Discussion in 'Proxies' started by SERPHunter, Oct 19, 2008.
Anyone that could tell me more about SEOProxies.com - Good or bad?
Maybe because me and my partner own it... but we provide password protected broadband proxies. I use them myself and don't see a difference between the speed of the proxy and speed of my home broadband.
Haha, i would say the same thing if i where in your place.
I hope more people could chime in if they've used your service.
Glad to see the owner is a forum member though.
Yeah me and my partner are both members here. We jointly own and run quite a few different services... this is one of them.
There are currently over 60 members of this service, and haven't more than a peep out of them (besides the normal password reset issues, suggestions to improve use, etc).
my only complain is the updating of the proxy list
it doesnt update until after 2-3 days
why is that so?
I'm a member. Couple of days ago when I signed up none of the proxies worked (there were zero notifications about it though...I had to spend a couple of hours to find it out on my own) This seems to have been fixed for now. I have some questions though:
1) Are the proxies replaced with the fresh ones every 24h or do some of them stay in the list longer? (if they are not replaced every 24h or faster, they will become unusable for P*Bay & M*nova submissions fast)
2) What proxy checker can I use to test password protected proxies (ProxyFirewall/Charon doesn't seem to have an option to test private proxies)?
The proxy updates only happen when the proxies need to be updated. If none come up as bad, why do we need to update them?
We ran into an issue with our checking system, which is why they came up as bad. That has since been fixed.
1 - Some stay longer if they are still good. Remember, these are OUR proxies, no public ones. Ones you get, may be ones you use for months. Exclusivity is key!
2 - Use ProxyShell - works very well.
Perhaps you can explain then why, after paying $49.95 you have issued 500 proxies to me that I am already in posession of having purchased them previously from Unique Internet Services, the authors of Proxy Firewall?
We are suppliers of proxies. We don't just supply end users.
So you are the owners of the proxies. Therefore you have given rights to UIS to sell your proxies, right? Don't you think it would have vbeen a good idea to advise UIS NOT to resell your proxies, as they could be selling to YOUR customers?
Look mate, i'm a paying customer, YOUR paying customer, I expect more than a terse answer when I have paid for a service that I have not received. (i.e. EXCLUSIVE). Sort it out or refund please.
AJ, we will get everything sorted out. I'll pull from another pool and hopefully there won't be any overlap. You can expect an email shortly with a new set.
Thank you, although I don't know what you mean by "hopefully". Surely you know which companies are reselling your proxies and exactly which proxies they are reselling?
By the way, I couldn't for the life of me get Proxyshell to work. If you load up a list, it loads two proxies fom the list (the first and the last), fails them both and then loads up a load of public proxies from apparently nowhere.
I had the program running perfectly myself, and for some reason it started doing the exact same thing today.
AJ - We are in the process of putting together your new list.
New list of proxies received. Many entries on the list are duplicates, and some are even triplicates, thus reducing the actual number supplied to 281, 19 of which are dead. I'll give the benefit of the doubt in terms of whether that was deliberate or not, but please rectify immediately.
are your proxies part of some botnet?
Apparently the script that controls proxy cleaning, checking, etc stopped working early yesterday. The issue has been fixed.
How many proxies do you have total? Are they US based?
We have about 20,000 proxies total. About 70% of them are US based. The rest are spread out over canada and Europe/Asia.
are the proxies labeled so you know if there us or europe proxy?
Separate names with a comma.