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SEnuke X & proxies

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by letterman, Oct 25, 2011.

  1. letterman

    letterman Junior Member

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    After seraching around the forum I seem to be finding conflicting opinions on using proxies with SEnuke x. Should you use a proxy with SEnuke? I have read quite a lot of posts where users are using it without a proxy and dont seem to be having problems.

    What are the dangers if you dont use a proxy?

    If you do need to use a proxy then how many should I get I'm only a very light user of SEnuke and use it for promoting my own sites.
     
  2. Moogle!

    Moogle! Regular Member

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    Well, the only risk of using proxies is lower success rates.

    I get about 30 out of 50 web20 success without proxies and only 20 out of 50 with proxies.

    I suggest you start with 3 and dont waste time with public proxies, they die too quick, buy some dedicated private proxies.
     
  3. jass11

    jass11 Elite Member

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    proxies work well with SenukeX except for forum profile nuke,
    Just dont use those orignal senukex proxies buy some private proxies
    I use IPXPRT's proxies sold here on BHW with senukex and they are very good :)
     
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    balsagoth007 Elite Member

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    If you register many accounts from the same ip you will get a low success rate especially from bookmarking and web 2.0 websites. I just switch my ip and use toolbox before any new blast.
     
  5. letterman

    letterman Junior Member

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    I have a dynamic IP so I am guessing that I could just reboot the router and change it each day
     
  6. boydie

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    we are using it with private proxies and it works fine. I'll test it without these and see if there is a difference, we use ezproxies for this
     
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    asiriusthoth Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Good proxies work. Exclusive, Private proxies are the way to go. If you are using public IPs = usually fail.
     
  8. jahansibi

    jahansibi Newbie

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    can you please send me good sites about this?