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Discussion in 'YouTube' started by sms200, Feb 25, 2010.

  1. sms200

    sms200 Newbie

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    where do you get your proxies from for posting youtube comments and are there any good bots out right now? what do you pay for your proxies. i want top quality proxies that work for posting comments.
     
  2. c0ntenth|ef

    c0ntenth|ef Power Member

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    i dont pay for them i get them free from different web sites some work fine some don't but yes you can buy them too some members here on bhw offer it.
     
  3. jodys

    jodys BANNED BANNED

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    If you're serious about this marketing, get your own VPS (that ALLOWS proxies) and build your own proxy server. I first started with Dante but wanted more than one IP so I put the job to bid and hired a guy that set up my VPS as a proxy server and now I have all the IPs I need and don't need to worry about blocked ports, burned IPs, slow IPs or any of the other problems that go along with buying IPs. My investment? $15.98 a month for 9 fresh IPs with all ports open, secured and under my control. I gave the coder $50 to set it up for me so I have HTTP and SOCKS5 on each IP with PAM control and it works perfectly. I can add as many IPs as I want for $1 each and my host breaks up the C blocks for me. With my 9 IPs I currently have 3 different C Blocks. Takes me only a minute to add more and make them proxies. That is what I think is the best solution for fresh, steady and fast proxies. Of course it depends greatly on what you're doing with proxies if this is the best approach for you.