Last updated on February 2nd, 2016 at 11:50 am
Scrapebox Proxies, well yeah you heard it right. And trust me I know we have all heard and talked about this so many times. Every now and then, out of the blue I have been asked what the best proxy for Scrapebox is.
A great tool like scrapebox can be completely useless if you do not have perfect “scrapebox proxies” to take care of all your scraping needs. Imagine an Audi V8 car running on adulterated fuel, it sure will run like a bullock cart or maybe just stopping running.
Compatible Scrapebox Proxies
Being a keen Scrapebox user for a little over 3 years, I have come to a conclusion that not every proxy ( paid and free ) is compatible with scrapebox. Honestly I have tested almost all of the private and shared proxies available on the internet. Only a couple of them have actually produced satisfactory results.
Scrapebox has always been a life-saver tool for me. It automates loads of my daily tasks with ease and perfection, combined with good scrapebox proxy, it becomes even more powerful.
What scrapebox proxies should someone use?
Well it depends on your needs. If you are looking for scrapebox proxies for scraping search engines, HM Pro works best. Back in August, I have posted on this blog, why I love HM Pro. The reason I have always recommended HM Pro is the massive amount of proxies they give you (Over 1,000 Proxies). Even better HM Pro proxies are globally diversified and not just US based like many other proxy providers. HMA Pro does not have bandwidth limit, so you can use this to scrape unlimited sites.
Scrapebox Pro users have advised using separate proxies for posting. Although it’s not mandatory, but in my personal experience it does work better. Keeping separate proxy for scraping and posting has always yield better results. The Scrapebox posting I would blindly vouch for BP Private Proxies. I have been using them a little over 2 years and it has never let me down. Did I mention that there support is surprisingly very efficient and prompt.