I buy more PROXY, increase the connection from 15 to say 100, will that increase the speed of Scrapebox doing its job posting, harvesting, etc?

    If I have 20 proxies, what should my connections be?
     
  2. Satyren

    Satyren Regular Member

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    Get a VPS with atleast 100mbit connection and some more private proxies - You'll shit bricks ;) (no offence ofc)

    And to answer your question - yes, it will increase the speed of sbs job. (if you have an ok connection speed)
     
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  3. lostkitten

    lostkitten Regular Member

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    I have rapidovps and xserver.eu or something.

    good enough right?
     
  4. GunzZ

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    If u wanna success rate on maximum for 20 proxies, the best choice is 20 connections. But in this way the speed is not good. You can use this way night time, when you sleep. Day time the optimal variant is 50-60 connections. In this way the speed is regular and the success rate is not so bad.
     
  5. TheMatrix

    TheMatrix BANNED BANNED

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    WRONG (for most cases).

    High connections doesn't mean more success. It just means faster process giving up on success rate.

    I would suggest you test and tweak setting, and find the one that suits your internet connection, and PC config.
     
  6. Ranko Jones

    Ranko Jones BANNED BANNED

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    I tested this a bit recently.

    Low connections = REALLY slow but higher successes.

    High connections = less success but much faster.

    Now are we back at square one? No.

    I noticed that I could do maybe 3 runs of the high connections in the time it took to do one run of the slow which ended up with a significantly higher overall success. Those were my preliminary findings at least.
     
  7. GoldenGlovez

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    Hello Lostkitten,

    I've recently written a guide here on the forums on preparing your computer for proper Scrapebox usage. You can find this information here:

    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackh...58-howto-optimize-your-network-scrapebox.html

    What this does is prepare you computer for increased HTTP connections to handle the resources needed by Scrapebox. By default a machine will start to drop connections with high outbound connections, causing a lower success rate. With these tweaks it allows you to increase your concurrent connections while maintaining the same success rate.

    Hope this helps!
     
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  8. ozblackjack

    ozblackjack Newbie

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    Hey Goldenglovez - correct me if I'm wrong however your guide specifically relates to preparing a computer to use scrapebox, right.

    If lostkitten is using a VPS, will your guide still be relevant?
     
  9. MagicMike

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    Just remember that "speed" and "success" are not always the same thing. I generally run a list through SB twice (sometimes 3 times, re-running "fails")... having less connections and a slightly longer timeout can actually be faster for me in the long run since I'm looking for a high "posted" rate to get the most out of my lists.

    TheMatrix is right, once you understand the process than the only thing to do is try out some different settings and see what works best for you.
     
  10. nigunim

    nigunim Registered Member

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    I am also wondering this, I had 20 proxies, bought another 20 and it did nothing. So i think it means I need to get a vps with fast connection, can someone confirm?

    As far as how fast, you have to tweek it yourself, there are too many factors and everyones situation is different. Expect 2 months to get it all right