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@Chess4532 - My ears are burning, lol.
I am not sure if you are referring to our secret tutorial or our general instructions for using a list for the first time - but I will try to explain.
If you have been scraping with SER all along, before bringing in a list, we recommend that you button things up with those submissions made with SER scrapes. Essentially what we tell people is to clean out the pipes, and 'salvage' whatever possible links that may remain - before running our lists.
You can have a lot of submissions, but the link may not be there right away. Remember, especially with contextual type links, you have to sign up, then SER goes into your email, approves the email, then submits an article. That article may not appear right away. There can be a delay for many reasons.
All we are saying is that before you run a list for the first time (and only if you are a very picky person who tries to extract every ounce of blood from a turnip), then run Active(V) first to convert as many submissions to verified links as possible. When Active(V) has gone down to a few threads, hit Stop, and delete all the remaining submitted - it is all junk.
To be perfectly honest, unless there is a specific reason to run Active(V), you don't ever really run it. Typically you have the projects on Automatic Verify Every 1440 minutes. So there is never a need to use Active(V) because you are already verifying multiple times per day.
If this has anything to do with the secret tutorial that went out with our last list, then please PM me.
"no engine matches" = simply a site not matching any platform that SER can post to
"Sock Proxy Error" = can be anything.