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Scraping with free or paid proxies – what is the difference?

Anything free always sounds appealing. And we are often ready to go an extra mile to avoid expenses if we can. But is it a good idea to choose the free option when it comes to using proxies for data scraping? Or should you stick to the paid ones for better results?

Let’s weigh all the pros and cons to see why you should consider using residential IP providers like Infatica, Luminati, NetNut, Geosurf and others.

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NetNut.io Review

The most successful enterprises are always the ones which manage to stay a step ahead of their rivals. And to remain ahead, you have to be able to access the industry information faster and more consistently than anybody else. This is especially true for e-commerce and online retail industries, where the pricing contest is extremely fierce. Thus, the smallest developments in information processes can result in large changes in the outcomes.netnut more…

Crawling web pages with Netpeak Spider in conjunction with NetNut and GeoSurf proxies

NetpeakSpider-logo-owlAgreed, it’s hard to overestimate the importance of information – “Master of information, master of situation”. Nowadays, we have everything we need to become a “master of situation”. We have all the needed tools like spiders and parsers that can scrape various data from websites. Today we will consider scraping Amazon with a web spider equipped with proxy services. more…

Luminati exclusive residential proxies to reach Linkedin in Russia

linkedin-russia-logoFor some of our readers from Russia, it’s a new challenge to get to www.linkedin.com, which has been officially blocked in Russia.

On 4 August 2016, a Moscow court ruled that Linkedin must be blocked in Russia because it stores the user data of Russian citizens outside of the country, in violation of the new data retention law. The law requires all companies doing business in the country to store their users’ data locally.
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