Discussion in 'Torrents' started by Zenka, May 19, 2010.
Hey everybody, maybe anybody knows any good service for torrent uploading/seeding?
you can use utorrent for seeding and uploading torrents. u can download it for free by searching for utorrent download in google.
once u install it, Here is how to do it:
1. File > Create new Torrent (or CTRL + N)
2. Select the files and or directories
3. Trackers: This is probably the hard part for most people. But it's pretty easy, just put in one of the popular public trackers. You can use one or more trackers, but in general one is enough.
Here are some good trackers you can use:http://open.tracker.thepiratebay.org/announce
Put one of these in the tracker box
4. Do NOT tick the private torrent box (unless you're using a private tracker)
5. Save the torrent and send it to your friends
hope it helps :drinking2
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I don't really understand you.
If you want to make money by only offering seed-service, you could do that if you have a few (maybe 1 is enough on the beginning) dedicated servers and sell seedboxes.
If you have only good upload speed, then I recommend you to upload stuff to Hotfile, Sharec4sh etc. publish the link on warez-forums and earn that way.
Demonoid.com is good
Guys... You don't understand me I'm looking for a service which will seed my torrents. Something like a seedbox or something. I can't find any reliable services.
google is your friend
There's quite a number of different seedbox providers, but if you're technically inclined why not get a cheap server from kimsufi (part of ovh) and install rtorrent + the rutorrent web front end on it?
Dude, thats what I told u
U download utorrent , and then u can seed your torrents through it
In an unrelated question what ever happened to all of the legal battles Piratebay had?
I know that But I want a lot of torrents to be uploaded/seeded for me. I won't be able to seed a very big number of torrents at once.
Get an offshore vps and install torrentleech
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