Posted by Vectro 2 Nov 2010

I recently went through all of my proxy sites and analyzed the CTR so I could find out which sites are under performing and improve them. If you’re not familiar, CTR stands for ‘Click Through Rate’ and is a ratio of how many times an ad is displayed to how many times it is actually clicked. Most proxy webmasters find their numbers are typically low, even less than 1% in many cases. I have manged to get anywhere from 2% to 6% depending on the month or the day, which is nearly unheard of in this business.
Continue reading “How to Increase AdSense CTR for Proxy Sites” »

Filed in Proxy Webmasters Comments Off on How to Increase AdSense CTR for Proxy Sites
Posted by Vectro 26 Oct 2010

Proxy lists are essentially just a list of proxies. They can contain different types of proxies such as Web-based, HTTP, SSL, Transparent, SOCKS4 and SOCKS5. Some even display multiple types in one place.
Continue reading “What Are Proxy Lists?” »

Filed in Proxy Users, Proxy Webmasters Comments Off on What Are Proxy Lists?
Posted by Vectro 21 Sep 2010

If you receive this error on your Glype site when trying to access Facebook:

XML Parsing Error: not well-formed

The solution is to simply delete the Facebook plug-in. Do this by removing the file facebook.com.php from from your plugins directory. That’s it! Facebook works better without it.

Filed in Proxy Webmasters Comments Off on Glype Gives XML Parsing Error When Accessing Facebook
Posted by Vectro 13 Sep 2010

Glype has a setting which allows you to limit its load on the server. This is crucial to preventing your proxy from eating up server resources. When the load limit is reached, Glype stops serving new requests. After some time goes by and the load drops, it begins serving requests again. Continue reading “How to Limit Glype’s Maximum CPU Load” »

Filed in Proxy Webmasters Comments Off on How to Limit Glype’s Maximum CPU Load
Posted by Vectro 31 Aug 2010

Traffic to your proxy website from certain countries can overload the hosting server. Other times, certain countries simply do not generate enough revenue or ad clicks. Others have a particularly high rate of fraud. There may even be other reasons, depending on the situation. Blocking countries from accessing a proxy site is an issue that often comes up in the business. The most common seem to be China and Iran followed by Afghanistan. There are some who prefer not to add these restrictions, while others feel it is necessary. Continue reading “Block Countries from Your Proxy Site” »

Filed in Proxy Webmasters Comments Off on Block Countries from Your Proxy Site
Posted by Vectro 22 Aug 2010

Some Glype sites are configured to store cached pages, cookies and logs. If you have any of those 3 features enabled, it is a good idea to change the location of your Glype temporary directory to prevent against possible hacking. To do this, edit your includes/settings.php file and find this line: Continue reading “Change tmp Directory in Glype for Security” »

Filed in Proxy Webmasters Comments Off on Change tmp Directory in Glype for Security
Posted by Vectro 18 Jul 2010

If you are comfortable modifying code, here is a quick cut-and-paste code tweak for PHProxy which logs the sites your users visit. This can come in handy to track misuse and block users which is important for keeping your script under control. It is usually a good idea to backup your index.php file before making any changes to it. Continue reading “How to Log PHPRoxy Users” »

Filed in Proxy Webmasters Comments Off on How to Log PHPRoxy Users
Posted by Vectro 3 Jul 2010

When someone hotlinks your proxy pages, it can eat precious bandwidth which costs money. This occurs when a user browses to a page via your web proxy, then copies the proxied URL and pastes it on a web page or forum. Continue reading “Prevent Hotlinking From Your Proxy Website and Save Bandwidth” »

Filed in Proxy Webmasters Comments Off on Prevent Hotlinking From Your Proxy Website and Save Bandwidth
Posted by Vectro 21 Feb 2010

If you are a proxy webmaster looking to increase traffic to your site, submit it for free today. The only requirement is that you link back to us. Head on Continue reading “Webmasters Submit Your Proxy Site for Free” »

Posted by Vectro 21 Feb 2010

This is a brief description of 4 different proxy scripts that are all written in PHP. We will skip over CGI proxies. This is not intended for webmasters, but more as Continue reading “Different Types of Web-Based Proxies” »

 Page 3 of 3 « 1  2  3