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Viability of using private proxies

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by dunk15us, Oct 7, 2010.

  1. dunk15us

    dunk15us Regular Member

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    I pay for 10 private proxies is there any reason I shouldn't use them to harvest and check links etc. instead of solely using them to post. The SLOW free proxies take way too long :D
     
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    No, you should be able to use them for just about anything.
     
  3. chuckrm

    chuckrm Registered Member

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    I bought SB last night and tested it using free proxies but got unreliable outcome. My proxy need is really light since I just have to use it for testing and learning. I read about some proxy providers here at BHW but just need some recommendations. Any help?
     
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    chuckrm - I provide 3 levels of proxy service. 1st is general free proxies ($12.50 month), 2nd is Premium free proxies that fully support SSL ($20 month). Both of these services test the proxies every 2 minutes (testing the oldest first), so the lists are always fresh. Failing that I have private shared proxies that will work with whatever you're doing ($0.90 per proxy per month).
     
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    S7apster Junior Member

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    Check out packetflip.com
     
  6. chuckrm

    chuckrm Registered Member

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    FP is too much for me I think.
     
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    I use them for everything - sometimes I do a huge scrape or analyze with scraped proxies but it just takes too long and the results aren't as good.
     
  8. bidz2010

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    Can the premium free proxies be used for Facebook? I need 100
     
  9. bidz2010

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    Can your Premium Free Proxies ($20) month be used for Facebook? I need 100 proxies...Do I need private proxies? If so, they are .90 each, is there a monthly recurring fee, or can I renew if I want to , or cancel?
     
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    Hey there... I just checked out PacketFlip.com, are they over priced? I was looking at the $35/month plan (5 proxies). I am looking to use them with senuke.
     
  11. texacola1

    texacola1 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Check out my site below, for the best value proxies around. Usable for facebook, scrapebox, etc and all the other social network places you need to be to make some money online.
     
  12. wilkins

    wilkins Newbie

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    proxies can be sketchy without knowing what they were used for. but if you're working on a mass scale, you just take what sticks. like throwing rice on the wall.
     
  13. Jeffrey3773

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    do u normally throw raice at the wall? LOL :joke:
     
  14. texacola1

    texacola1 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Yes it's not real pretty using the scattergun approach.

    That's kind of why I've started my proxy service back up because I've noticed most of the current crop of proxy providers are getting more and more sketchy. With my cblock provider I'm able to switch out any cblocks that have been blocked by any of the social networks and get new ones on a monthly basis, which is pretty much unique in this business.
     
  15. mrankin

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    To be honest I haven't tried the Premium free proxies with Facebook, but would expect only a handful of them to work with it - too many others using them.

    My shared proxies are bought in bundles. Currently I have 30 of them for $27 per month recurring - but you can cancel whenever you like. Note there's also a $10 setup charge.
     
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    simpterfidilious Newbie

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    Anyone know of a good source that sells clean proxies? Is there even a way to determine if a proxy is clean?
     
  17. texacola1

    texacola1 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Yes I sell such an animal, though it's hard to tell since my signature keeps disappearing in some posts and not in others. Details are in my profile, but I currently have a lot of cblocks across 5 different servers in the US. Mine are clean and virginal and if they stop being so I just swap them out for a new set at the end of every month.

     
  18. simpterfidilious

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    Thanks. I took a look at your site. Let me ask a question, how do you ensure the ip's are clean? Do you set them up and can assure of their cleanliness otherwise and I not sure how one would know of what was done in the past
     
  19. texacola1

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    My service is pretty much unique in this business, my suppliers have tens of thousands of available IPs and if we at IpFreelyProxies have any reported problems we can either lock them out IP by IP in any affected cblocks so they don't get reused in any future proxy orders, or if it's bad enough we can just drop the problematic cblock and get it replaced.

    We currently have enough servers and cblocks that it will be several hundred more clients before we even get close to any sort of saturation, let alone any banning by networks. This of course doesn't apply to some of the nastier networks out there as they'll ban at the drop of a hate anyway.

    And of course we're not limited by the number of servers we can have filled with more and more cblocks if we do get too heavily subscribed.
     
  20. dunk15us

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    I'm currently using yourprivateproxy for 10 proxies a month and they seem very fast and reliable thus far :)