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Setting up private proxies on ScrapeBox

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by SuzieQBlackHat, Feb 13, 2017.

  1. SuzieQBlackHat

    SuzieQBlackHat BANNED BANNED

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    I am about to buy 50 to 100 private proxies for ScrapeBox but before I do that I want to be fully sure of how to do it, especially in regards to setting up timeout gaps for both the harvesting part and the comment posting part.

    I know a lot of you guys sell private proxies but before I buy from you I need to know these two things first
     
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    Here you are:
     
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    Good video and Loopline is a very dedicated individual, but it didn't address how to use proxies with the comment poster part and that is the part that I am looking for. I will just scrape URLs using a VPN and Bing, since Bing doesn't ban you ever and can harvest millions of URLs from Bing, so the harvester part is taken care of.

    How do I use private proxies with the comment poster and do I need to add a time gap between comments or any other relevant info I need to know?
     
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    Okay, so nobody here can answer such a simple question? Perhaps I did not word it right, so let me try again.

    Should I use private proxies for comment posting? It will increase the success rate dramatically, right? And do I need to set anything special or just input the proxies, and let it run?
     
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    Private proxies will definitely help. I believe (from memory) you just import them and can also run a google test on them to see if they're already blocked by Google
     
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    Private proxies are the way to go to achieve consistent, successful bulk commenting. Using public proxies will yield terrible results.

    Setting up your private proxies is easy you just input them into Scrapebox in this format: 'IP: PORT: USERNAME: PASSWORD' (no spaces)

    Something else to consider which will further increase your success rate is a captcha breaker. I would recommend looking into this further.

    The Scrapebox settings you use will be specific to the system you are using so you will have to just play around with these. You can read the thread under /seo/scrapebox-optimal-connections-settings.271639/ to get a better idea of what may work well but we warned the information relating to harvesting is likely well out of date now.