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  • @Sven @Deeeeeeee I always include an address.  My clients have spoken with US attorneys and the consensus is that if the message is sent from the website to an email inbox then its possible it could fall under CAN SPAM if it went to court. …
  • Shorter has consistently produced better for me then longer.  A few sentences, not a book.  But I don't have a specific character limit.   Its a contact form, not a comment form so I suspect limits are pretty high.
  • So your ips are getting blocked by search engines, it happens.  Thats the entire point of using proxies on the scraping side.  It gives you more ips and thus makes it look like connecitons are coming from different machines.  Its all about spe…
  • My 2 cents is I consider at least 1 private proxy a requirement for posting.  Back years ago, I was posting links (blog comments, so even more passive then contact forms) and I was using my home IP address.  I got a notification from my ISP sa…
  • GSA redirect is a good idea, and I know people that do this.  Im not saying this is bad, but the reasons I don't do this are: 1 - If the redirect site gets complaints and they can your redirect url and you don't keep on top of it, your pro…
  • Sven has a completely valid point, but I don't spin my messages.  The spam filters are uber good and your going to get blocked, you just are.  you can spin it to death, but they track all kinds of things, so if you spin a message with 437 vari…
  • Well if you come up with any good ideas, let me know.    Sometimes rates are higher, like if I take a list of wordpress only sites, the submission rates are higher, because lots of wordpress sites have contact forms.  But Im always up fo…
  • Yes I was referencing submissions success rates from raw lists.  Email response rates are anywhere from 0.20% to 1% on .com, .net etc... lists and as much as 7% if I remarket to a list that has previously click thru to the site.  ~~ …
  • Mine is close to that.  Its about 8% to 10% from a raw list.  If its only .coms and .nets is higher then if its .biz and .xyz etc..  If you drop in only wordpress domains I get about 20% to 25%.   So it depends.  Your on point for a raw …
  • To @Sven point, windows really starts to balk at around 2000 threads.   4000 is going to likely be an issue.  Even might google understands this and uses many smaller machines vs using lesser larger more powerful machines.  In my own server fa…
  • This is exactly what I do.  Most spam filters take the url in the email at face value and do not resolve it to see where it forwards to.  So I use cheap tlds, like xyz, really whatever is onsale at my registrar.  Then use htaccess to 301…
  • Why would you use proxies for identification?  I never do that.  Its just a waste, not necessary.
  • The dropbox shares are the live sync.  ITs live synced via dropbox.    You should have gotten an email from me explaining how to use it and 2 dropbox shares.  Also there are some videos on youtube/in the members area. Did you get it sorted?
  • You can use a home pc, many people do.  I use servers because I have more then a dozen servers and I don't want to manage those machines at home and it doesn't make sense.  Im just buying data centers people time and renting the machine/bandwidth ba…
  • Could be true.  Gsuite and all.    But to be sure, 40% is still 40%.  Id guess its heavier in the consumer email then the business email.  Sure they have gsuite for business and its free for non profits and lots of things, I get it.  But the s…
  • I think I answered you on a different forum.  I sent some debugger stuff to GSA as the same happens to me, although my setup is different.  I can't even get gsa captcha breaker to solve captchas from the v2.18 update of website contact.  That worked…
  • Yes it could expose a vps IP.   Its an issue if someone sees your vps IP and files a complaint against your VPS provider.  Then your provider could just shut down your vps.  not the end of the world, but if there is 1 thing I hate, its doing a bunch…
  • No, its just going to go into the spam box at some point for some people, like gmail is of course very good at it.  But plenty of people with contact forms are going to go to whatever@their-domain.com  so they may not have spam filters at all.  …
  • @dma0245 Its not likely that the sending IP matters.  I mean it may be captured and show up in the form, if there is a plugin for that, like I capture GDPR acceptance and ip on some contact form submissions.  but otherwise, the ip of the se…
  • I "only" use weird TLDs and its had no "seeming" impact on my stuff.  All over, Dynadot always has sales, I got some from name cheap etc..
  • You can still kind of already do this.  I mean you put a bunch of files in the folder and use the function that already exists.  Then when its done, just add in a bunch more files.  You still have to touch it once in a while, but really I wouldn't w…
  • From what I have seen shortner service urls already get blocked really fast.  I suppose you could just do this anyway though and create 5 million shortened urls that all point to your 1 domain, but again, spam filters have to have a plan in place fo…
  • @Sven Yes I have to say I thought that my system was fine but I have found that having a percent of targets left to post to is very handy.  Thanks for that!
  • You mean like dynamically scanning a folder looking for new text files to import when the current ones are done?  So you can always just be dropping new files in there to import?
  • @JudderMan You can already import from a file.  That got added like 20 versions ago.  Under Start go to import urls + send + delete But looks like Sven added stats in the most recent updates, it has all kinds of stats now.
  • If its useful, across about 5 million contact forms that website contact can recognize, In my testing, 85% of the time the contact form is on a sub page, 15% of the time it was on the home page.  I suspect due to responsive home pages, but I read th…
  • @Sven If I understand correctly, and someone can correct me if I am wrong, I believe they want to see a quantity count of how much is left to process in a list of urls.  Where it gets tricky is you have multiple moving parts.  So if I…
  • @JudderMan I don't post to the blacklist, but couldn't you just export it and import it into a new project?  I see an export button on the global blacklist screen.  your only allowed to run 1 license of any GSA product (any product I have e…
  • Whey are they filtered?  Its probably due to redirects.  On the scraping tab there is a box that says "add domain redirects as new websites"  If that is unchecked, anything that is a redirect will get filtered. 
  • I don;t think there is a column that specifically shows how many of the project are unprocessed.  Spam filters pick up on all sorts of things, the message, body, the subject, the urls.  So even if you spin the message to death but use only 6 d…