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My scrapebox fails.

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Miguel_, Nov 29, 2011.

  1. Miguel_

    Miguel_ Newbie

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    Hey, I'm doing autoposting with scrapebox but the rating of success is less than 1ok/100fail.

    ¿Why? :(
     
  2. MadMX

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    Run your list through BlogAnalyser Addon. Use the ones that are okay.

    As Dazzler said, public proxies have a lower success rate than paid ones. But your success rate should be higher then 1% anyway.
     
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  3. extremephp

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    Use Private Proxies. Reduce the no. of connections.

    And if they are generic blogs/sites that scapebox cant post to, it will just fail no matter what.

    So, what depends is, no. of connections, Proxies, and your list :)

    Happy ScrapeBoxing \m/
     
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  4. Miguel_

    Miguel_ Newbie

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    I'm using public proxys found in this forum, Should i buy one? or more than one.

    I'm using a 140.000 urls autoaprobe blog list.
     
  5. ewandy

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    How many threads are you running at?
    I've used to run it at max 500 and the posting rate sucked. If you have 4-5k proxies then you can run 500 threads.

    If I have around 1k i runt it at 100 threads. The success rate falls because the proxies are used over and over again at the same time. Which makes them slower. Of course these are public ones sooo yeah.
     
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  6. Miguel_

    Miguel_ Newbie

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    I should have 10.000 backlinks don't matter quality.
     
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  8. Toples

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    its not the proxies probably but the list...
    it might be old or spammed to death...
     
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    This.

    You can't just pick a list of public proxies and use it over and over again. They usually last a few hours before all the IPs are banned at the big G, and after that you'll also risk being labeled as a spammer by blog filters. It's a matter of usage volume.

    You say you have ScrapeBox, right? so why don't you use it to harvest and test fresh lists of good proxies?. Then it's just a matter of testing them, including the IP test (to insure there's no leakage of your ID).
     
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    I've tested this a few weeks ago 2,4% succes with 1294 public proxies and 44,3% with 10 private proxies... on the same list!
     
  11. Moayediyan

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    If your list is crappy and you are using public proxies it is normal to have such a bad successrate.

    Use good AA/non-AA lists with private proxies and don't overdue it with your threads and you should be good to go.
     
  12. randomoffers

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    It's most likely a proxy issue... Check the proxies before using them using the proxy check tool. If they're bad, buy some better ones.
     
  13. theonly1

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    For best results,keep the ratio 1:3 to 1:7 ;this produces the best results IMO,but everything depends on your list.10 private proxies:30 to 70 connections
    Get some public proxies for scraping;there is a service here offering decent public proxies for $5/mo or use proxygo(haven't tested him yet,but will get his service very soon|i harvest some proxies on my own from time to time and haven't had the need to scrape on a daily basis)
    And always prepare some custom footprints-this will produce the best results.
    Also read the macbaren thread in the forum;everything you need to know about scrapebox is shared there!
     
  14. eternalfrost

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    public proxies have 10,000 other people using them for other things too. this makes them slow, unstable, and basically insta-banned.

    AA lists are always changing. websites add moderation software or get taken down completely.
     
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    Where'd you get your AutoApprove list?

    If its not exclusive & new, chances are the list has been killed.

    Hosting companies shut down most of these sites since they take up to many resources/size/bandwidth from everyone trying to hit these AA lists.

    Most AA lists die quickly, I mean REALLY quickly. That's why you aren't likely having success.