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Scrapebox, boost to 1700 avg url/s?!

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by Tensen, Nov 9, 2010.

  1. Tensen

    Tensen Newbie

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    Can someone try if this works for you too, or if it's just me.

    Normally, my scrapebox harvests around 300 avg url/s for me, BUT
    when scrapebox is busy scraping, and I select the main frame of scrapebox ( so you can move the program around on your screen ), and hold down my mousebutton, scrapebox just goes on a rampage, I can see my avg url/s going up, up UP. (300, 500, 800, 1000, 1200 avg url/s)

    My setup(idk if it matters but oh well): average laptop, Scrapebox, 50k keywords list, scraping wordpress blogs, around 200 high latency proxies (2500ms) from proxie harverster, scraping google with 24h time limit.
    (btw my Internet connection approx. 10mb/s)

    Since I'm using remote access, I just click the scrapebox main frame, hold my mouse button, alt+tab out of remote access and leave it for a bit, and I'm now getting around 1700 avg url/s. ^^

    Hope it works for everyone :D
     
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  2. cooooookies

    cooooookies Senior Member

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    Ouhhh. First I thought this is a joke. Did you already tape your mouse button?

    When I open the window and let fresh air in, it sometimes goes up to 10k/s!

    Did you at least check your bandwidth usage before sharing your genius ideas?
     
  3. Tensen

    Tensen Newbie

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    First, it's not just sometimes, it's !>everytime<! and everything goes 5 times faster. So to answer your question, YES also my bandwidth. And if you must know, the results are the same, but the time to get the results is far less of course...

    If it doesn't work for you ... bummer, if it works for someone else, i'm glad!
     
  4. jb2008

    jb2008 Senior Member

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    Surely this is not possible? Is this for real or some reporting error?
     
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  5. Tensen

    Tensen Newbie

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    Unable to direct upload a pic because I haven't been a member long enough but check this pic, I made it today of my scrapebox session

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    ( moderator don't delete this )
     
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  6. Olbol

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    I know this guy in real life, and he is not BSing. Anyone got an explanation for this?
     
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  7. Olbol

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    Yeah it actually does work!

    My connection isn't as great as his, so I had to lower the connections a bit, I changed to CPU priority to realtime and started harvesting, once it starts just hold down your mouse on the title bar at the top so you can drag it around, and watch your urls/s fly!

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  8. jb2008

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    OMFG This shit works!!!

    I was thinking SB doesn't always use all the bandwidth the connection is actually capable of...

    Er, how do you click the mouse and keep it clicked down?
     
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    biteablegravy Registered Member

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    It doesn't look like the mouse trick helps with posting, I'll have to check it out while harvesting though that's awesome.
     
  10. jb2008

    jb2008 Senior Member

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    Why/How the hell has Sweetfunny not seen this? SB is not utilizing anywhere near the possible maximum bandwidth it could, thus reducing speed often times tenfold !!!
     
  11. HatIsBlack

    HatIsBlack Regular Member

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    I don't know how this is coded but my guess is that when you click the mouse on the windowframe you bypass/pause his routine to let other programs do it's work.. with other words. other programs/processes on the mashine don't get the attention it should have from the OS.:D
     
  12. Anon752

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    This is something rather old in windows programming.

    The API call from the win32 api is LockWindowUpdate, and its whats happening here.

    The application doesnt have to draw to its window anymore, which means the screen itself isnt updating until you stop the "mouse trick".

    The reason scrapebox is not running this fast normally is that it is wasting cpu cycles and gpu cycles updating the window. When you lock the window from updates with your "mouse trick" it frees up a lot of cpu and gpu for scrapebox to speed up.

    Releasing the mouse, undoes the LockWindowUpdate and then everything slows back down again because scrapebox is trying to redraw its window contents.
     
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  13. jb2008

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    Aha, that sounds like a plausible explanation. I just have to find an object that can automatically massage my mouse button, haha...

    Any ideas??