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Setting up a proxy in the Marketer Browser

Marketer is an anti-detect browser available for Windows and MacOS, designed for managing multiple accounts simultaneously. This automated browser is commonly used in social media marketing (SMM), allowing users to log into and manage different client accounts in one centralized location. It's also well-suited for e-commerce, cryptocurrency, and betting industries, supporting multi-accounting and enabling the use of various bots without the risk of detection and blocking.

By integrating a proxy with the anti-detect browser, you can enhance its functionality. This includes bypassing geographical restrictions, accessing blocked resources, and simulating the activities of a real user, such as traffic arbitration or posting reviews.

Step-by-step proxy setup in the Marketer Browser

To assign a different IP address to a profile in the anti-detect browser and create a new fingerprint, follow these steps:

  1. Download and launch the software, then navigate to the “Browsers” tab from the main menu.

  2. Click on the “Create” button located in the upper right corner of the menu.

  3. In the new window, set a name to the account and click on the “Add proxy” button in the “Proxy” section.

  4. A window for entering proxy data will appear. Select the protocol type (HTTP, SOCKS5, or SOCKS4) at the top.

  5. Below, input the proxy server's IP-address and port. If using a proxy with authorization, enter your username and password.

  6. Test the connection with the proxy. If the new IP works, you will receive a notification. Click “Save” to save the settings.

  7. Fill out the remaining fields to create the desired profile and click “Save”.

  8. Click “OK” in the pop-up message and start using the configured profile by clicking the “Start” button.

To change the proxy for an existing profile from the main browser menu, click on the “Edit” button. With these steps, your IP address in the created profile will be changed, allowing you to perform tasks without the risk of blocking and bypassing geographical or other restrictions.