I know there's some listed here in the marketplace. Some aren't that good for scraping Google. I'd like to hear which rotating proxy providers you use. I'd also be interested in knowing how long you've used them. Some places it seems, rarely, if ever replace the proxies in their pool.
I'm kind of stumped about this. I have some private proxies that I don't use all that much. Not 24/7. I may use them a couple of times per day. I notice that some of the proxies stopped working. What causes this to happen? Is it due to a provider problem or is it just a natural thing that happens?
Posting to a ton of blogs in a PBN must be quite a hassle. This is a question for those of you who manage several blogs. What desktop software do you use to post to them? I'm sure it would be easier to use software than to manually log into each one.
I've been thinking about doing this for some time. I thought about using Jarvee for this, but I could use another bot. The basic concept is that I would have one main account. This account would use my residential IP. I would use the bot to run accounts that follow and repost content. I'd use them to repost my content and randomly others as well. I'd do this to get followers to my main account. I wouldn't care if these other accounts got banned since they aren't really important.
I understand what a residential internet connection is. I'm using one to post this. I don't understand what residential proxy IPs are. How do they obtain so many IPs that look like they're coming from an ISP? Some places claim to have millions of them. I don't doubt they do. I'm just curious how they get them.
I read a post here suggesting someone do a Google search for SEO group buy. I've never heard of such a thing and thought I'd give it a try. I found several sites offering access to a lot of tools for usually 20 something dollars a month. It seems too good to be true. Are all of these sites scams?