Use Proxy Lists in Scrapebox
Second, copy the proxies to clipboard by right clicking the proxy area.
Then paste the proxies to Scrapebox. Before doing it, you can clear the old proxies first.
Then right click the proxy area of Scrapebox.
For Socks proxies, you need to do an additional operation. Select all the proxies and then mark them as Socks.
Now you can use the proxies to do the tasks in Scrapebox. However, public proxies aren’t suited for Google because Google blocks them. You can use public proxies for other search engines.
Use Rotating Proxy in Scrapebox
For Google, we recommend our Rotating Premium Proxy. It has 3100+ premium IP addresses behind one gateway proxy.
First, copy the IP:Port:Username:Password to clipboard. Note: 126.96.36.199:2000 is just a demo proxy. You should use the one in your account.
If you whitelist your IP, you can just copy the IP:Port. It doesn’t need the username/password.
Now you can paste the rotating proxy to Scrapebox by right clicking the proxy area.
Now you can use the rotating proxy for the tasks in Scrapebox.
You may ask all the traffic is from the same IP? No. Every time Scrapebox uses the rotating proxy, it will use a new IP to access the target website.