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Who's still in the game?

Discussion in 'Torrents' started by healzer, Dec 26, 2012.

  1. healzer

    healzer Jr. Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I remember it has been over 1.5 years for me.
    Who's still in this game & what are your experiences these days? [TORRENTS]

    From my point of view: trackers are the problem & people HAVE become smarter :)
     
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  2. Blacchippy

    Blacchippy Registered Member

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    Indeed they have. I tried to do the simple torrent password protect thing and my torrents were banned within the hour. Most torrent sites don't even allow rar'd files anymore unless your a vet on the site.
     
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    I have tried web development & SEO thing using cold-e-mailing;... sadly hadn't had a single customer - mostly due bad marketing/sales letters , or any other factor I wasn't aware of - mind sharing a useful tip on the next try? ;)
     
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    JimmyGems Newbie

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    Involved in seo, web design and emailmarketing for 6 years.

    Black hat reader for looooong time.

    Willing to share ideas and biz creativity via Skype: jimmygems
     
  5. Flinches101

    Flinches101 Junior Member

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    I have just started in the torrent field, It's been going good so far and no i'm not using the age old password method.
     
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    What are you using then?
     
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    If I were a torrent user I would never trust a password protected torrent. There are so many fakes. People have to be smart. So are we.
     
  8. Blacchippy

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    Well I'm using cleanfiles as my ppd. So I'm guessing maybe the leechers are more prone to filling out a survey before they can acces the file? As opposed to the password protect meth. Or am I thinking within the box?
     
  9. Sweet Deal :)

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    ive been doing the gud old password lock method for a while now, maybe 2 years i think, anyways its definitely not dead, there is still plenty of idiots out there who will do the survey. You just have to be smart about it, like real smart and convincing, most people will just put a txt file with "get password here: .............." and well tbh its a bit rude, you have to be manipulative and smooth with ur words. I dont wana give away too much info but yeh write a little more in ur txt file. oh and dont even bother with movies or tv shows, like seriously... nobody is gana download an rar file for a movie, its a complete waste of time. And as for the bans and stuff, well fk life, theres not much we can do about it. At the longest ive had a torrent on KAT for 6 days. Im gana start experimenting with aging accounts, see how that goes. But other than that, TPB and KAT are not the only torrent sites in the world... theres fk tonnes out there, if u you upload to the right ones then copy cat sites will take ur torrents aswell, and now u have a torrent that is hosted on 20+ sites and it will get downloads for a very long time, because there is not much way of getting rid of it. For example I used sharecash for a while and I was making like 200-400 a month, then i switched to fileice like probably a year ago and still to this day I get a payout from sharecash every month, sometimes up to $130 in a month, and i havent uploaded a single thing to the account in probably a year. I wouldn't go as far as saying you could making a living out of it, but its nice side income, for only a couple hours a month I get a nice bonus at the end of each month to spend on myself or reinvest in something.
    anyways goodluk to u guyz,