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what is your normal LPM with GSA SER ?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by methos, May 10, 2014.

  1. methos

    methos Supreme Member

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    Hello everybody
    I just wondring what is your LPM with GSA SER if you have dedi server because i just got dedi server yesterday and just hit 140 LPM ,, So i heard that there are so many peoples can hit stable 500 LPM ,,,so lets talking about that issue and if you have spacial idea about that you can announces it here to help others or PM me with your skype Id !!


    THANKS in advance

    Have a good day
     
  2. gtothem

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    500 LPM for 30 minutes maybe.. not running 24/7..

    Anyway it's all relative to how many proxies, threads, CPU and projects you run. My VPS maxed out around 50 LPM when using a verified site list.
     
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    I couldn't get mine to go over like 6 LPM haha
     
  4. methos

    methos Supreme Member

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    lool ,,somebody hit more than 500 LPM and it's stable 24/7/4/12 :D
     
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    IMHO the best setup for GSA is quad core, 4Gb of ram.

    There is a difference between a verified LPM and a submitted LPM. A high submitted LPM can be deceiving when you realise just how few of those links actually get posted or stick! I used to pat myself on the back for 500 LPM and then realised the number of actual links posted / indexed was about 50!!!

    Needless to say i'm a verified / indexed guy now. No other stats matter!

    Anyway, my setup for GSA is this:

    My home setup:
    Quad Core AMD, 4Gb
    AMD Phenom, 3Gb
    Intel Core Duo, 2Gb

    I have a 100Mb cable line for GSA and a 10Mb ADSL for the other stuff. My ISP likes to throttle me a bit which is a PITA!!!

    My VPS:
    2 x Berman VPS, Quad Core, 4Gb

    My LPM depends on what i'm doing. At the moment i'm pushing burners pretty hard in a particular niche and going for a consistent 200+ verified a minute and a daily rate of 250,000+.

    That takes alot of baby sitting and constant keyword uploading to keep the speed up. For general use and i'm happy to get it run along at 100 verified a minute and a daily rate of 50,000 - 100,000 a day.

    I had seen examples of a guy in a particular niche (Not mentioning any names!!!) who could put 1,000,000 verified and indexed in 2 - 3 days. I nearly had a fit when I saw ahrefs and realised just how much work my setup needed to compete!

    I think i'm happy with my LPM right now. One day I might move completely towards VPS but there's something kinda cool about watching ur machines buzz along, it's not the same looking at remote desktop!

    I'd like to buy that guy a drink!!!
     
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  6. methos

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    Thanks for your comment i will take about that ,, But you also missed a lots of GSA and also you have to thinking about good indexing tools like indexfecation , instantlinkindexer ....etc ,and also i advice you don't trust in ahrefs 100% because ahrefs did't collecting all backlinks for some issue ,,,anyway thanks for your answer :)
     
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    24 LPM on my 2.1 GHz shit PC :D
     
  8. Groen

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    You are spot on mate! I used to do the same thinking I was the shit for hitting 700 lpm until I realized not many links were getting verified. Hitting a high lpm is very easy, but vpm is the only number that matters in SER.

    However I would prefer my dedis with dual xeon cpus at 12 cores and 24 threads any day above 4 cores.

    The secret to great results with SER is all in the list, everything else as captcha solvers, settings, and proxies should be painfully obvious.
     
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    I think the avg. is probably around 20-50 lpm.

    I look at vpm (verified per min.) which is more accurate imo. I do tend to get anywhere from 20 vpm to 150.
     
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    I'm getting like 2.5 lpm on my i7 3.6 GHZ laptop. Although I put it on low settings since I don't need bulk links.
     
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    I get around 10-25 LPM from GSA. I am pretty happy with that Ha ha
     
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    If you want to have a high LPM just buy some verified urls list from gsa forums.
     
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    Thanks for all your nice comments ,,it helps :)
     
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    7-50 depend on the list, i use vps and 30 proxy.
     
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    How do you check your vpm?
     
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    click on the spot where your lpm is shown . change the metric then .
     
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    I have a few lists however I also just go for verified and verified only. If I select just the fastest platforms I can get 400 verified LPM (On a VPS) a minute however my list will run out at around 2500 links so it's definitely not the largest. A few little tricks I did to get my lists to where I want them.

    1) Had a VA time each engine of each platform for 5 minutes running then 2 minutes on verifying and record each time to see the actual efficiency of each one.
    2) I cleaned my list in a different way to most. I don't see the point of seeing if the link platform is still alive as it doesn't mean you can still post there... so below is how I cleaned my list.

    1) Removed my identified list into a back up and move my verified into identified.
    2) Ran each engine by itself 4x over until it wouldn't make any more links preferably 1 by 1 as running too many at a time can make good link creations fail
    3) New successful verified is now in your verified folder

    It may seem excessive however my verified to submitted is around 80% now actually runs so well I have to run it on 150 threads otherwise CPU freezes up where before I could run 300 threads and not have an issue. If you are wondering why I ran them 4x each it's because if it doesn't work between those 4 attempts it has 20% or less success chance and I really couldn't care about it however each to their own as I know many poeple that don't care about speed and just want as many links as possible.
     
  19. sudorank

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    I use Lindexed and Linkilicious. For small runs I also keep an install of GSA Indexer for belt and braces, only for small runs less than 10,000 though it's useless for anything more than that.

    For checking links I use ahrefs, majestic and the good old "www.domain.com" -site:www.domain.com trick for Google.

    Google tricks aren't foolproof either but if you're building a burner it gives you a good idea if your links are getting indexed and how quickly.

    Btw has anyone tried 1 hour backlinks? Any good? I'd be tempted if they really were discovered in 1 hour!

    I don't actually use lists. I discovered a way to get unlimited keywords for my tier 3 / burner spam. Now I've a fair bit of computing power available I just compile a list of 1,000,000 keywords for a campaign and let it burn through them. Creating 10 separate projects and splitting the keywords 100,000 a piece seems to hit the sweet spot LPM wise.

    Is the xeon faster that a Quad? Might give it a try if it's good.

    That's a really smart way of getting it going faster.

    I'd love to be really anal about trimming my verified lists but i'm way too lazy! If it's the choice between trimming the fat or hooking up another VPS I take the lazy ass route ha ha!
     
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  20. etmcl

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    What is LPM? What does it mean?