Why do you include Search Engine GETs with the Proxy Server Cloud when The Cloud can't be used for Search Engines?

The Proxy Server Cloud is our high-speed solution designed for white-hat, competitive research web-scraping and is not provided or intended for use with querying Search Engine sites.

We do include a small number of Search Engine GETs requests, which are separate to your regular allocation and essentially uncharged for. However, these GETs are purely to account for any embedded and unavoidable Search Engine content which, if blocked, may cause problems when attempting to access your target site/s.

If you need a high-speed solution to query Google/Bing we do offer our Big-G Stealth Extractor. To check how this can be of benefit to you please get in touch and we can look at providing a trial to you.

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