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VPN Vs. Proxies For Magic Submitter

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by tobylitrell, Feb 13, 2012.

  1. tobylitrell

    tobylitrell Newbie

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    I like MS but have been getting subparresults lately and I'm thinking I should try switching from using Proxies to using a VPN like HMA for a month to see if it improves sign up and submit completion rates. The guy behind the program recommends it over proxies but I wanted to get people's opinions here.

    Even if you don't use Magic Submitter, if you use Xrumer or something similar, do you recommend and use a VPN over proxies?
     
  2. G-S-T

    G-S-T Executive VIP Jr. VIP

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    A VPN will cost you shitloads and you will still be using proxies that have been shitcanned by the 10,000 online marketers who done it before you. Try getting some private proxies and see how that goes.
     
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    tobylitrell Newbie

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    HMA is just $11 a month (as cheap as $7 a month if you lock into a year) for their Pro VPN option; am I missing something or is there a much more expensive option which I should be looking into instead. I'm using Squid Proxies at the moment with varying levels of success. Squid costs about $20 per month for 10 privates.
     
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    HMA and other popular VPN's have had tens of thousands of customers. This means that the chances of someone else already using the ip for the same thing you wanted to do will increase dramatically. Thus shitcanning the ip for future users.