hmm.. interesting. follow back Aziz Natour (AzizGFX) on Twitter
Hi everyone. ProxySites.net has had a few policy changes. I have cleared out all the current proxies so feel free to submit any of our proxies that may have been present before.
I have disallowed .co.cc and .tk domains that seem to always seem to push out the quality proxies with essentially spam.
I have integrated the twitter account http://twitter.com/proxysites so all your submissions to proxysites.net are displayed on the twitter account.
I have refined portions of the site to ensure a better user experience and hopefully just make it overall better.
All of these changes will give you an excellent opportunity to get a lot of traffic to your proxies.
Go to http://www.proxysites.net and submit your proxy!
If you have any questions, suggestions, or anything at all feel free to ask here or private message me.
There doesn't appear to be many new tweets yet, if you're relying on the built in twitter post we'll have a long wait I'm afraid. It stopped working when twitter changed the api thing to OAuth. You need to either reprogram it (good luck) or use the rss feed to tweet things. I've just changed to dlvr.it and it works well so far, a lot better than twitterfeed anyway. I miss the traffic from twitter already, it's well down, so it must be used a lot.
I'll re-submit my proxies when you can tweet them if that's OK I already follow you, follow me back?
@Aziz: You too?
If I can't be a good example, I'll just have to be a terrible warning...
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Ah I was wondering why it wasn't working. And no, I'm not relying on that at all, just an extra benefit.
The site gets thousands of visitors a day as it is now.
Well heck, I'm sure the API isn't too complicated. If no one else here has setup the proxy list script to work with the new API I will go ahead and write something up this afternoon.
that's nice site.