Scrapebox PR Checker

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  1. bstsystems

    bstsystems Regular Member

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  3. bstsystems

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    10 very good private proxies
     
  4. mcgoohan6

    mcgoohan6 Power Member

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    Unless you have a lot of proxies, you are probably still going to burn them up if it's a big list.
     
  5. Drink More Tea

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    It works absolutely fine for me.
     
  6. Dodge

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    This.
     
  7. bstsystems

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    So you're saying that I can't check the pr because the sites have banned my proxy ips?
    Is this a temporary ban for a couple hours? Did they also ban them from posting to their site then?
     
  8. mcgoohan6

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    Google will ban the ip from querying for around 3 hours (that's the number I've always heard). I have ten private proxies and they are only good for a few thousand. Many of those show as N/A and in an ideal world, those N/A would need to be run through again.

    I often use the Fake PR Checker to run lists of expiring domains from the TDNAM addon. The lists are usually over 100K and with ten proxies I usually only get through a few thousand before they start to error out. I usually just do it again the next day. I rarely try again a few hours later, but I suppose I could.
     
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  9. bstsystems

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    Ok thanks guys, I guess google banned them, I'll have to recheck n/a's tomorrow
     
  10. SuperLinks

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    Why not use public proxies and get it done now? Whenever I'm extensively scraping/utilizing Google I'll harvest fresh proxies and use those for my endeavors, especially when checking PR in bulk.
     
  11. mikey3412

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    It works fine for me as well.
     
  12. bstsystems

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    Thanks. So I should just use my private proxies for fast/slow commenting, and the public proxies for everything else?

    Also, I heard someone say not to use any at all for link checking, is that true? Why?