Proxies or vpn for manual link building?

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  1. brucewayne90

    brucewayne90 Regular Member

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    Hi people. I was wondering whether should I use proxies or vpn for manual linkbuilding? I've outsourced link building before here at bhw marketplace but i wanted to try to build links manually as part of my internet marketing learning journey. I am basically trying to build tiered link building. For my tier 1 im planning to create multiple web 2.0s and i'm not using any software for account creations etc. Just hand built web 2.0s. And if using proxies, should i get the semi dedicated or dedicated? :sorry:
     
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    Rokebono Senior Member

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    I'd choose dedicated proxies, when it comes to semi dedicated you don't know what the user that is sharing the proxies with you is doing with them.
     
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    Thanks for the reply rokebono. Just a question. For the creations of web 2.0s, do i have to use one proxy per one web 2.0? Anyway i've been looking at buyproxies and squidproxies at the moment.
     
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    I'd recommend you as many web 2.0's per proxy as you want as long as they are different root domains. For example you create 1 x Tumblr, 1 x Blogspot, 1 x Wordpress and so on per proxy. Yes, buyproxies are good, squidproxies might be can't say anything since I haven't tried them and what else I can recommend is sslprivateproxy.
     
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    Thanks for the advice pal. Will check out sslprivateproxy. You've been a great help! :D
     
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    micjustin33 Newbie

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    You can use Zenmate.. they also have 5 countries IP options..