Uploaded and seeded new torrent, not seeding much anymore?
Basically title. I'm trying to fix my ratio and uploaded several new torrents successfully but even though there are several peers downloading, I'm getting very little activity.
Is there a way to make better speed? Using qBittorent if that matters.
ianfontinell last edited by
With torrenting there's no seeding queue or anything of the sorts, there's no taking turns on who's gonna be seeding to incoming peers. Something that plays a big role though is your connection speed. There will always be a preference for the uploader with the best avaiable connection, even if that uploader have already contributed well enough.
Uploading new torrents is nice for that guaranteed boost, if you upload a 10GB torrent you're a hundred percent sure you're getting at least 10GB added to your ratio. Unfortunately uploading new torrents is not the best way to keep actively seeding since those torrents will only have a little spike in popularity during the first hours/day and then it'll become just another fish in the sea. And as leechers become seeders your likelyhood to stay actively uploading decreases.
Best way to work your ratio is by downloading torrents that always have a considerable demand, such as famous models and torrents from the main page.
Other things you can try is uploading videos from said models or even consider freeleeching your own torrents to get them back in people's sight.
john32123666 last edited by
Is there a way to make better speed?
NO ... it relies on your bandwidth ...
In computing, bandwidth is the maximum rate of data transfer across a given path. Bandwidth may be characterized as network bandwidth, data bandwidth, or digital bandwidth.
Upload only ONE NEW TORRENT AT A TIME in order to initially seed your upload as fast as possible. If multiple torrents are uploaded, they MUST be completed within 24 hours.