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Scrapebox question?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by thesmashge, Oct 16, 2010.

  1. thesmashge

    thesmashge Power Member

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    I have bought scrapebox and have installed it in my desktop but i cannot scrape from google since i think my ip got blacklisted.

    My question is can i install scrapebox in my laptop(with different internet connection)

    is that possible?or do they have license issues and don't allow it?
     
  2. thesmashge

    thesmashge Power Member

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    I wonder if i can get any help here,since most people here use scrapebox.
     
  3. youssef93

    youssef93 Senior Member

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    As far as I know, you'll need to request a license transfer. As for your IP getting blacklisted; no offense but if you do not know that the simple solution to this is using proxies then you might wanna hold off a bit and outsource linkbuilding until you properly grasp sb.
     
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  4. thesmashge

    thesmashge Power Member

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    youssef93....

    I get the good intentwith which you replied....but just wanted to say that i know that i have to use private proxies...but using my idle laptop and pendrive connective is a cheaper substitute.
     
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    youssef93 Senior Member

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    Well I do not believe it could actually be a substitute since sooner or later it'll get blocked as well you know. If you cannot use private proxies, why not try public ones?