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Need a cheap server or something for using EWP

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by kikiriki, May 13, 2012.

  1. kikiriki

    kikiriki Power Member

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    I want to use extreme wiki poster to post to 2k+ wiki sites but with my internet connection its going really slow
    and i want to know if there is a a good and cheap solution that will enable me to submit a lot faster?
    Thank you.
     
  2. DarthM

    DarthM Regular Member

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    Get a VPS. There are a few providers on BHW, although I've only used (and still am using) Hostamus.
     
  3. kikiriki

    kikiriki Power Member

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    Sorry for the newbie question, but with a VPS will i be able to use software from my desktop like extreme wiki poster and magic submitter
    and not only scrapebox, xrumer or senuke?
    I have 10MBPS connection, and the posting is really slow for some reason, so i would love to get it like 10 times faster.
     
  4. DarthM

    DarthM Regular Member

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    To use a VPS, you will connect using the Remote Desktop tool, which opens another desktop up. You will need to install any software on the VPS (the software needs to support your VPS's operating system - mine is Windoes Server 2008). I don't have EWP but I have run Magic Submitter on my VPS.

    The connection speed should be much faster than your home one, depending on the VPS's specs. I just ran a speedtest on mine and got 185Mbps.
     
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    kikiriki Power Member

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    You said: "(the software needs to support your VPS's operating system - mine is Windoes Server 2008)" , please tell me what do you mean by that.
    Also, i checked a few vps providers and they all tell you how much ram memory, disc space and bandwidth you will get, but how do i know what connection
    speed will i get? where can i find that?
     
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  7. DarthM

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    A VPS has it's own operating system, e.g. Linux, Windows, etc... It doesn't run on your computer's OS. I'd go for a Windows-based VPS such as Windows Server 2008 since most IM tools are made for Windows.

    To know the connection speed, it's best to ask the VPS supplier directly, since you can't tell from knowing just the ram/bandwidth/disk-space.
     
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  8. kikiriki

    kikiriki Power Member

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    I understand now.
    Thanks a lot for the information.
    Last thing that i want to know is what is a good connection speed when using a VPS and what do i need to make sure that the provider has
    if i am going to use the their VPS for only IM tools like EWP, ScrapeBox and Magic Submitter.
    Is there a VPS with 1GBPS connection speed? lol
     
  9. DarthM

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    Hmm, I don't know about 1Gbps speed, but I'd imagine it'd be very expensive.

    Anyway, I think you should make sure that you're getting at least 100Mps speed.

    Get a Windows-based VPS since most IM tools work on Windows. Magic Submitter requires the .NET framework + IE8 to run, so I simply installed those on my VPS to get Magic Submitter running.

    Also, get sufficient RAM. I often run three instances of Scrapebox at a time and 1GB RAM is sufficient for this. But if you're only running one instance, then less RAM (e.g. 512MB) should be fine.
     
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    There are providers with "1Gbps" speeds, but really you're on a 1Gbps network with however many other users they put on a host. Which sounds great.. Until you throw things like ScrapeBox, Xrumer and other highly threaded applications that use often hundreds of connections.

    So the connection speeds are spotty, sometimes you will get very good speeds, sometimes you will get crap speeds. It all depends on how many users are on there and whether they're all working at the same time.

    Check out http://www.blackcatservers.com, there are a few things different about the setup than other places..
    1.) The resources you pay for are yours and only yours, plus resources are allocated on the host machine just for your VPS. Instead of cramming on as many users as possible, the number of users per server is dictated by the number of VPS the server has the resources for. So however much RAM/CPU you pay for, that's how much you have available.

    2.) The bandwidth works the same way. Instead of stuffing as many users as it takes to eat up the connection, the number of users is also dictated by how much bandwidth is available. Which is 100Mbps per user. Another thing, since the bandwidth is divided up like this, you also get unlimited transfer. So your speed is 100Mbps at 3AM and at 3PM.

    3.) You get full control over the VPS. Not just a limited account on a server. You are given a Windows XP Pro VPS and there is one account on there, Administrator. That is you. You can install, uninstall, create other users (virtual assistant?) and everything else the Administrator can do. Instead of creating the system around, "how to lock people out of as much as possible," the system was created with "how to allow people as much access as possible." And the end result is 100%. :)

    And actually, some very big machines may come eventually with dedicated 1Gbps, 4GB RAM, 3x2.66GHz..
     
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    You can checkout my signature. We have 200% positive reviews and we are using 1000 Mbps ports. Our servers are never oversold or over loaded and it's perfect for you. The download which you would get on our server would range from 200-700 Mbps. If you have any questions feel free to PM ME.

    Btw, did I tell you that we are providing unlimited Bandwidth too? :D
     
  12. kikiriki

    kikiriki Power Member

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    Yes i checked your signature but for me the price you are offering is a high at the moment
    so i must find a cheaper provider, even dough they will probably offer less then what you are offering.
     
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    Then check out my signature. ;)
     
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    hi
    may be u can get what u want here falcondomain.com