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Datacenter Vs. Residential Proxies

After spending some time researching proxies, you are almost ready to make a purchase. However, you’re stuck on one point: You don’t know if you should get datacenter or residential IP proxies. This is a common concern, especially after people spend time on sites like Black Hat Forum, where other people like to debate the merits of the two. Because the debate can be a little mind-numbing, take a minute to learn exactly what these two options have to offer in the way of dedicated proxies and delivering anonymity online. A Quick Primer Before diving into the specifics of datacenter [...]

February 17th, 2017|Categories: Proxies|Tags: , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Datacenter Vs. Residential Proxies

Mistakes People Make When Buying Proxies

There are lots of reasons to buy dedicated proxies. You might want to remain anonymous during basic web browsing, and you know a proxy can help. You might need proxies for SEO or to conduct competitor research. Again, proxies will do the trick. You might even need proxies so you can cop sneakers or watch Netflix overseas. Whatever the case may be, you need to avoid some common mistakes when buying your proxies. These mistakes will make it difficult for you to get the most out of your web proxies. If you avoid these mistakes, it will be smooth sailing [...]

January 9th, 2017|Categories: Proxies|0 Comments

Use Pinterest Proxies to Sell Physical Products

Pinterest might be the most misunderstood social network out there. Marketers often ignore the site, thinking it’s just for individuals to use. They think that selling products is impossible on Pinterest, so they ignore the site and try their hands at other social networks. While the other social networks are a great starting point, every marketer should also have a Pinterest account. You can use the site to sell physical products as long as you have Pinterest proxies and tools in place. With the right combination, you can become a Pinterest powerhouse. Let’s take a look at how proxies and [...]

December 29th, 2016|Categories: Proxies|0 Comments

Generate Social Proof with Private Proxies

You’ve started your own business, and you want to get some customers. Your dream has always been to compete with the big boys, but you don’t see how it is possible. They have name recognition, and that goes a long way toward making sales. You might not have name recognition, but you can quickly build your company by using social proof. All of the big companies have it, and you can compete with them if you have it, as well. Of course, social proof won’t come as easily to you as it does to the big companies. You have to [...]

December 21st, 2016|Categories: Proxies|0 Comments

Tips for Scanning and Testing Your Proxies in Bulk

You’ve heard all of the warnings, but you still want to use free proxies. After spending a little bit of time using them, though, you noticed they have a major limitation. Most of them don’t work. You try to connect to the internet, only to get a timeout message. They are either too slow or they don’t exist. You can save yourself a lot of time on the process by using a proxy checker. These checkers let you scan your proxies in bulk. Then, you can find out if they are working. Basically, you will find a list of free [...]

November 30th, 2016|Categories: Proxies|0 Comments

The Best Captcha Services to Use with Proxies

Most people view captchas as simple annoyances they have to deal with in life. They have to enter the cryptic letters and numbers to verify they are human beings when creating accounts. That is incredibly annoying, but most people can deal with it. It’s more than an annoyance for serious proxy users, though. Let’s say that you went out, found the best proxy service, and bought a bunch of proxies. You load those proxies into some automation tools, and they get to work. The tools hit a bunch of captchas, and they can’t move forward. That means they can’t scrape [...]

November 23rd, 2016|Categories: Proxies|0 Comments