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Scrapebox BL Checker Timeout?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by altschule, Oct 9, 2010.

  1. altschule

    altschule Regular Member

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    I am trying to build a list, but in the backlink checker I keep getting a LOT of Reading: 10203... then it goes straight to "0 Error Timeout". How can I cut down on this? Is it a proxy problem?
     
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    altschule Regular Member

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    Bueler?
     
  3. blackhatdavid

    blackhatdavid Regular Member

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    I have just started using some private proxies today (had been using public ones from Scrapebox and others in the past). I have noticed a HUGE difference in speed and big reduction in errors that I have been getting in the past (assumably from poor proxies).

    I don't know if your guess that proxies may be a contributing factor or not, but I would think it is a strong possibility.
     
  4. Jacko

    Jacko Registered Member

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    How is it that scrapebox backlink checker finds all the nofollow backlinks?

    Thanks,

    Jacko
     
  5. blackhatdavid

    blackhatdavid Regular Member

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    I assume that you are just kidding...? SB obviously doesn't care what the links are. It just extracts them.
     
  6. altschule

    altschule Regular Member

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    nofollow is something telling the engine's crawlers to not follow that hyperlink. scrapebox doesn't care.

    i'm using proxylist.co which is just checked public proxy's, maybe next month i'll see if i can get on some private proxies if i find them at a suitable price for my budget.
     
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    chuckrm Registered Member

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    any better than SB's harvested provies?
     
  8. altschule

    altschule Regular Member

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    it's still public proxies, but they have people testing them and updating every 15 min or so, so instead of testing 15k proxies for a few good ones taking up all that time, the dirty work is done for you.

    still worse than private proxies I'm sure, well obviously since i'm seeing a few errors. But definitely better than scraping and definitely worth the money.