Prevent Google Blocks

If your business depends on scraping the web for data, you can’t afford to have your IP address banned by search engines. Trusted Proxies offers a reliable proxy server platform that prevents the infamous “Google block” so you can scrape the web without worry.

Search Engines and Web Scraping

Google, Bing and many other search engines do not like automated queries against their data. Search engines want humans conducting searches, rather than bots, because bad actors tend to use bots to carry out their nefarious online activities (hence the use of captchas and other authenticating tools).

In the search engine’s view, they are protecting their resources against large-scale botnet attacks that could otherwise overwhelm their servers. Therefore, they tend to block any kind of automatic querying as a default defense mechanism. This often brings up a screen alerting you to “unusual traffic from your computer network,” requiring you to complete a captcha before moving on.

However—as digital marketers, SEO agencies, and app developers already know—there are perfectly legitimate reasons to send automated queries and scrape the web. As a “white hat” professional, you’ve probably seen your software’s automated queries blocked because Google has mistaken you for a “black hat” botnet. Whether you’re conducting competitive research, evaluating local search results from another company, or scraping the web for data, there is nothing more frustrating than being blocked by Google.

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Prevent Google Blocks

Playing Nice With Google

Working with Google to Prevent Blocks

If you need to scrape the web without being penalized, Trusted Proxies’ enterprise-class proxy technology is the solution. Rather than “tricking” a search engine into working with your software, Trusted Proxies’ private proxy servers work seamlessly with your software to prevent your IP address from being banned.

In order to prevent blocks while using the Trusted Proxies’ server platform:

  1. Set your software to “Search Engine Friendly” or “Human Emulation” mode. This allows you to “play nice” with Google and other search engines.
  2. Use multiple proxy servers in parallel to execute multiple search engine-friendly queries at the same time.

This process will allow you to complete keyword reports and conduct other research much faster than ever before. In addition, the more parallel proxy servers you use, the faster you can query the search engine and complete your research.



Trusted Proxies Tools and Solutions

Trusted Proxies offers a number of tools you can integrate with SEO software to streamline and accelerate the web scraping process, including:

  • Big-G Stealth Extractor: The Big-G Stealth Extractor allows you to send up to 1,000 queries per minute to Google without being blocked. This product is ideal for very large keyword ranking reports (or near-instant results for small reports), allowing you to finish keyword ranking reports up to 500 times faster than usual.
  • International Proxy Servers: If you work with international clients or monitor international search results, our geo-surfing products can accelerate the research process. We have data centers located all over the world, allowing you to surf the web as if from anywhere and access geographically restricted content. This allows you to see the web exactly as you would if you were a local user.

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Trusted Proxies offers a wide range of proxy server solutions for companies of all sizes. Hear what our customers have to say about why they use Trusted Proxies for secure, reliable proxy service. Whether you need just a few proxy servers or enough to power thousands of competitive reports, Trusted Proxies can develop a custom proxy solution for you. Contact us for more information or request a free trial today!
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