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Quality exclusive proxies that never been used on CL?

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by CLjunky, Apr 23, 2010.

  1. CLjunky

    CLjunky Newbie

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    Impossible? Tried a few providers, but they all just rotate same proxies monthly and they all been used and abused on CL already.
    Is there a hope?
     
  2. evilchippy

    evilchippy Newbie

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    Hey,

    I spent the last month doing nothing by trying to get good proxies for CL. I'm not claiming to be an expert, so take my opinion with a grain of salt.

    My experience:
    After spending about $500, not a single proxy service I tried provided me with good results.


    The best was probably iprental.com, but I had three big problems with them: 1) The max time that you can rent a proxy for is 12min. This wouldn't have been a big deal except 2) Only about 50% of the proxies you rent are actually from the geo location you request and 3) Most of the proxies have such slow throughput, it is impossible to get something posted without running out of time and then being switched to a bad proxy.

    Worst:
    In my experience, any proxy that has no geo location or a location far away from where you are trying to post is worthless. Every other service I tried (I'm not raining on anyone's parade, so I'm not giving names) violated the geo location issue I stated above.

    Recommendation:
    If you're trying proxies, DO NOT simply plug them an autoposter and hope for the best. If the proxy is bad, you will destroy (reverify phone number) every PVA that you try to post with.

    Does anyone think I'm full of it? Again, I'm not claiming to be a genius of CL. Is anyone actually using proxies effectively? I keep reading posts saying "my PVAs are dropping like flys," which leads me to believe that others are experiencing my same problem.
     
  3. evilgary

    evilgary Junior Member

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    can't help it. Providers themselves need to buy the ips first before doing all the configuration before selling to you. those ips that have been abused by "you" have to be exchanged with others either doing or not doing the same business as you.

    eventually, all the proxies in the same pool would get soft blocked. its best for you to get a C class block by yourself. but any wrong move will also get the whole block soft block.

    so don't blame the proxies providers, blame those who are using it to abuse the system. the proxies providers cannot do anything about the proxies being soft blocked. If they do get blocked and they cannot find anyone to allocate to, they would actually absorb the cost of the ips.

    So, if you do want "hope" get a C block for yourself and if the entire get soft blocked, it will be your fault.
     
  4. justone

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    I do have virgin IPs at seo-proxies.com but I am not rotating them.
    And that's the problem, the people want highest quality IPs, they fuck them up and expect replacment with highest quality IPs giving bad ones in return.
     
  5. evilgary

    evilgary Junior Member

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    yea i do agree, they just blindly cause the ips to soft block and start ranting that the proxy provider is lousy or keep giving them bad proxies.

    but they never think that the proxy provider would have a harder time to reuse this bad proxies by giving them out to others who are not doing identical business like them. at the end of the day, if the proxy provider cannot re-allocate the bad ips to other of different business, they have to absorb the cost.

    so one good thing is to buy the whole block yourself. so if you do it blindly, thats your problem.