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Scrapebox doesn't harvest from google

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by Riton87, Apr 29, 2015.

  1. Riton87

    Riton87 Newbie

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    Hello i recently bought scrapebox, and i harvest google, bing, yahoo and exalead, but scrapebox never find any single url from google. I used public, private and no proxies, with the latest non beta version and the 2,0 beta...
     
  2. veboo

    veboo Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    There's some thing wrong with your proxies probably. Check whether the proxies pass Google and use em again
     
  3. Stevenlarsen

    Stevenlarsen Regular Member

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    Just check your proxy,There via proxy checker or may be your setting is wrong,Upload screenshot here,So we can understand,What is your problem.
     
  4. loopline

    loopline Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Are you using V1 or V2?

    Its banned ips to be sure, but if V2 use the detailed harvester it will give you more status. Else in the custom harvester do you get errors under the error column for google?

    Also google can block for 1 query and not the next so especially if your using advanced operators then it could easily be banned for your queries. So try some other proxies basically.

    If using V1 you can try the singled threaded harvester and it will flat out tell you ip blocked if thats the case. 302 error (ip blocked) is what it says.

    You can get to the single harvester by going to settings and unchecking the use multi and use custom harvester.
     
  5. Riton87

    Riton87 Newbie

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    Hello, what i dont understand is that i tried it without any proxies and for a single keyword. So will i need proxies in every case of use? Do you have good proxies? What is the best i can possibly have for a good price?
     
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    Well your IP could have been banned immediatley or google also has perma banned a lot of ip ranges for some isps. So yes then you would need proxies.

    There are multiple proxy providers listed here along with explanations of what the various types of proxies are and why they are ideal for certain situations. The best setup for scraping only is probably the back connect proxies mentioned there:
    http://scrapeboxfaq.com/scrapebox-proxies
     
  7. Riton87

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    Hello, i saw some of your tutorial, thanks for your answer, i honestly dont know what informations to give you except that i dont have any errors messages, it just doesnt harvest. I bought 5 private proxies and tested it and it passed the test. Im just researching for one "two words" keyword with no footprint on google and just dont get any results, im a bit confused by the option panel also..