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Small Question about Scrapbox

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by ultras03, Nov 16, 2010.

  1. ultras03

    ultras03 Registered Member

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    Hey, can anyone tell me how many URL PR checks I can do with 1 IP address? (per hour or how it is) If there is a limit at all

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    It takes me a max of 5 minutes to "harvest" proxies, and check which are good, and replace them.

    You can easily get over 100 GOOD proxies with only 5 minutes :)
     
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    goog doesn't publicise their banhammer rates, but with only 1 IP you are not gonna get very far on a PR check. You need proxies for that.
     
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  4. ultras03

    ultras03 Registered Member

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    well yea I am using the proxies.... I'm using max threads and I can harvest a few hundred proxies in 5 min. But you know how it is, almost takes forever with big lists :) that's why I was interested if 1 IP can do it and as I thought myself it's a no-no
     
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    Yep, a big list is gonna take awhile. A portion of that time is very dependent on the speed of the proxies you're using. The harvested proxies from sbox's in-built sources are pretty heavily used.