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Scrapebox check pagerank

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by lucabrasi, Nov 20, 2010.

  1. lucabrasi

    lucabrasi Regular Member

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    My scrapebox will only check pagerank intermittently. Sometimes it goes like a banshee and sometimes it just says dead proxies.

    These proxies test out fine in Manage Proxies. I have a second program that uses proxies and test them too. It tells me the proxies are fine.

    I get my proxies from your private proxies . We know their a good outfit.

    Anyway, why do you think my scrapebox doesn't like to check pagerank?

    This is a list of 14,000 urls. Could that be the problem? Should I split the lists.

    Also, check pagerank is the only place I notice a problem.

    Anyway, thank you for your time.
     
  2. DesignEx

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    I didn't want to post a new thread, but I am having the exact same problem.... any one have any idea on what this could be?
     
  3. Kickflip

    Kickflip BANNED BANNED

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    How many proxies are you using? How many connections are you using? You are better off scraping 100+ public proxies for pr checking I think. They get banned really quick. But if you have 100-200 public proxies, you will do less requests per minute, so less time getting banned. Or lower the connections to just 3-5 and run it all night.
     
  4. citylightz

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    I had a problem with Page Rank being painfully slow. It would take 2 to 3 hours to check 2,000 urls.

    What fixed it for me was to turn off the delay completely. As I recall, it now takes less than 2 minutes to check around 2,000 urls. I also changed the "Adjust Maximum Settings" for PR to 100.

    Hope this helps your problem.
     
  5. Kickflip

    Kickflip BANNED BANNED

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    How many proxies were you running? I would assume a ton of good PR sites would come back as NA due to banned proxies.
     
  6. citylightz

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    That's possible, but I haven't bothered to test it. I was running the PR to find some good sites to comment on manually, so I wasn't looking for huge numbers.

    I did a G search and read about someone else having the same problem with the PR checker and it was suggested to them to turn off the delay. So I tried it and it seemed to work.

    RE: proxies. I have just been using public proxies. I try to use 100 to 200 when I can find them. But it seems to be getting more difficult to find a good quantity lately.

    I'm still learning, so if anyone has a better explanation and solution - I would like to hear about it.
     
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    I had this once and just did a reinstall, worked fine...
     
  8. bstsystems

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    After doing pr check, my pages are showing pr n/a when they actually have higher pr. I tried having no delay, and I lowered my # of connections down to 30. I'm using 10 good private proxies.