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Proxies Rotation & Higher Keyword CTR?

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by Faramawi, Mar 11, 2014.

  1. Faramawi

    Faramawi Newbie

    Jun 22, 2012
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    Please Forgive my low experience with the subject, I am not new to SEO but kinda new to some techniques concerning proxies & Cloaking, etc..
    After some reading I now know why we need to use proxies services for our work, which I concluded that it will highly relate with high volume data, accounts, searches, accounts, etc.. (So far, I am not missing much because I am not an agency or freelancer)

    The Question is about "Keyword Relevancy":
    We know that Google Assumes that a urrrrrrrrl is Relevant to the search keyword "wtf" when many people search for "wtf" & chooses to open urrrrrrrrrrl. Then Google start to rank higher the link to make it easy for searchers.
    (I know there are many other factors, that's not the discussion about)

    What if we used IP rotation to have a computer to multiple clicks from multiple Proxies for our target keyword, & selecting each time the targeted link, our link.

    I know This can be completely dumb because I am missing the technical part here
    Just calm down & explain what I have missed.
  2. Eightomic

    Eightomic Registered Member Premium Member

    Oct 20, 2012
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    I haven't tried it myself, but the theory seems correct. There are only a few critical issues to be aware of:

    - You need to execute JavaScript on the page for Analytics to count the visit, I would suggest using CasperJs to do this easily from a CLI
    - Bounce rate is also very important; try to stay on the site for as long as possible or navigate to other pages before exiting.
    - Google may be able to detect that you're using a proxy if you're not using a high-anonymous elite proxy. Even then, they may be able to detect that your IP is originating from a data center and not an ISP.
    - Be sure to spoof your User Agent consistently so it doesn't look like you're using too many different devices per IP.

    Hope this helps.