I had seen plenty of recommendations in the past for Squid Proxies so I headed over to their website to check them out. The price of the Shared Proxies and Private Proxies amazed me, they were incredibly cheap (starting from only 65 cents per proxy). I opted for the Private Proxies. Using PHP, I created multiple scripts to create huge automation scripts for iMacros. Basically these would set the proxy address, log into Twitter and do an action then logout. After logging out, the next proxy address and Twitter accounts would be loaded. With my switch over from one proxy account to the next was instant. The Twitter issue was now a thing of the past. To tell how good a company is from totally positive reviews can seem fake. It is how a company can deal with issues and resolve problems is a good gauge. I wasn’t expecting any problems, but had one anyway. Two of my proxy IPs could not be used to login to Twitter, they were probably used by someone in the past that was up to mischief.