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Proxies for scrapebox

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by pokerjk, Apr 9, 2011.

  1. pokerjk

    pokerjk Senior Member

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    Hi,

    Having problems checking PR with scrapebox, mostly saying n/a.

    Can anyone recommend a cheap, reliable private proxy service for scrapebox?

    10 Should be enough, will only be harvesting/checking pr/commenting around 50k a day. Don't have a much of a budget sadly but these may improve.

    Cheers
     
  2. Maruk

    Maruk Power Member

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    If you are going to use your private proxies for anything other than commenting it will be a waste of your money buddy.
    Try this instead:
    [youtube]-vTmdZ_troQ[/youtube]
     
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  3. pokerjk

    pokerjk Senior Member

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    I did see that video and tried the footprint worked great.

    Thing is it brought me over 90k proxies. I tested around 10k which took half a day, and only got 40 good proxies so thought is this really worth it.

    I will try using no proxies for the PR check as at least then I should be able to do a few thousand.
     
  4. Burdan80

    Burdan80 Newbie

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    Anonymous-proxies is really good you might have a look at them. I've been very happy with them
     
  5. Maruk

    Maruk Power Member

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    I forgot to mention that if you test 90k proxies at once, your original IP gets blocked by the checking engine and thus returning all proxies as failed! Sorry for wasting your day :p
    You'd be better off test 2-3 sources at a time and instantly deleting them if they don't come up with enough good proxies.
     
  6. chinmokuyuuki

    chinmokuyuuki Junior Member

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    Jep thats a lesson I had to learn the hard way Maruk.

    Taking the easy road isnt always the smartest thing to do.
     
  7. efwebs

    efwebs Regular Member

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    this forum has a proxy section that shares daily proxies to check. there are also some forums dedicated to proxies that will share more. some of those have links to blogs that list even more.

    between all of those I can usually gather about 5k proxies to check, and about 200-400 actually work for me.

    I've had more luck with public proxies than private, personally. Mostly because I can run more connections on 300 public than 10 private, so it's faster, and the success rate isn't that much different.

    I've paid for 10 private and 4 shared proxies, and the shared seem better (I think it's just a source....not because they are shared. Check out Mazgalici on fiverr. He has 4 shared proxies for $5, which have worked well for me. YOu can get more of course if you want more than 4. Or just stick to the public ones like I said....I have private proxies and I don't even use them.
     
  8. mazgalici

    mazgalici Supreme Member

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    This is the url

    http://www.fiverr.com/users/mazgalici/gigs/give-you-four-fast-proxies-from-our-servers

    Thanks efwebs ;)

     
  9. pokerjk

    pokerjk Senior Member

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    Thanks for that. The fiverr website is interesting indeed!