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BLOCK: Attention! Possible proxy issue on PR checking but I'm not check PR

BrandonBrandon Reputation Management Pro
I'm getting this error in 5.98 but I'm not checking PR on this campaign.




  • i suppose it automatically checks all domains pr not matter you use filter or not
  • It check pr of verified urls, maybe it's that
  • SvenSven
    yes, it comes from the PR check once a link is detected as verified.
  • BrandonBrandon Reputation Management Pro
    @Sven how do I disable this?  It's burning my proxies. I don't care what the PR of the verified links is.
  • edited June 2013

    +1 Yes I would like to be able to turn this feature off as well.

    Can we please have a switch? I see my threads get stuck on these checks.

    maybe under Options > Turn Of PR Checking After Verification [ ] ?

  • as long as you can not disable PR checking completely you can disable it for your proxies in global settings --> submission --> use proxies --> PR checking. this will use the IP of your vps or home connection fot PR checking and not burn your proxies.
  • Thanks, I unchecked the "PR Checking" check box.

    An a similar note, do most people have the "Search Engines" check box checked?

    I had only the "Submission" and "Verification" boxes checked, so I just now checked the "Search Engines" check box with Private proxies checked of course.
  • Trevor_BanduraTrevor_Bandura 267,647 NEW GSA SER Verified List
    @Brandon I would not worry to much about this. That message is showing for every PR N/A site, and 99% of the time if you actually double check the site manually, it really is a PR N/A. It's just that PR N/A could mean the site has no real PR, or you really are blocked from getting the PR.

    What I would do is manually check those sites to confirm the PR. Now if you do start seeing sites with PR 1+, and your getting that message, then there is a true block on your proxy.

    That message is really a False Positive. I get that also. If you never run PR checking, your proxies won't be banned from the checking, even with GSA checking the PR on verification.
  • SvenSven
    OK, next version improves things here as indeed an URL with no PR gives no reply and so also a possible warning message.
  • BrandonBrandon Reputation Management Pro
    @Sven is it possible to not have PR checked at all? 99% of links are on new pages with PR N/A.  I use my proxies to check PR of other sites so I would rather not burn them checking 100,000 PR N/A pages.
  • AlexRAlexR Cape Town
    @d3ad - do you disable the use of private proxies for PR checking or were you just mentioning how it could be done??
  • SvenSven
    @Brandon if g. is not delivering a reply since it's a N/A PR site, it is no longer posting out that warning.
  • edited June 2013
    @AlexR yes, i disable private proxies for PR cheking. i use them only for search queries and submission. but as Trevor_Bandura mentioned these warnings could be false positive and with Svens latest changes you should get less warnings.
  • AlexRAlexR Cape Town
    @d3ad - interesting that you disable for PR checking. Surely if you apply PR filters in your projects and by only using your VPS IP you'll get PR errors and submissions skipped?
  • @AlexR i don't use the PR filter often. only sometimes for special projects and had never problems with those.
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