After the block wave, there’s a lot of confusion regarding proxies.
Some people say that nothing is changed while others had to completely change their strategy.
Some people can’t live without 4g proxies while others use datacenter’s one without an issue.
There’s not a proper thread in which discuss proxies, every discussion regarding that topic happened under different threads and it’s difficult to keep track of them.
So, why don’t we discuss our experience regarding proxies here?
What’s your experience and which proxy do you recommend.
Let’s get started! I will begin.
My situation didn’t change. I keep on using my handmade raspberry pi proxies connected to private houses internet. they work well but I’d like to switch to a good cheap proxy service since my method is not scalable to much.
I used high proxies, went to buy personal, then air proxy, now I’m on HC. But now I’m thinking of switching because I feel like location is a part of this whole problem now. And I would much rather pay extra and have something close to my main city.
I’ve noticed the location of the proxy definitely matters, if you request it, HP replaces any proxy you want for free to the location your client is in, this has cleared up a ton of issues. Instant log ins with no email verfications. At the end of the day, I’m cheap but I still care about the success of my network alot… but blindly accepting the notion that the new standard is mobile proxies without riding out the blocks a little and commiting to intelligent testing just because everyone else is doing it I feel is kind of forward.
I’ve been doing this for nearly two years, what i’ve found is unless you literally work at IG it’s just educated speculation.