How to Use The Social Proxy's 4G & 5G Proxy for ZennoPoster

Looking for a proxy for ZennoPoster? ZennoPoster 5 is designed for SEO specialists, webmasters, and everyone involved in active Internet activity. The software lets you record human actions on websites, blogs, and forums (form filling, link clicking, and message posting) and replay them in several threads (Professional version). Additionally, the program supports anonymity via proxies, which are processed by the program’s strong built-in proxychecker.

How to configure ZennoPoster to use a proxy server?

  1. To create or amend a project, open the ProjectMaker for ZennoPoster program. 
  2. If you already have a project, click the Open… option. Then, click the Record button to begin a new project. If you’re revising an existing project, continue ahead to Step 6. 
  3. To begin testing proxies, you must first locate a target website. For the sake of this tutorial, we’ll use a website that verifies your IP address. Replace the about:startpage line with the address of your desired website and click the Go to page button. 
  4. As you do so, your pathway should appear in the Projects tab. 
  5. Right-click the pathway box and choose the Add action option. Then locate Browser and click on Settings. 
  6. You should now be able to see an Undefined action box. If it has strayed outside the boundaries of your pathway box, click and drag it back inside it. Ascertain that the path from Start points to the newly constructed Undefined activity. 
  7. Locate the Action properties tab by clicking on the Undefined action box. Next, select the Set proxy action option from the Select action menu. 
  8. ZennoPoster accepts the format username:[email protected]:port. Utilize it appropriately for the endpoint and sub-user that you intend to use. To specify a proxy, modify the field beneath the Set proxy action. You can rename the box by modifying the field beneath the Action properties. If your IP address is whitelisted, you can use the hostname:port format directly. 
  9. Your project is now complete. Under Recording and debugging, click the Restart button and select the option Yes, step by step, in the prompt, and save it. 
  10. To test it, click Play and wait for the page to load. 
  11. You can save and import your project into ZennoPoster for additional testing with your target website.

Proxy for ZennoPoster

Proxy servers are now available in two varieties: public and private. As you might think, public proxies are publicly accessible to anyone who wishes to use them. Frequently, they’re utilized by casual browsers seeking to conceal their locations, and they’re designed for that purpose. 

Public proxies will work with ZennoPoster, but I’m going to warn you right now that they’re going to be a pain. As you can see, public proxies originate from all around the world. They’ve frequently been clogged with traffic already. While they are free, they frequently encroach on your browser experience with an overlay or advertisements, which might cause compatibility difficulties with certain ZennoPoster macros.