Removing Footprints that Cause Proxy Bans
edited June 2013 in GSA Search Engine Ranker
So I know there's been a lot of debate about certain footprints resulting in fast proxy bans, for example: "inurl:" and "site:"
I've had tons of problems with proxies so far, and am considering removing all footprints from the engines I'm using that could result in proxy blocks (mainly the two listed above). Has any one done this or experimented with this? I've burned through 50 shared private proxies in less than 2 weeks (mainly b/c I didn't understand what I was doing), and want to make sure I do everything right with the 10 dedicated private ones I'm starting with tomorrow.