Residential proxies are a type of proxy server that uses IP addresses from residential internet service providers (ISPs). These proxies provide a higher level of anonymity and security compared to other types of proxies.

They work by routing your internet traffic through a residential IP address, making it appear as if you are accessing the internet from a regular home or business network.

Residential proxies are commonly used for various purposes, including web scraping, data mining, ad verification, and bypassing geo-restrictions.

Static residential proxies are a type of residential proxy that uses a fixed IP address. This means that the IP address assigned to the proxy does not change over time.

Static residential proxies are ideal for tasks that require a consistent IP address, such as accessing websites or online services that have strict IP-based restrictions.

However, static residential proxies may be more easily detected and blocked by websites since the IP address remains the same.

Rotating residential proxies, also known as backconnect proxies, are a type of residential proxy that uses a pool of IP addresses. These proxies automatically rotate the IP address used for each connection.

Rotating residential proxies offer a high level of anonymity and are suitable for tasks that require frequent IP address changes, such as web scraping or managing multiple social media accounts.

They help prevent IP blocking and increase the success rate of automated tasks by constantly changing the IP address used for each request.

How to use proxies
? Go to https: //
? Register to use proxies
? Select an authentication method
? Configure proxies

By carefully considering these factors, you can choose the right residential proxy type that best suits your needs.