How to Use a Proxy
Most any software which performs automated tasks in your stead for you will have the option of enabling you to use proxies while it performs those tasks. You take your list of proxy IP addresses and their corresponding codes and import that directly into whatever software you’re using so the program can perform those tasks by connecting to and behind the safety of your private proxies.
How to Use a Proxy and Why You Should Do It
Online marketers use automated software because it expedites and automates a lot of their work for them, saving them a great deal of time. There are some tools which are considering borderline or completely black hat, but there are also a lot of tools which do things which you would be doing yourself or outsourcing to someone else to do, so it’s just a time saving cost effective alternative. Using proxies to perform these tasks, it looks more natural as if you have people all over the country (wherever the proxy/proxies you’re using are located). It’s painfully obvious that all of this activity is coming from the exact same IP address without using proxies. Using proxies masks your activities and again gives the impression that they are spread out and being carried out by multiple parties around the country or even the world so that it’s much more difficult to detect.