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Proxies - scrapebox says yay, gsa says nay

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by nobodyelsein, Oct 15, 2014.

  1. nobodyelsein

    nobodyelsein Regular Member

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    I've just fired up gsa ser for the first time (after watching a bunch of tutorials) and within a few minutes gsa is declaring that my 20 proxies (10 private, 10 semi) are burned. I tested them I scrapebox and they appear to be fine.

    I I was using my private proxies for everything (searching, submitting etc), should I instead use public proxies for searching and private just for submitting?

    Ultimately I intend to use scrapebox for finding targets, but have some more research to do first.
     
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    nobodyelsein Regular Member

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    Just running fifty threads btw.
     
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    delta_squadron Registered Member

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    Try to increase the "Custom time between search queries" in the options. You can try with public proxies for searching URLs but that's going to be slow as hell. Your time will be better spent researching how to scrape with Scrapebox.
     
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    Thank you, I've doubled the custom time between search queries to 120 seconds and will get stuck into scrapebox.

    LPN is currently 0.26 :)
     
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    avi619 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    In your proxy options - Untick automatically disable private proxies if detected to be down.
    That should do the trick.
     
  6. nobodyelsein

    nobodyelsein Regular Member

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    It just so happens that I've just done that :)

    I was wondering why that was there, surely if a proxy isn't responding then GSA would ignore it anyway?

    What has really surprised me is that as far as GSA is concerned some of these proxies have come back to life!

    Now working at 0.62 LPM, really loving this!