If you use GSA Captcha Breaker as your ‘go-to’ for solving captchas, and are running multiple VPS’ & software, then this tip is for you. Captcha Breaker allows you to it up as server, which allows you to send captchas from other machines. So for example, you can run Captcha Breaker on one machine (as the server), GSA SER on another machine, and UBot on another. SER and UBot would then be able to send the captchas to the server, and the server will send back the answer. This allows more flexibility so you don’t have to stuff a bunch of software on one machine and also eliminates the need to purchase another Captcha Breaker license (unless you have too many captcha being sent to the server).
It’s always better to go dynamic when available. Luckily, GSA SER is a dynamic software all together with a huge range of options/settings to play with. The most common way to set up a SER project is by manually adding project URLs in one by one. If the task calls for manual insertion to build links to a specific URL, then by all means do that. Each task is different. But if for example, you are trying to generally rank a website, it’s important to have as much URL variation as possible (deep backlinking).