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Is it safe to use Tor browser for backlinking?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by saidhalimi, Dec 16, 2015.

  1. saidhalimi

    saidhalimi Newbie

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    Is it safe to use Tor browser for backlinking?
     
  2. Jumbuck1976

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    Ye, there's nothing wrong with using Tor for backlinks. You might however run into a few problems.

    1. Tor exit nodes are massively overused. You'll find your IP has been banned either via spamming or because it's known as an exit node.
    2. It's often sllllooooooowwwww - you won't get much work done.
    3. If you're using Tor through Windows and using the Firefox browser you'll find it blocks everything as standard. A real PITA if you need to be able to login to places and pick up cookies. A more elegant solution would be to run Tor through a program that puts all traffic over it and then use the browser of your choice. If my memory serves me right Polipo was a program that did this on Linux before the browser became the mainstream way to access Tor.

    Personally, if you're going to be doing alot of backlinks and web2.0 building the best way is to buy a couple of private proxies and use something like Viscosity to run them all. You're talking $20 max to set everything up with viscosity and 10 proxies from buy proxies or a similar vendor.
     
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  3. saidhalimi

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    Ok I if this method will cost me 20 or 30$ I will apply it to day, and thank you..... because you understand me that I want diversify my IPs without I don't mention it